Museum of Architecture

Wrocław / Poland / 2015

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Low-cost, simple and clear wayfinding system is a core for partial refurbishment of existing postbernardine building from XV century functioning as a Museum of Architecture (in polish: Muzeum Architektury) in Wroclaw, Poland. Elements of wayfinding system are essential for general architectural idea/solutions aimed to harmonize and link diverse areas of museum which - in lesser or greater extend – need renovation or reconstruction planned for the near future. Signage design has is decisive element when connecting spaces and people, going beyond orientation skills in order to create a deeper sensorial experience.


 


Architecture: Piotr Zybura, Iga Peruga
Cooperation: Aleksandra Górecka, Olga Horwat, Paweł Szyport, Marcin Tobiasz
Wayfinding system: Marian Misiak & ARCH_IT in cooperation with KOLEKTYF

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    Low-cost, simple and clear wayfinding system is a core for partial refurbishment of existing postbernardine building from XV century functioning as a Museum of Architecture (in polish: Muzeum Architektury) in Wroclaw, Poland. Elements of wayfinding system are essential for general architectural idea/solutions aimed to harmonize and link diverse areas of museum which - in lesser or greater extend – need renovation or reconstruction planned for the near future. Signage...

    Project details
    • Year 2015
    • Work finished in 2015
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Museums / Building Recovery and Renewal
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