BWA design Wrocław
exhibition, office, commercial, leisure
Budcud: Mateusz Adamczyk, Agata Woźniczka (authors) + Filip Marek (florist)
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The Archive was a separated space in BWA Design in Wroclaw, where a gallery would host appendixes of the main exhibition, workshops, lectures or even curated dinners. The space was inaugurated during the Polish Exhibition of Graphic Symbols with a showcase of BWA logo’s history and evolution. BUDCUD applied the logos on glass panels, so the former signs created a fading history wallpaper. Since then the Archive also served as an open meeting / conference room and workspace, with multi-functional and movable furniture helping to fit the gallery diverse program.
The interior character was loosely inspired by the 90s – a lantern, a VHS zone and drink distribution zone were made of fluorescent nylon, while the grand couch was coated with white PU leather.
Accompanied by steel mesh of table legs, flowerpot hangers and steel plate of a bookcase, those elements and playful textures made the space unpretentious. fresh and abstract. Above the couch we hanged a sly mirror – perfect for self-contemplation or a group party.