Museum of Wola in Warsaw

COMPLETION DATE: 2015 i 2017—2018

Built around 1880 for well-known Warsaw sculptor-stonemason, Aleksander Sikorski in a Neo-Renaissance style, the museum building stands out from the high-rise residential buildings of the “Srebrna” housing estate. The assumption concerning this place was to create the Warsaw lab, which tells not only the history of the city, but also raises the issues concerning the identity and the future of the capital in the context of the development of the cities in Europe and all over the world.

The building required among others, the works related to the insulation of the foundation walls and roof renovation. We have recreated cornices, window portals and decorative elements; moreover, main entrance made of stone has been restored.

We put our heart in stone.