Architect: WWAA, Marcin Mostafa, Natalia Paszkowska, Boris Kudlička, Michał Bartnicki

Photos by Bartosz Stawiarski

research, idea and curator of the article: Negin Farokh, Maryam Soltanmohammadi,

Will be formed by the exhibition elements arranged in a specific way. Some of them will be moved away from the front elevation hence the sign will be visible only at a certain angle. Because its existence is not obvious it will require some attention and finding this right perspective to fully capture the symbol. Two elements influenced the spatial arrangements of theexhibition: the descriptive geometry that forms the WWB sign and the content of the presented materials. The simple plywood blocks spread around the exhibition space don’t interfere with the building’s architecture. The interior constitutes a main focal point as it was thoroughly cleaned, scrubbed off and painted. The way the prints, historical photographs, signboards, neons, models, and videos are displayed is very diverse to make sure visiting the 2000m2 of the exhibition space is an exciting experience.