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European Centre For Geological Education / WXCA

09:00 - 18 July, 2016
European Centre For Geological Education / WXCA, © Daniel Ciesielski
© Daniel Ciesielski

© Daniel Ciesielski © Daniel Ciesielski © Daniel Ciesielski © Daniel Ciesielski + 32

  • Architects

  • Location

    Chęciny, Poland
  • Architects in Charge

    Szczepan Wroński, Paweł Grodzicki, Krzysztof Budzisz, Zbigniew Wroński
  • Area

    8450.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2015
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WXCA's Winning Entry / Baltic Sea Park Competition

01:00 - 11 January, 2014
WXCA's Winning Entry / Baltic Sea Park Competition, Courtesy of WXCA
Courtesy of WXCA

The Baltic Sea Art Park, designed by Warsaw based design studio WXCA, proposes a series of common exhibition spaces in downtown Pärnu, Estonia, on the edge of the Pärnu River. Folk art and professional work from artists of the Baltic Sea nations will be exhibited in a collection of floating pavilions. With nine countries being invited to exhibit, including Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Finland (with autonomous Aland), Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden, the "floating piazza" is intended to act as "a platform for exchange of the Baltic Sea culture that enables integration and interaction between all Baltic countries and their artistic heritage."