House 6 is a minimalist residence located in Lake Bohinj, Slovenia, designed by Skupaj Arhitekti. The house is erected in place of a former car repair workshop. The roof ridge of the new house rotated 90 degrees from the original. It runs rectangularly to the steep hillside in order to make the most of both sunny warmth and spectacular views. There were some agreements reached with the Slovenian Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage who take care of heritage protection in urban and rural settings and of architecture preservation in old Alpine villages. The authority allowed the change based on the explanation that the village has been naturally-generated and developed throughout the history following the logic of individual micro-locations.