A Loft in Slovenia With Inside Windows Letting for Natural Light

Marasovic Arhitekti just lately concluded a renovation of a very first floor apartment in the centre of Koper, Slovenia. Apartment v2 is positioned in a historical property that housed a noble relatives prior to Entire world War II, and afterwards it was damaged up into apartments. Just one of the popular specifics of the place was the double peak ceiling, which available the architects lots of prospects in the course of the style and design process. The worries they confronted were the minimal amount of home windows (only three) and the consumer requiring a multitude of spaces inside of the 100 square meters, like a significant residing place, a bed room, an office that can also be another bed room, rest room, a storage room and utility room.

To realize the concluded success, the architects built a next facade with two levels driving it. The double top space includes an open living home, eating area and kitchen area, while the reduce flooring at the rear of the facade houses the office at the rear of floor-to-ceiling windows, a hallway (also behind glass) that sales opportunities to the utility space, rest room, closet and stairwell to the second ground bed room. Upstairs, driving a matching set of glass panels, is the bedroom. The glass fronts enable all-natural mild to the back of the condominium, opposite the a few home windows, as nicely as sights of the key avenue.

Black aspects and furnishings pop towards the stark white partitions and pale wood components. The minimalist kitchen capabilities matte black cabinets for the lowers and a complementary open up shelf over, with a Ferm Living dining table paired with matching Nemea chairs by Pedrali.

In the bedroom, the black-framed windows open up for airflow, but can be blocked out with two layers of curtains for privacy and darkness when necessary.

Photos by Bla┼ż Skorjanc.