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A house from the last century adapted for modern life

Built in Slovenia in the early 1900s, the house was renovated by a2o2 arhitekti with a focus on preservation and sustainability.

The building’s outer shell was preserved, while the owners renovated the windows with the help of a restorer. The transformations were carefully highlighted: the stripped-down interiors meet elements that maintain the spirit of the old house, creating a harmonious effect. There are no superfluous details, but a new floor has been added to the house, providing space for the bedroom. The kitchen and dining room are on the lower level, as well as the living room, equipped with a fireplace.

Photos: Ana Skobe

Source: ArchDaily

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