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High up the Julian Alps, in the mountains of Slovenia, Premica Architects have turned a former World War 1 bunker into a shelter for mountaineers. In another part of the country, a beautiful shelter replaces a 50-year-old refuge with a dramatic design and panoramic views.
Anže Čokl, a dedicated alpinist and climbing instructor, spends around 100 days in the mountains every year and thus knows plenty about both.
We spoke to Anže about these two wonderful shelters, the fantastic (and very modern) design of each, and what we can expect when we visit (because we just have to visit!).
Tell us more about the shelters. How did you first hea…