The convention centre is located atypically in a former auto showroom. Even though the space was defined by the massive load-bearing structure, it was necessary to ensure the flexibility of user scenarios – either having three smaller lecture rooms, one large lecture room, or a maximum open space, intended for events. We have met these requirements by using two elements: a reflective, technical, folding wall and a printed, corrugated curtain. The various layout combinations of these two elements allow for different ambient conditions.
The space was designed gallery-like, in neutral white and features the work of artist Jure Markota. The curtain and the floor serve as a canvas for the artist\’s graphic titled “The Doodle”. The main motives of the graphic’s design were everyday sketches, which are usually made when their creator is not aware. Usually, these are quick and easy drawings that appear on the edges of notebooks, scraps of paper, etc. The composition of the graphic consists of drawings from random authors. As a result, the curtain graphics offer the viewer an interesting look into the unconscious creation, which humorously addresses and enriches space and time.