Friday, November 26, 2010

Bank Interior | NKBM Bank | Ljubljana, Slovenia | Designed By Enota

The interior design project for the NKBM Bank branch utilises a territorializing system that was developed as a set of basic functional elements. They regulate the spatial ratio between customer and employee areas and provide private spaces for banking discussion.The conventional vertical screen mutated into a deformed glass shell of a complex geometry in order to provide optimal spatial ergonomics in a limited amount of space. Using a computer modeling algorithm, the geometry was triangulated in order to simplify production. Glass triangles are locally assembled with steel clips, which enable angle adjustments for individual fixation. Glass shells are a self-supporting system that doesn't require additional structure.Variable opacity is provided with a geometrical print of three different densities on the inside of the shell; organic patterns on the exterior visually unify the screen set....more

project: NKBM bank branch
type: commission
year: 2001
status: completed 2002
size: 1.150 M2
budget: 990.000 EUR
client: Nova KBM
location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
architecture: enota
project team: Dean Lah, Milan Tomac, Anže Zalaznik, Jure Kocuvan
structural engineering: G-biro Gečev
mechanical services: Biro ES
electrical planning: Biro ES

photo: Blaž Budja


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