Reconstruction of an emblematic symbol. Saxon Palace by WXCA

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Project team
Szczepan Wroński, Andrzej Bulanda, Małgorzata Dembowska, Krzysztof Moskała, Piotr Hardt, Zuzanna Wodowska, Maja Przewoźnik, Jakub Hlebowicz, Michał Czerwiński, Agnieszka Roś, Nina Wojtczuk-Hejduk, Maciej Wewiór.
Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Poland.
Desgin.- 2023.
00-001 Warsaw, Poland.

Szczepan Wroński, Marta Sękulska-Wrońska, Paweł Grodzicki. WXCA

WXCA is an architecture practice founded in Warsaw in 2007 by Szczepan Wroński, Marta Sękulska-Wrońska and Paweł Grodzicki. It is one of the most prestigious and well-known Polish architecture studios, they were the authors of the Polish Pavilion project at the 2020 World Expo in Dubai. The office continuously participates in urban and architectural projects with a unique, innovative, and sustainable approach, within the framework of private commissions and international competitions.

The studio has won numerous competitions, including the museum complex at the Warsaw Citadel housing the Museum of Polish History and the Museum of the Polish Army (Warsaw, Poland), the European Center for Geological Education (Chęciny, Poland), the boulevards of the Vistula river (Warsaw, Poland), the streets of the New Praga district (Warsaw, Poland). ), the Jozef Pilsudski Museum Exhibition (Sulejowek, Poland), and the “Arsenal” Art Gallery (Bialystok, Poland), WXCA's main focus is complex and multifunctional buildings such as museums, performance halls, and other public functions.

The office is currently working on several public and private projects, including the Museum of Polish History (Warsaw, Poland), Stefan Zeromski Theater (Kielce, Poland), the main city square and the city museum (Radom, Poland ), the Museum of the Lubomirski Prines (Wroclaw, Poland). The studio was nominated twice for the prestigious EU Mies van der Rohe Award.



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