The expansion proposed by the architecture firm Enota for the Hotel Ribno is an insightful solution that preserves the integrity of the existing hotel/forest atmosphere. Located in a coniferous landscape in Bled, Slovenia, the expansion is fragmented into pointed segments inspired by the surrounding trees. It is clad in shingles, historically typical roofing in the Upper Carniola region, while the fences and visual blocks of the balconies are drawn from typical Slovene hayracks. In order to maintain privacy for guests of both the old and the new Ribno, the room openings of the expansion are angled away from areas currently in use. Above ground the original hotel and the expansion appear separate, a classic building with a modern thicket of trees next to it. Underground, however, the two are united by a wellness center, congress center, and parking services.