A detached house was built in 2016 using a unique technology and modern building materials.
It consists of three floors — a basement and two above-ground floors. The area of each is 100 m². On the second floor there is a large terrace with a pool.
It is one of the most energy efficient buildings in Slovenia. All walls are treated with clay, so the house does not require mechanical ventilation. The air in it always has a humidity level of 55%, regardless of external weather conditions.
The house also features a high level of comfort and exceptional design. In the design and construction, environmental materials were used — steel, brick, concrete and wood, in those places where the effectiveness of each of the listed materials is maximum. The thickness of the floor and walls of the first floor is 77 cm, the basement is 92 cm.
Heating — floor heating from a heat pump.
The facade and roof are designed with an air cushion 15 cm thick, air circulates throughout the building. The last layer of the facade is made of Blue velvet facade brick.
Own solar power station generates more energy than the house consumes. Thanks to the additional insulation and wall thickness, there are virtually no heating costs.
Location and nearby infrastructure
The house is located in an elite area at the foot of Pohorje, just a few minutes walk from footpaths and recreation centers. Pohorje is the largest oxygen generator in Slovenia, and also provides endless possibilities for summer and winter holidays. The ski resort with the longest night slopes in Europe is in the immediate vicinity, and the main view from the house is focused on it.
In close proximity are also shopping centers, a university, a theater, a business center, the largest wine cellar in Central Europe, the oldest vine in the world. Maribor has a favorable geographical location, which provides convenient access to cities such as Ljubljana, Graz, Salzburg, Vienna, Zagreb, Budapest.