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Nizio Design International specializes in designing museum compounds and thematic exhibitions.
It's a company created in 2002 in Warsaw’s Praga district. Nowadays the founder of the enterprise, Mirosław Nizio, is one of the best known and most recognisable architects of public space in Poland. Over the 10 years of the studio’s operation, the workshop has earned the appreciation of public institutions that have entrusted their crucial projects to Nizio's group. The result of this long-lasting cooperation with state institutions has been Nizio’s involvement in numerous projects. They have designed five museum complexes, one urban project and nine museum expositions. The company has already completed five of the largest projects of the museum, while six are in progress and three more are to be completed in the future.
The first project of the Nizio Design International was an exhibition at the Museum of the Former Extermination Camp in Belzec, completed in 2004. Nizio Design International was one of the creators and the producer of the exposition at the famous Warsaw Uprising Museum (2004). This is the first museum in Poland which employs modern means of exhibition to tell a story. It is the most frequently visited cultural institution in Poland.
NDI is the winner of important prizes, such as the European Property Award received in 2011 for the design of the Mausoleum of Martyrdom of Polish Villages in Michniów. The Mausoleum will be built at a site of strategic significance in the history of the Second World War.
During the sixteen years of operation of the company in Poland and the United States it has also completed several interior design projects, industrial and recreational facilities and private residences. In 2002 Nizio Design International adapted a historic tenement house to become the seat of its office. Besides the studio, two entities were called to existence to promote modern artists: Nizio Foundation and Nizio Gallery. The mission of these organizations is to support young artists who are just entering the cultural market. Besides, they present socially involved art, organise meetings, screenings and other activities for children. The aim is to form the identity of the district, encouraging the local inhabitants to participate in the social life actively and to join art events.
Mirosław Nizio graduated from the faculties of interior design and sculpture. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.
Warsaw, PL , 03 - 410
+48 22 618 72 02
+48 22 618 96 25