Located in Groleger arhitekti, Villa Castle was designed by Ljubljana, Slovenia. The previous building hosted under its roof in 1924 was ?ernigoj School of Architecture (The painter Avgust ?ernigoj (1898 – 1985) attended the Bauhaus school in Weimar and became interested in Constructivism). This heritage catalyzed the idea of the “living cell”, inspired by the principles of Constructivism and their application on our post-post modern time.
Like the large and small salon in the school, the main space in the building is a huge and bright room usable as living room, bedroom, cabinet, containing movable walls or screens. The bedrooms are designed as little salons oriented towards the hill connected with the big salon by a few stairs.