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Forma Vila’s low-maintenance metal facade is inspired by local iron-making tradition in Slovenia

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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified Apr 20, 2016

The house is located in a small Alpine town close to the Slovenian-Austrian border. It sits on a hill top only a hundred meters away from nearby iron sculptures scattered all over town and transforming it into a large outdoor gallery. The architects used brick, timber and locally sourced stone, with a copper-zinc facade that requires very little maintenance. Related: Compact Karst House offers a contemporary twist on classic countryside living in Slovenia Inside, a large lobby dominates...






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