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OFIS arhitekti | Mini loft

Interiors Ofis arhitekti | Mini loft

The apartment is a small 30 sqm cell in which the task was to organise a living space for a single male person.

The most important task was to create a living room as large as possible with additional service spaces – entrance, kitchenette, workspace, bathroom, bedroom, audio & video space – all in 30 m2.

The size of the services is reduced to the minimum. They are displaced around the main room and form a sort of enclosed cupboard. Sliding doors are made of semi-transparent Perspex (polymethil metacrilate) with a blurry print..

During the daytime the envelope appears as a totally opaque, solid wall. At night the envelope becomes a bright light box, creating a nocturnal city lights atmosphere.

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Architect: OFIS arhitekti
Design team: Rok Oman, Spela Videcnik
Budget: 7,500 € (renovation) | 7,500 € (furniture)
Project year: 2003
Surface area: 30 sqm
Photographer: Tomaz Gregoric

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