The architectural design contest for the Museum of the Second World War in Poland has been organized to select a building, representing the biggest and most tragic conflict in the human history. The organizers have selected the contestants among the candidates. Two hundred and forty architectural studios from all around the world have been approved and allowed to participate in the contest. The concept of the museum is presented in six panels with specific dimensions; model and all the necessary calculations for quantity and value. The team, led by architect Stanislavov, has been ranked fourth place – great success in such a strong competition.

Client: Museum of the Second World War
Program: Museum Competition
Location: Poland, Gdansk
Site area: 87 370 sq.m
Built area: 90 362 sq.m/spread built up area
Design year: 2010

IV place

Creating building designs and modern architecture - that is the mission of architectural studio STARH Stanislavov architects.