OFFICE BUILDING IMPAKTA is a modern business building located in the very center of Ljubljana on Gosposvetska Road. It is in the immediate vicinity of banks, state institutions, court palace, city shopping zone, and major city hotels.
It was renovated according to planes of a famous Slovenian architect Prof. Jurij KOBE, Ph.D. Today, it enables a high standard of residence and professional work. It has modernly renovated office space in five floors and a terrace unit on the sixth floor. The user of the building is the Ljubljana Local Court – Central Department for Authentic Documents.

On the ground floor, a prestigious hall is arranged. It is intended for the visitors. It has a reception and a dispatch center, and service rooms. Floorings are made of granite. The details are in green marble which creates a representative impression together with classical seating furniture.The basement floor enables the arrangement of archives or a handy storage. The remaining floors are office business space. A typical design of an individual floor represents nine offices of various sizes with a tea kitchen, toilet facilities, office anteroom, and communication parts of the building which include elevator and staircase.

Offices are bright, air-conditioned, and modernly designed. They offer one or more working positions. The entire business space is equipped with qualitative and aesthetically formed office furniture. With regards to the modular design, it is also possible to change the ground floor easily. The building is designed so that all the floors are separated and enable regulation of independent closed units. The technical equipment enables individual management, control over the consumption of energy sources, and control over the remaining operating costs.

Parking is possible in the parking garage Kozolec which is in the immediate vicinity, app. 80 m away from the entrance to the Impakta business building



Ground plan

Technical description

End-out marker of the building is K+P+6. The building was built in 1950 and adapted in 1986 and reconstructed between 1996 and 1998. The reconstruction was made according to the plan of the famous Slovenian architect Prof. Jurij KOBE, Ph.D., and represents the entire renovation of the building with the construction of a new, the sixth floor (offices + terrace).The belt foundations are made of reinforced concrete. The supporting structure of the building is skeleton made of reinforced concrete with the supporting intermediate brick walls. Partition walls were delivered from Italy and were constructed in metal (aluminum) with glass coatings and chipboards in the offices and plasterboards in toilet facilities. With regards to the modular design, it is also possible to change the ground plan of individual rooms easily. A part of partition walls between the offices from the first to the fifth floor is represented by the wooden office closets. The roof is flat metallic and wooden with light slope, partially covered with sheet metal, partially with rubble. There is a glass roof over the terrace. The drainage of rain waters is through the external and internal draining channels. The façade to the roadside is coated with the plates made of REPEN stone. The façade to the backyard side is additionally thermally insulated and classically plastered with Terranovaplaster.

Floorings on the ground floor, staircase, and toilet facilities are constructed of granite. Staircases and corridors are coated with green marble of the Verde Imperiale type. Thus, the outlook of business space has a prestigious appearance. In the offices, there is classic lacquered ashparquet. The walls are plastered classically and painted and also are the ceilings from the ground floor to the fifth floor. On the sixth floor, the ceilings are fabricated and coated with the Armstrong plates.

The windows on the roadside are made of PVC. In the staircase, windows are made of aluminum and wooden in the offices on the backyard side. The glazing is double thermopane. The windows on the backyard side are equipped with external aluminum Venetian blinds with manual regulation. Windows on the roadside have internal vertical blinds. The building is connected to the water supply, sewerage, electric, heating, telephone, and internet network. The cooling of rooms is designed through their own central air-conditioning (on the roof). The heating is designed through installation to remote heating (Energetika) and installed to all the offices to parapet convectors and through the wall radiators in the toilet facilities. The technology enables individual management of building and control over the use of energy sources and other operating costs.

Interior installations represent electric 240 V network with two connectors per working position and telephone and computer network made of UTP cables with connectors for every working position. The building has a network of fire sensors with their own central and signaltransmission to the security service. The anti-burglary device is also installed with the sensors on every floor and with the connection to the control center. In accordance with the regulations, the elevator is connected with the rescue center through verbal communication. To enter the building, there is a double automatic sliding door. It is possible to enter the floors through the staircase or the elevator for 6 persons.