The entry point to the world of Nika Zupanc is a tiny house driven by toy-like windmills on the outside and “a big bang of connotations” inside.
“A frame for her gallery and a prism for readings of her work – is also a metaphorical structure. The Wind Pavilion stands as an icon evoking a sense for nature. With it, Nika Zupanc embraces the issue of responsibility by introducing the elegance and poetry of creative expression into predominately technical solutions.”
The way the black satin bow pops off the bent wood is just stunning.
As she describes it. “In a world of demanding circumstances, this is a noble move. In spaces hungry for some identity, a discreet black ribbon comes as a pleasurably stimulating theme.”