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housing brdo F6

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5 apartment buildings,  total 30 apartments
address: Ježkova ulica, Ljubljana
client: Housing Fund Republic of Slovenia
total floor area: 7375 m2

project: 2005 – 2015
built: 2015 – 2017

Bevk Perović project team:
Matija Bevk
Vasa J. Perović
Davorin Počivašek
Maja Valič

photo: Miran Kambič

Zone F6 lies in the forest and adapts to the terrain. Independent dwellings/houses are assembled into objects of height B+GF+1+T. The 11m wide objects are designed as strings of independent units – houses, which are connected in one, uniformly designed object. There are two versions, each of them adjusts to its specific location in a sloping terrain.

‘House on the house’ is a typology, with two units, one on top of the other, thus obtaining very different, specific qualities. The first one is at level 0 and level -1. The wide facade of the unit (10m) provides views and a free flexible floorplan. The second duplex unit is located at level 1, and has the properties of the atrium house. It has a large terrace-garden towards which it is oriented.

‘House next to a house’ is a minimal-house typology, which is dug into the terrain with the ground-floor. The groundfloor contains the parking and the entrance. Living spaces are organized in the first level, while the bedrooms are on the second and terrace level.

Both typologies develop around a common road that functions as a green and a quiet access.