at the invitation of the Ukrainian Centre for Development of Museums (Український центр розвитку музейної справи) and the National Museum “Holodomor Victims Memorial” (Національний музей „Меморіал жертв Голодомору”). The meeting in Kyiv, which you are welcome to attend, will be held on 11 December at 5 p.m. at the Мистецький Арсенал. The visit is supported by the Polish Institute in Kyiv.
The square will also be furnished with benches designed so as to utilise elements of the original balustrades from the resources of the lapidarium and recovered ceiling beams. The wall of the warehouse building that faces the square will serve the purpose of screening multimedia projections – Łódź is the city where the Lapidarium of Details is being developed to our design and under the artistic supervision of Mirosław Nizio’s team.
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organised by Builder Polska. Mirosław Nizio participated in the event’s debate titled “Sketch is good!”, in the course of which architects discussed the role of sketching in their work. You can read the account of the Young Architect Day and the debate on the Builder magazine’s website
The head of Nizio Design International will talk about creating the architecture of modern museums and designing exhibitions and museum complexes as tools supporting the promotion of cities – as part of a discussion dedicated to innovative uses of tourist and cultural spaces in cities.
Mock-ups and visualisations of architectural designs, photos of implemented projects and movies devoted to their creation will be displayed and screened since September 22 during the anniversary exhibition devoted to major projects by Nizio Design International. The exhibition will be hosted at the Nizio Gallery in the Warsaw district of Praga Północ. The occasion is the 15th anniversary that Mirosław Nizio’s studio is celebrating this year.
Nizio Design International, one of the largest and most acclaimed architectural design studios in the country, has been operating since 2002. The show is prepared by the studio’s and Nizio Gallery’s team at its seat in Inżynierska street. It will be an attempt to summarise one decade and a half of Mirosław Nizio’s design activity which resulted in the creation of several dozen world-acclaimed projects. ‘This anniversary is important for me both as a designer who contributes to creating Polish public space, and as a man who is watching it closely. I wish that the exhibition is not perceived as a display of self-adulation, but as an occasion to view the developments in Polish architecture within the last 15 years from the perspective of our designs, and to discuss the former with the public and with professionals,’ Mirosław Nizio said.
The exhibition will present flagship projects thanks to which the Nizio Design International studio gained recognition in Poland and abroad. They have ensured the company’s position as a leading domestic architectural studio creating designs for museums and commercial enterprises, designing and executing permanent and temporary narrative exhibitions, concepts for urban redevelopment, as well as public utility buildings important for Polish culture. The anniversary gave rise to the
The Polish Vodka Museum at Centrum Praskie “Koneser” in the Warsaw district of Praga Północ is going to be opened in slightly over half a year’s time. At the site, the next implementation stage of the unique exhibition devoted to Polish vodka and best domestic distilling traditions has just been started. Mirosław Nizio’s teams are in charge of both design and implementation. The Museum will be opened at the revitalised Centrum “Koneser” in March 2017. The Nizio Design International studio is responsible for the design, interior design, implementation of museum content and author’s supervision. Mirosław Nizio with a separate implementation team is also in charge of work related to interior design and installation of equipment in the museum area as well as food service and shop facilities.
Emphasizing the historical structure of the building of the Pilecki family house in the garden surroundings, functional arrangement which makes it possible to create an interesting layout of the exhibition and skilful utilisation of scale in delineation of the museum’s zones are the highest-rated features of the design which was prepared by Nizio Design International and awarded the second prize in the competition for the architectural concept of the Pilecki Family House Museum in Ostrów Mazowiecka. The results of the competition were announced on July 9.
The Nizio Design International studio has prepared the functional and spatial concept for the Educational Centre in the Karolin Palace for the Tadeusz Sygietyński State Folk Song and Dance Ensemble “Mazowsze”. In addition to an initial concept for its interior design and exhibition space together with a stage design, the architects have prepared plans and guidelines for the branch-specific designs of multimedia elements and a control system for the exhibition.
Nizio Design International, one of the largest and most acclaimed architectural design studios in the country, this year celebrates its 15th year of operations in the Polish market. Founded in 2002, Mirosław Nizio’s studio has performed dozens of internationally recognized designs. These have ensured the Nizio Design Studio the position of leading architectural studio in Poland, creating designs for museums and commercial enterprises, designing and executing permanent and temporary narrative exhibitions, concepts for urban redevelopment, and culturally important public utility buildings.
„I would like to thank for recognizing the value of interior architecture and exhibiton design of the Ulma Family Museum” said Mirosław Nizio, receiving the Property Design Award 2017 for the interior design and exhibition of the Ulma Family Museum of Poles Saving Jews in World War II in Markowa.”
The Museum of Cursed Soldiers and Political Prisoners of the Polish People’s Republic is designed as a place of remembrance that aims at transcending any divisions. The architects agreed that out of respect for the authentic substance of this place, it requires subtle accenting of the old and the new architecture. For this reason, preservation of the original historic wall surrounding the prison buildings was chosen as a key aspect. The wall is emphasized as a strong, authentic and historically faithful architectural element – a witness guarding the memory of those who were imprisoned here and allowing visitors to pass onto this site of tragic events of the past.
The aim of the concept proposal of reconstruction of Municipal Cultural Center in Nowy Targ was to eliminate unfavorable, harmonious architectural and decorative elements of the building. New design proposals directly relate to those used in the typical wooden architecture of Podhale. Thus, the object would fit in with the trend of architecture that refers to pure, synthetic forms, historical heritage and tradition.
The Interactive Centre for Cartoons and Animation at the Animated Movies Studio in Bielsko-Biała is a combination of a modern museum with a family park. It is similar to typical exhibition stands located at foreign film studios. The Centre will be based on the achievements of the Animated Movies Studio, operating since 1947, in which over a thousand films, including famous cartoons for children, were made. The competition’s jury appreciated the relevance of urbanistic and architectural solutions applied in the award-winning design.
Renault FT-17, the historic tank from World War I, is the central point around which we built the concept of the outdoor exhibition-installation „Plac Zwycięstwa 1920” in Wołomin. This is the second project of our studio – next to “The Gate to the Battle of Warsaw – 1920 ” in Ossów – commemorating the Battle of Warsaw, groundbreaking event in the history of Europe.