The variety of the ancient world: culture and art will be shown at the new Ancient Art Gallery at the National Museum in Warsaw. Through the prism of the Museum’s collection the exhibition will present the civilizational achievements of Egypt, the Middle East, Rome and Greece. The opening of the exhibition designed by Nizio Design International (which currently supervises the implementation) is planned for December 2020.
One of the most interesting architectural designs for a cultural facility in the world – this is how international media described the Mausoleum of the Martyrdom of Polish Villages in Michniów. Currently, thorough construction and exhibition assembly works are underway in the Mausoleum designed by Nizio Design International architectural studio. The studio provides the project author’s supervision over the implementation of the works and Mirosław Nizio oversees the activities related to scenography and graphic design of the exhibition.
The design of Nizio Design International was awarded the first place in the competition for a sculptural architectural design of a monument commemorating the Battle of Warsaw 1920. From among 58 submitted designs, the jury almost unanimously chose the concept developed by Mirosław Nizio, which assumes the creation of a monumental obelisk within the urban framework of the star-shaped layout of Plac na Rozdrożu in Warsaw.
1,745,000 guests have visited the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews until today. The heart of the POLIN Museum has been beating for 5 years, and the number of visitors has been increasing every day since the official opening on October 28, 2014. We are proud that Nizio Design International participated in this project and created its’ core exhibition. Follow the link to watch making-of movie
The Ulma Family Museum of Poles Saving Jews in World War II, designed by Nizio Design International, has been shortlisted for the East Centric Arhitext Awards 2019. The international jury selected 5 to 7 nominees for each of the 6 sections of the competition (34 in total), out of a total of 134 selected projects. The winners will be announced on the 20th of October, at the East Centric Awards gala at the Bucharest Triennale.
On March 27, Mirosław Nizio visited the Presidential Palace in Tbilisi. During the meeting, organized by the Chancellery of the President of Georgia, Mirosław Nizio presented to the President of Georgia Salome Zourabichvili and invited guests, the concept of revitalization of the former modernist building with a modern extension for the Historical Museum of Mtskheta designed by Nizio Design International. The meeting was organized in cooperation with the Polish Institute in Tbilisi and the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia.
The post-competition discussion will be held on 15 January 2019 (Tuesday) in the Room under the Liberator in the Warsaw Rising Museum (Grzybowska 79) at 6:00 pm. Entrance is free.
A project developed by Mirosław Nizio’s architectural studio won the first place in a competition for architectural and urban concept for the expansion and modernisation of the Warsaw Rising Museum. The jury chose the concept from among eleven other projects submitted for the competition.
On November 24, 2018 the official celebrations to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the 1932-1933 Great Famine took place in Kyiv. They were attended by the Presidents of Latvia and Slovakia, the Prime Minister of Moldova, the Vice-President of the European Parliament, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Ukrainian officials and representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Ukraine.
During the event, Mirosław Nizio, presented to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko – together with the Ukrainian architect Andriy Myrhorodsky and Ivan Vasyunyk, the deputy chairman of the government’s Organisational Committee for the construction of the museum – the design of the National Museum “Memorial to Holodomor Victims”.