Slovak developer launches green offices project

Slovak developer Corwin has broken ground on Vilharia, a €100 million office complex next to Ljubljana's central train station which it says will set the standard for sustainable and technologically-advanced construction in the country.

Situated in a brownfield site between the train station and Vilharjeva Street, the five-storey building spanning nearly 40,000 square metres is slated for completion in 2025.

Designed by Danish architecture studio Schmidt Hammer Lassen and Slovenian engineering firm Elea iC, the complex will feature green roofs.

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