Idrija is a historical town in western Slovenia. Since the 16th century it was the center of mercury mining and lace-making..
Elements of both traditions are present in the new design of the renovated hotel hall that has been unused for the last 20 years.
Overscalled lace pattern folds between two opposite walls and the ceiling.
The main design element in the space is the ‘scaled up’ lace pattern that is usually pinned on the special pillow. lan and section
Each custom-made table showcases a handmade Idria bobbin lace cast in resin.
location: IDRIJA, SLOVENIA
type: PRIVATE COMMISSION