Location: Krakow, Poland
Planned start year: 2019
Area: 2 500m2
Investor: National Museum in Krakow and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

The Princes Czartoryski Collection is a unique selection of renowned works of art, exceptional documents and historic souvenirs. Over the last years, it was not exhibited in public due to the renovation works of the complex of buildings in which it was placed back in the 19th century.

After almost ten years of renovation works, the collection, including the masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, "Lady with an ermine", will be finally unveiled again. The concept proposed by the ART FM team won the contest for design of the new exposition and interior arrangement which was organised by the National Museum in Krakow and the Association of Polish Architects.

According to our vision, the exhibition will have two narrative forms - a historic and artistic one - and it will be complemented by a dialogue between tradition and the modern times. The choice of materials, the designed forms and the discrete multimedia are designed to capture the unique atmosphere of the collection, which was first displayed in public in 1801. Additionally, the chosen solutions will enrich the exposition with modern exhibition techniques.
Location: Krakow, Poland
Planned start year: 2019
Area: 2 500m2
Investor: National Museum in Krakow and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

The Princes Czartoryski Collection is a unique selection of renowned works of art, exceptional documents and historic souvenirs. Over the last years, it was not exhibited in public due to the renovation works of the complex of buildings in which it was placed back in the 19th century.

After almost ten years of renovation works, the collection, including the masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, "Lady with an ermine", will be finally unveiled again. The concept proposed by the ART FM team won the contest for design of the new exposition and interior arrangement which was organised by the National Museum in Krakow and the Association of Polish Architects.

According to our vision, the exhibition will have two narrative forms - a historic and artistic one - and it will be complemented by a dialogue between tradition and the modern times. The choice of materials, the designed forms and the discrete multimedia are designed to capture the unique atmosphere of the collection, which was first displayed in public in 1801. Additionally, the chosen solutions will enrich the exposition with modern exhibition techniques.
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