Extra-extra small house is a house that built in very limited space and budget, designed by Aljoša Dekleva, Tina Gregorič the house situated in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This house has only 43 square meters (sqm) area with a two story consist of a living room, kitchen and dining room combo, bathroom and two bedroom on the second floor. The staircase design is look very interesting, a tiny aluminum staircase selected to save the space, excellent staircase design for very small house like this. Since the house faces north, it was a challenge to bring the direct and in-direct sunlight to the living spaces in the ground floor. The heritage protection rules allow light shafts on the roofs, but in this case we turned them towards the sky. This major alternation of the volume open up completely new attic space suitable for use. A huge wall size slide window opens up the space to the intimate atrium and allows for indirect lighting. The selection of the façade materials and detailing established the desired service appearance of the house. The concept of raw materials stretches from exterior to interior – using fiber cement panels in their primer mode for the roof and yard façade and ‘béton brut’, terrazzo, plywood, iron, felt for the indoor.
photos by: Matevž Paternoster