House D by Bevk Perovic Architects

The House D, designed by Bevk Perovic Architects, is located in a prestigious neighborhood of the center of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The concept of the house was defined by the program required by the clients with a specific lifestyle. The couple wanted a house with one living room, one bedroom and a gymnasium. Despite the simplicity of the brief, the task was complex: too much program demanded for a relatively small plot of land. A large part of the house is therefore hidden in the ground Read more [...]
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House R by Bevk Perovic Architekti

Bevk Perovic Architekti designed this cottage that combines a contemporary style inspired by traditional forms with the typical alpine house. The house has an external wooden skin with sliding panels that reveal large and small openings to maximize the entry of natural light. The minimal white interior has a central staircase that connects the three levels. Via Arkinetia Read more [...]
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House H by Bevk Perovic Arhitekti

Bevk Perovic Arhitekti designed the extension for the House H, located in a residential neighborhood of Rozna, Slovenia. The new pavilion is an extra living room which works as a mediator between the house and the garden. Distanced from the house and raised from the ground, it works as a space “in between” that floats above the ground despite the heavy concrete structure. The broken roof is dictated by the views opening to the greenery outside. The structure of polished white concrete appears Read more [...]
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House HB by Bevk Perovic Arhitekti

The house HB, designed by Bevk Perovic Arhitekti, is a redefinition of a specific form of Slovene traditional house, of low and elongated rural typology. The house appears like a transparent object rising from the ground, merging with the landscape. The roof and side facades are clad in the same material, aluminium plates, which merge the surface together, leaving the house smooth, without any ornamental details. The intimate areas of the house, including bedrooms and library, are sunken Read more [...]
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