The leaves under the glass ceiling in the lobby in Prague’s Aria Hotel will never touch the floor. They dance frozen in an eternal swirl, as if the wind had just blown them inside the hall. Enjoy the timeless touch of autumn in Prague’s historic centre.
Dozens of hand-blown leaves fill the air above the couches and the piano in the hall. The installation, designed by Luděk Hroch, was inspired by the ephemeral beauty of sycamore leaves dancing above the hotel’s guests. Some are frozen clear, while others don silver and golden leaves inside.