WCC/MoCNH – Warsaw Museum of Modern Art and TR Theater – Poland - Project Profile
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The Warsaw City Council (WCC) and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (MoCNH) are jointly planning to construct the Museum of Modern Art and TR Theater project in Warsaw, Poland.
The project involves the construction of two separate buildings comprising the 10,000m2 theater and 15,000m2 museum, joined by a common forum that will serve both as entrance and public multi-use space.
The project includes the construction of an auditorium hall, parking facility, food courts and other related facilities, and the installation of lighting systems, sound systems, air conditioning, safety and fire alarm systems.
In February 2007, Christian Kerez with local partners Estudio Lamela Polska won the architectural competition and was appointed as the design architect.
APA Wojciechowski Sp. z oo has been appointed as the lead consultant.
In May 2012, developer terminated the design contract with Christian Kerez as it failed to meet the deadlines.
In March 2014, 35 companies submitted bids for the selection of the architect for the project. Out of 35 bidders, 15 companies have been shortlisted. The shortlisted companies are:
1. C.F. Moller Denmark A/S, Niras A/S [Denmark]
2. Van Berkel en Bos U.N. Studio B.V. (working as UNStudio) [Netherlands]
3. BLOND&ROUX architects [France]
4. Thomas Phifer and Partners [USA]
5. Inzbud Tomasz Trepka: arch. Andrzej Kadluczka, arch. Krzysztof Barysz, arch. Piotr Obracaj [Poland]
6. WXCA Spólka z o.o. / WXCA Group Spólka z o.o. [Poland]
7. PAS PROJEKT ARCHI STUDIO Slawomir Golenko [Poland]
8. JSK Architekci Sp. z o.o. / nsMoonStudio Sp. z o.o. [Poland]
9. PROCHEM S.A.: arch. Jacek Jedynak, arch. Andrzej Maslowski, arch. Andrzej Kikowski [Poland]
10. Studio A4“ Spólka Projektowa Sp. zo. o. / Estudio Barozzi Vega S.L.P. / AIR Jurkowscy – Architekci Sp. z o.o., STALKO Sp. z o.o. / STALKO Kaczmarek S.J. [Poland/Spain]
11. Biuro Architektoniczne Kaczmarczyk: arch. Andrzej Kaczmarczyk, arch. Sylwia Bartoszewska, arch. Joanna Zabinska [Poland]
12. Henning Larsen Architects A/S [Denmark]
13. Fiszer Atelier 41 Warszawa Sp. z o.o. [Poland]
14. Foster + Partners Ltd [UK]
15. Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects [Denmark]
In July 2014, Thomas Phifer and Partners was appointed as the architect, after a two-stage selection process.
MoCNH and the European Commission will provide funds.
In September 2015, the project designs unveiled.
As of February 2018, Design activities are underway. Construction is scheduled to be completed by 2020.
The project involves the construction of two separate buildings comprising a 10,000m2 theater and a 15,000m2 museum, joined by a common forum at Plac Defilad, Warsaw, Poland.
The US$126 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an auditorium hall
2. Construction of parking facilities
3. Construction of food courts
4. Construction of related facilities
5. Installation of lighting systems
6. Installation of sound systems
7. Installation of air conditioning
8. Installation of safety and fire alarm systemsReasons To Buy
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