The object is set next to a regional road Ljubljana-Trst on the axle of entrance to a railway station. Complex design of a building is based on consistently executed roof, continuous reinforced concrete slabe, which gradually thins out in a direction of a console. The tectonic effect reduces the supporting concrete frame, whose vertical sides are under a slight angle with respect to the plane of the roof and the ground. The roof slab extends asymmetrically to the east and forms an entrance hall with a stone wall (protection against the bora wind). The petrol station was demolished in 2000.
Sežana Gas Station
1 of 1 Evidenca in valorizacija objektov slovenske moderne arhitekture med leti 1945-70
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