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Pl. Defilad fills with poles

09 November 2017

Pl. Defilad fills with poles
The future shape of the square under the Palace of Culture is being shown to Varsovians
POLAND As part of the Warsaw under Construction Festival, eight 26m steel poles have been placed around pl. Defilad square in Warsaw to delineate the outline of the future pl. Centralny square.

This is the first such installation in Poland and it is being used to represent the future façades of the TR Warszawa theatre, the Museum of Modern Art and the future buildings to the south of the square allowing residents to see the proposed development in real scale. This is the first time such a Baugespann installation has been used in Warsaw and in Poland. Baugespanns are a Swiss invention that allow a mock-up of a building to be erected before an official building permit is granted. Swiss developers are obliged to leave such structures up for around a month so that everyone can see what developments are being proposed. The Baugespann has been erected as part of the main exhibition of the ninth Warsaw Under Construction festival. The project designers are Mateusz Adamczyk and Agata Woźniczka from BudCud. The exhibition is being held by the Museum of Modern Art in (Aleksandra Nasiorowska) and the Museum of Warsaw (Klementyna Świeżewska) in partnership with Barbara Domaradzka and Julia Kern-Protassewicz as well as with Igor Sekuły from Galeria Studio. Enko and Good Looking Studio are the contractors and the city of Warsaw is sponsoring the event.


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