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Famous Slovenian architectural office Dekleva Gregorič architects designed cabins for Katus.eu!

Cultural Space of European Space Technologies by Dekleva Gregorič architects together with Bevk Perović architects, OFIS architects and Sadar + Vuga architects. Photograph Tomaz Gregorič
Katus.eu is proud to announce the cooperation with well-known Slovenian architectural office Dekleva Gregorič. Architects have proposed 3 cabins with distinctive design ment to be used  as small living unit, summer house, home office or sauna.

“Dekleva Gregorič is a firm whose individual buildings vary considerably in appearance, because with their conceptually developed projects the architects from Ljubljana respond in a special way to the respective context.” chief editor Christian Schittich in DETAIL 05/2015

All 3 cabins will be produced as a whole spacial units, are easy to transport and need only lightweight basement or just some supporting stones under constructions. 3 different size designs vary in functionality, but have all elaborate plans and terraces towards the sun.



Monohouse - M - 20m² is designed according to new Swedish building regulations* and does not need a building permission. The whole living, cooking, dining and sleeping area is one big space that can adapt to your own needs.



The smallest of three designs, Monohouse - S – 14 m² is able to accommodate different functions.



The most spacious one, Monohouse - L - 25m² has space for two double beds and could accommodate up to 4 persons. However, the design enables for a completely empty unit as well, to be used as a shell of any desirable programme of future users.


You can check out all the cabins designed by Dekleva Gregorič right here.



About Dekleva Gregorič architects:

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XXS house, photograph Matevz Paternoster


The work of Dekleva Gregorič architects first received international attention with XXS house and was awarded the Silver Plate, European Architecture Award Luigi Cosenza, in 2004, and the WALLPAPER* award, Best breakthrough designers, in 2005. In 2009.

Metal recycling plant, photograph Matevz Paternoster


The Metal recycling plant ODPAD was nominated and shortlisted for the Mies van den Rohe Award 2009, was awarded at the International Architecture Awards 2009, and won Plečnik’s Medal prize in Slovenia among others. In 2009 they also won the international 40 under 40 award from the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.

Clifftop house in Maui, photograph Cristobal Palma


In 2012 the Clifftop house on Maui received 2nd place at the AIT awards, in the Luxury Living category, and at the International Architecture Awards 2012. The same year the office was selected for a Highly Commended group of practices for ’21 for 21′ WAN AWARDS 2012 – searching for “21 architects for the 21st Century. The initiative aims to highlight 21 architects who could be the leading lights of architecture in the 21st Century; outstanding, forward-thinking people and organisations who have the demonstrable potential to be the next big thing in the architectural world.”

Cultural Space of European Space Technologies, photograph Tomaz Gregorič


Two of their projects, Housing Perovo and KSEVT (Cultural Centre of EU Space Technologies), were nominated for the Mies van den Rohe Award 2013. Recently, their latest finalized project: Compact Karst House, has been nominated for the Mies van den Rohe Award 2015.



*You can check out the original version Swedish building regulations in Swedish here, but as the text is not yet translated into english, you could get an idea of the content checing this rough translated version (by google translator) here.