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Projects of ENOTA

ENOTA was founded in 1998 with the ambition to create contemporary and critical architectural practice of an open type based on collective approach to development of architectural and urban solutions. ENOTA’s team of architects focuses on research driven design of the environment where study of contemporary social organizations and use of new technologies are interwoven to produce innovative and effective solutions. ENOTA’s solutions are strongly influenced by research, reinterpretation and development of social, organizational and design algorithms that derive from nature. The result is always a strong binding of the buildings with the environment that surrounds them. Over the years ENOTA has been constantly developing and from its beginnings it has served as creative platform for more than fifty architects. ENOTA is led by founding partners and principal architects Dean Lah and Milan Tomac.
ENOTA’s projects vary from residential and office buildings to hospitality, cultural, leisure and sports facilities as well as public spaces. Main built works include Promenada Velenje (2014), Ptuj Performance Center (2013), Stambolžioski Dental Studio (2011), Podčetrtek Sports Hall (2010), Wellness Orhidelia (2009), Gruškovje Border Shop (2009), Ilirska Apartments (2008), Terme Tuhelj Spa Resort (2007), Jurčkova Housing (2007), Hotel Sotelia (2006), Wellness Centre Termalija (2004), NKBM Bank Branch (2002), Kraški zidar Headquarters (2002).
ENOTA’s work has been awarded many national in international architectural awards including The International Architecture Award, Architizer A+ Award, IOC/IAKS Award, The Plan Award, Plečnik Award, Piranesi Award, Golden pencil Award, Europe 40 under 40 Award, Salon of Architecture Award, Interior of the Year Award and has been shortlisted in Mies van der Rohe Award couple of times.
ENOTA’s work was presented in wide range of international architectural and broad interest publications all over the world and has been presented in number of exhibitions.