Other than the fact that I like a country house, I can’t think of anything I’d want to spend my money on.
It takes inspiration in the nature of Slovenia where the sea, the mountains and the air create a complete natural setting.
Cubo Village homes are life spaces with thoughtful design aimed at balancing all elements precisely leaving no room for excessiveness.
The close focus on details, the advanced technologies, the premium class services and the harmonious natural surroundings create the measure of perfection embodied in Cubo Village.
The location of first-class villas next to the Diners CUBO golf course Ljubljana gives them prestige and uniqueness.
Cubo Village is situated in Smlednik village, at the foot of mount Smarna gora. Its location is perfect to enjoy the benefits of life in Slovenia with its excellent ecology and untouched nature. Mornings in Smlednik start with a birdsong, and afternoons are the right time for hiking in the oak and beech woods of Smarna gora, relaxing in the garden or practicing sports.
Cubo Village is located in close proximity to the developed part Smlednik occupying part of the territory of Diners Ljubljana, the most modern-equipped private golf course in Slovenia offering high-end sporting and leisure opportunities. At the same time, Ljubljana with its rich cultural life and its many business and shopping options is merely a 15-minute drive away.
The architecture of Cubo Village is based on the principle of harmonious connection between the nature and the internal space of the house. This is achieved by combining and mutual overflowing of terraces and the interior at different levels. For instance, the summer terrace by the pool, comprising a dining area and a barbecue facility, is a natural extension of the kitchen and the dining hall. The open space of the garden is subtly arranged with light wooden structures and a maze, dividing it into functional areas without disturbing its wholesomeness and its connection with the surroundings.
The individual approach to the exterior makes it possible for every house to have its very own outlook by applying a combination of wood, natural stone and glass, which accents the openness of the structure to the environment.