Heritage Sites

Giser House / Idrija, Slovenia

The Giser House is a typical example of a traditional Idrija miners’ house – an endangered housing typology that developed at the end of the 18th century in this former oldest Slovenian mining town. Within the project, ID20 will re-interpret the cultural history through a gastronomic-theatre play that will take participants to former time of Giser house with actors, tastes and stories.

Herculane Baths / Herculane, Romania

The building was built between 1883 and 1886, according to the plans of the Hungarian architect Alpár Ignat, following a national architectural competition organized by the Ministry of Finance. 7 projects were submitted within the competition. The project consisted of the following spaces: 70 treatment bathtubs, 10 stone baths, 2 saunas, 2 inhalation rooms, waiting room, wardrobe. In total, about 100 people can receive concomitant treatment.

Lutheran Church / Kameňany, Slovakia

The church, originally dedicated to the Hungarian king St. Ladislaus, was built on the small ridge in the centre of the village in the middle of the 13th century, and it has Romanesque foundations. The fresco paintings in the church are from the first half of the 14th century and from the 15th century. Surroundings of the church are a case study for Project RE: - to enhance genius loci and cooperate with the local community.