Enota Architects

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Enota Architects
http://www.enota.si
enota@enota.si
Nazorjeva ulica 6a, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 438 6740
Fax386 (0) 1 438 6745
RegionSI-1
Dean Lah, Partner
dejan.lah@enota.si
Milan Tomac, Partner
milan.tomac@enota.si
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Enota ("Unit") was founded in Ljubljana in December 1998 by Aljoša Dekleva, Dean Lah and Milan Tomac. Aljoša Dekleva left the company in 2003 to set up Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti, but the firm continued to grow and has since served as a platform for over 50 architects. It is currently headed by Dean Lah and Milan Tomac.

Enota's research-driven approach aims to produce innovative solutions adapted to a world that is constantly changing. Using the newest available technology, its members seek to transcend the narrow boundaries of their traditional disciplines.

Projects

Enota has positioned itself at the cutting edge of hotel and hospitality design in Slovenia and abroad, receiving a number of awards and features in the international architectural and speciality press for their designs. The firm's long-term cooperation with the Olimia Hotel and Spa in Podčetrtek, Slovenia, for example, has produced the Sotelia Hotel (2006), for which it received the Plečnik Award, Golden Pencil Award and Piranesi Award); the Orhidelia wellness facility (2009), which landed the firm another Golden Pencil Award; and the Termalija family wellness centre (2018). Besides awards for general architecture and design, these and similar projects have also received a number of international awards and accolades for hotel and spa design.

The firm has also met with success in other fields: the Jurčkova residential housing units in Ljubljana (2007) and the renovation of the Dominican Monastery at Ptuj into a performing arts centre (2015) both resulted in the most prestigious honours available to Slovenian architects.

Recently the firm has also become active in the design of municipal spaces, applying its innovative approach to parks and public spaces in Koper, Velenje and the small village of Skorba.

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