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Architecture by HAFNER ARHITEKTI seen at Private Residence, Domžale - SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE
Architecture by HAFNER ARHITEKTI seen at Private Residence, Domžale - SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE


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House is located 10 km from the capital city of Slovenia, Ljubljana, in the green area of Domžale by the river Kamniška Bistrica. The privilege is location with quick access to the capital, which takes only 15 minutes by car, and at the same time a quick retreat to privacy and nature. Location is surrounded by the Julian Alps, bordering neighboring Austria in Italy, and offers beautiful trips to nature and mountains.

House has large glass surfaces of panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows that open and allow connection between indoor and outdoor space. Building is designed in reinforced concrete, which allows modern construction of a large spans without supporting with large window openings in the canopy, terraces, eaves, which protect house from weather and sun in summer days. House flirts with adjacent buildings in creating a mutual dialogue of the gabled roof in the created continuity of identity teer and coherence of space.

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Life among orchards

In an age of global capitalism, fast life, lack of privacy and time, and indirectly the visual shrinkage of the earth with ever-increasing population and urbanization, the design of a house, where living spaces are integrated with an outdoor garden is in a today's world a luxury for every individual and his family life.

House between orchards is designed with individual green gardens formed around it, which are connected to each room: living room has a living atrium, dining room and kitchen have a dining atrium, office has a working atrium and bedrooms are among the treetops. All rooms of the house thus become part of the outdoor space and nature and vice versa. Natural and indoor spaces are intertwined. The house grows synchronously from nature and its surroundings and becomes a part of it.

Higher Lecturer, Benjamin Hafner, u.d.i.a.

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