Next stop. Brasilia. This time Polish design will be showcased at the spectacular venue of the Museu Nacional do Conjunto Cultural da República, designed by Oscar Niemeyer and considered as one of the most important icons of modernist architecture in the world.

Thanks to the collaboration with the Polish Embassy in Brasilia and the Museu Nacional do Conjunto Cultural da República, Polish design will be shown at the iconic building of Brazilian modernism, so adored by the worldwide audience. For us it’s a great chance for strenghtening the position of Polish design internationally as well as in our home country

Inscribed in Unesco’s World Cultural Heritage List in 1987, the city was described as follows: “Brasilia, a capital created in 1956, was a landmark in the history of town planning. Urban planner Lucio Costa and architect Oscar Niemeyer intended that every element – from the layout of the residential and administrative districts (often compared to the shape of a bird in flight) to the symmetry of the buildings themselves – should be in harmony with the city’s overall design. The official buildings, in particular, are innovative and imaginative.

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