Podcetrtek Traffic Circle Design by ENOTA


ENOTA have designed the Podcetrtek Traffic Circle situated in Slovenia. The Podcetrtek Traffic Circle is built over a regional roads stationed in between the municipal athletics hall with open-air athletics argument on one part along with a spa center with countless swimming pools and accommodations on one another side.

It is primarily intended to decelerate the targeted customers on this consequently very hectic area because the primary accesses to each complexes also connect with all the traffic circle.

The pattern and style around the roundabout’s middle island so recommendations the physical looks of together facilities and signifies the entry details towards the destinations around the visitors to either from the programme centers.


The large, dark concrete periods allude for the design the monolithic quantity on the sports hall. The play of light on the irregular arrangement with the factors forms a composition of surfaces, which corresponds towards appearance on the hall’s folded volume.

The structure in the inner portion in the roundabout like a whole suggests a tectonic shift somewhere beneath the Earth’s surface area having caused the highway surface to bloat and belched out the substantial blocks. In blend with the water, which sporadically rises towards surface between the clefts, it’s fairly reminiscent of geyser-strewn basalt strata, its appearance as a result also evoking the spa intricate.



Architects: ENOTA
Project team: Dean Lah, Milan Tomac, Alja Cerne, Tjaz Bauer

Photography: Miran Kambic

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