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Refurbishment of the Forester’s House in Vyšná Boca

Location: Vyšná Boca 179/1, Slovakia Design Team: Štefan Polakovic, Lukáš Kordík, Jana Benková Project Year: 2012 /study jan-march 2012, reconstruction jun – dec 2012 Photography: Lukáš Kordík, Gut Gut Vyšná Boca is a former mining village set in Studená Valley below Čertovica. The native Boca residents form today a small minority amongst the cottagers, and Read More

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IST – Family House

Location: Čunovo, Slovakia Architects: Peter Jurkovič, Lukáš Kordík, Števo Polakovič Studio: JRKVC Area: 85 sqm Completion: 2013 Budget: € 85.000 Photographs: Peter Jurkovič There are certain principles encoded in traditional folk architecture, verified by ages and still relevant. Especially in the context of the need to reduce our ecological footprint and energy waste. Bigger is Read More

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Loft in Bratislava

Location: Bratislava, Slovakia Architecture office: RULES architects Architects: Rudolf Lesnak, Tomas Huliman, Matej Kollar Built area: 95 sqm Project year: 2015 Photographs: Peter Cintalan The interior of the three room loft has been designed to underline the main advantages of lofts – ease, casualness and space. Visible elements of the steel structure of the roof add Read More

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Phoenix Zeppelin Headquarters Banská Bystrica

Project Team: Branislav Hovorka, Štefan Moravčík, Martin Paulíny   ­ Client: Phoenix Zeppelin, spol. s r.o.   Site area: 25.268 sqm   Built-up area: 1.385sqm   Area of main building: 2.716 sqm   Realization: 2010   Photographer: Branislav Hovorka The Phoenix Zeppelin Headquarters is a hybrid building comprising diverse uses of offices/administration and services/repair centre with warehousing and technical areas located between Read More

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Family Residence House on the Slope Site in Košice

Location:Košice, SK Year:project 1998-2000, realization 2001-2008 Client :private person Size:390 m2 Colaboration: Kateřina Horáková, Norbert Gáfrik Main constructor and collaborator: Ivan Kažimír Family residence on the slope site in Kosice, eastern Slovakia. The house is situated on north-east slope of the Suchá dolina (dry valley), in natural context. The concept of the house is the Read More

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Family House in Orava

Architects: A.LT architekti (Peter Lacko, Filip Tittelbach, Anna Eiseltova) Structural engineer: Radek Müller Project year: 2010-2012 Location: Orava, Slovakia Photographer: Tomas Rasl The main aim of architects was to build a house, which form and detailing derives from the traditional regional architecture, so that the house could become an integrated part of the surroundings. At Read More

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