A lucid renovation of one of the cult atrium houses in the Murgle neighbourhood designed by architects France and Marta Ivanšek. Size is the only weakness of this house, so RIBA architects visually enlarged the space by removing the ceiling to the visible roof above the dining room, and highlighted the “loft” between the intimate atrium and the street-oriented kitchen with a 13-meter long countertop. A restrained palette of colors and materials is freshened up with carefully designed metal details – a black hood, ladders and a fireplace.
Authors: RIBA, Rupnik in Brodar arhitekti d.o.o.; Janja Brodar, Goran Rupnik, Manica Lavrenčič
Photo: Janez Marolt
Year of completion: 2017
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
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