The Švicarija Creative Centre, which operates as part of the International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), was established on the initiative of the Municipality of Ljubljana in 2017, after a thorough renovation of the building was completed. Originally Švicarija was a wooden guest house opened in 1835, which soon became a popular excursion point for the residents and visitors of Ljubljana. The noted architect Ciril Metod Koch designed and built Tivoli Hotel on the same spot in 1909, which went on to become a well-known gathering place for artists, bohemians and workers. After the Second World War, many renowned Slovenian artists found their work spaces in the building. Today, this tradition continues as the Švicarija Creative Centre provides working and living studios to local artists, and residential spaces to international artists. The Centre is also to be home to a public programme following the notions of "community, art and nature".

The hall on the ground floor and the courtyard in front of the building may be hired for a variety of events.

Pod turnom 3 1000 Ljubljana

Phone: +386 (0)1 241 38 08
Email:
Website: http://www.mglc-lj.si/

Conference rooms

  • Conference rooms 2
  • Max. seating capacity theatre 700
  • Max. seating capacity classroom 320
  • Banquet 350
  • Reception 600
  • Surface area 800
  • Dvorana Radetzky

    Radetzky Hall

    • Max. seating capacity theatre 220
    • Max. seating capacity classroom 180
    • Reception 210
    • Banquet 150
    • Surface area 240
    • Ceiling height (m) 5.00
  • Vrt Impressa

    Impressia Garden

    • Max. seating capacity theatre 700
    • Max. seating capacity classroom 320
    • Reception 600
    • Banquet 350
    • Surface area 800
    • Ceiling height (m) -