Întregul concept al pensiunii are rolul de a simplifica lucrurile pentru a ajunge la esențial.
Own bathroom with a shower stall
Towels and toiletries
Business facilities (photocopier and scanner)
First we opened our eyes and ears to the stories and traditions of the Gorj area, particularly those of Baia de Fier. The FLYING room is on the ground floor of the boarding house and represents the continuation of the Potters’ House story – a story of leaving the nest and the importance of one’s roots.
The detail on the wardrobe is inspired by traditional 1800s dowry chests from Baia de Fier. The rhombus and the angles comprising it are symbols that represent flight, the harmony of masculine and feminine, and earth. The rhombus is one of the most sewn motifs on Romanian dress.
The FLIGHT room also includes the little “Roots and Wings” bench, whose story originates in a quote from a book: “Good parents give their children roots and wings.” The furniture is sculpted, notched or painted and was specially designed for Potters’ House. It was also included in an unusual exhibition held at the Cantacuzino Castle.
Same as the EARTH bedroom, the story of the FLYING room invites you to reflect on roots and origins.
FLIGHT room – 26 m2
Located on the ground floor
Furniture and concept: ȘEZI
Joinery: Wooden Doors Internațional
Dulapul este sculptat, cu valuri și soare, exprimând ritm și mișcarea apei. Modelul este preluat de pe ancadramentul ușii de intrare într-o biserică din Băița. Simbolurile de pe dulap sunt repetate pe pat, măsuță și ușă. Valurile mereu reluate, într-un ritm egal, înseamnă respirare, puls, curgere, rostogolire a clipelor prin istorie.