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Self-sufficient wooden living unit

The self-sufficient wooden living unit is a modular unit designed for various temporary needs. It can be used as a holiday unit, tree house or as a bivouac intended for short-term stays for research, tourism and hiking purposes. As a vertical sculpture the unit served as a temporary library at the Ljubljana Castle. With its size allows for different modes of transport. It consists of one module with a floor area of 4.50 m x 2.50 m and a height of 2.70 m. One unit can provide accommodation for two or three persons (with a kitchen, bathroom, a bed and seating). Alternatively, the units can be stacked horizontally or vertically, upgrading the object to a twin unit, a triple unit, and so on. The construction is made of wood, reinforced with plywood on both sides. It can be screwed into the ground with screws or anchors or it can have portable concrete squares as the foundation.

With its furnishings as well as its construction and façade, the building, constructed in cooperation with the architectural bureau Ofis arhitekti, promotes Slovenian woodworking and the traditional skills of the wood industry and carpentry.

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Beneficiary: Permiz d.o.o.

Programme: Operational Programme for the Implementation of the EU Cohesion Policy in the Period 2014-2020

Fund: European Regional Development Fund

Project funding: EUR 197,795

EU contribution: EUR 197,795


Photo: Permiz d.o.o.