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Ljubljana practice Bevk Perovic Architects have completed a residence called House D in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The house includes an underground gymnasium including a sauna, swimming pool and music room, lit by three atria.
Terraces on the ground and first floors are equal in size to the rooms from which they extend.
Photographs by Miran Kambič.
Here are some more details form the architects:
House D, Ljubljana, Slovenia
bevk perović arhitekti
House D is located the prestigious neighbourhood of single family
houses in the vicinity of the centre of Ljubljana. Its concept was
defined by the programme required by clients with a specific lifestyle.
A couple without children wanted a house with one living room, one
bedroom and a gymnasium. But, despite the simplicity of the brief, the
task was complex - there was too much programme demanded for a
relatively small plot of land. A large part of the house is therefore
hidden in the ground forming an introvert world secluded from the
surroundings. Each floor of the house offers a different level of
privacy and relation to the outside space.
The underground gymnasium, containing working space, fitness, sauna,
swimming pool, music room and three atriums, forms a vast base of the
house which covers almost the entire plot. It is punctuated by atriums
establishing continuous relationship between interior and exterior
spaces. The rooms and swiming pool are framed by glass walls which
enable the natural light to enter the spaces.
The living room with reception area, open kitchen and dining area
inhabits the first floor and continues over the external terraces which
double the space. The walk around planted atriums which appear as small
gardens offers glimpses of the world below. Terrace overlooks the
neighbouring wild green area protected and owned by the city, which
becomes the extended ‘visual’ garden of the house.
Another smooth transition between inside and outside is on the upper
floor where bedroom with integrated bathroom facilities continues onto
the terrace of the same size as the room. This terrace offers a broader
view, an orientation towards the city and the neighborhood.
The house is organized as a series of carefully planned spatial
sequences starting with a front garden. This garden is open, not fenced
off as the gardens in the neighborhood, and forms an almost semi public
area which simultaneously belongs to the street and the house.
The polished concrete exterior platform - a kind of treshhold -
leads to the shallow stairs leading to the living room level. There is
a smooth system of circulation within different fields of activity in
the house which are also stressed by different use of materials.
Terrazzo floors mark more public areas while the private ones have
wooden floors in douglas fir.
The house is built in concrete which enabled vast spans and spaces.
The concrete has been cast on site, sanded and polished, revealing a
sedimental character of the material. The house’s outside appearance is
enigmatic, entirely different from the houses in the neighbourhood. The
closed cubic forms with a street facade made of polished concrete
reveal nothing of the luxurious world inside.
building: House D
address: Rožna dolina, SI-1000 Ljubljana
programme: private house
site area: 627,64 m2
project team: bevk perović arhitekti
Matija Bevk, Vasa J. Perović, Uršula Oitzl, Ida Sedušak
photographer: Miran Kambič
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