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Fresh ideas for house interiors

TWO exhibitions of interior design are currently running in Slovakia's capital - at the ÚĽUV Design Studio and at the Atrium House of Furniture.
The first, entitled Very Short Curl, is the project of two young textile designers, Nikoleta Píšová and Jana Havlovičová. Inspired by the traditional Finnish felt technique during their stay in Helsinki, the two artists created a collection of carpets, stools, wall decorations, and dining accessories such as bowls.

TWO exhibitions of interior design are currently running in Slovakia's capital - at the ÚĽUV Design Studio and at the Atrium House of Furniture.

The first, entitled Very Short Curl, is the project of two young textile designers, Nikoleta Píšová and Jana Havlovičová. Inspired by the traditional Finnish felt technique during their stay in Helsinki, the two artists created a collection of carpets, stools, wall decorations, and dining accessories such as bowls. The Design Studio sits at Dobrovičova 13, near Šafárikovo Square, and the exhibition runs until May 14.

The second exhibition displays the work of students and teachers of the Private Art High School in Bratislava. It features paintings, drawings, graphic works, photographs, and various interior accessories - such as curtains, pillows, and decorative handbags - until April 29. The Atrium House of Furniture is located at Einsteinova 9, in the Petržalka part of Bratislava.

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