Tetris Apartments by OFIS Arhitekti

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Slovenian architects OFIS have completed Tetris Apartments, a social housing development in Ljubljana.

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See OFIS' Hayrack Apartments in our earlier story.

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Here's a little bit of text from the architects:

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"The building stands on the edge of the 650 apartments development which was finished year ago. By urban rules the block is 3 floors high and 65 meters long. Since the orientation of the apartments is towards the car road the apartment areas together with balconies are orientated to the quieter south side."

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  • http://www.grayscalerecords.com/ Scott

    Those are gorgeous materials and clean detailing.
    I’d like to see some interior images.

  • Dan H.

    I like the idea. The result is stunning. I also checked earlier projects here…very fresh and different than current arch. scene

  • http://xxxxxxxxxx mariano moysen f

    estoy emocionado por lo que observe esto tendra futuro en mexico quiza los pueda introducir en este mercado

  • http://odtumimarlik.blogspot.com Drphibes

    amazing façades!!! but nothing more withour interior.

  • romero

    I checked the OFIS website and there are some interior shots

  • http://www.pandawill.com Ronnie

    i can’t wait to live in these

  • chase

    looks interesting but seems those windows will be getting alot of sun

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000484007310 Johann Koenitz

    Wonderful! For me its the idea of converting those poor soviet concrete-plate buildings with its self made winter-garden constructions into a nice and stand-alone apartment architecture. Anyway. Good project!

  • http://www.notebook-laptop-accessories.com/ wendy2020

    looks interesting but seems those windows will be getting alot of sun

  • http://www.androidinabox.com Androidinabox

    Who is the architect? How about the interior design of this building?

  • http://www.focuspal.com/lg-gsa-t50n-dvd-rw-dl-sata-drive.html GSA-T50N

    oh.wonderful,for me its the idea of converting those poor soviet concrete-plate buildings …thanks for sharing