Warsaw rose from the rubble. It became basic building material, and working in the ruins was an everyday occurrence. Reconstruction was a complex process, requiring enormous amounts of work and time. It influenced not only the city’s architecture, but also its spatial landscape. It also had an impact on the revitalizing social and economic relations. The exhibition “Warsaw 1945-1949: Rising from Rubble” is a new look at the myth of the capital reborn after the war and one of the most interesting pages of its history.
Client: Museum of Warsaw
Architects: Studio Okuljar Architekt*innen SIA
Curator: Adam Przywara
Museum Team: Marta Galewska, Katarzyna Jolanta Górska
Graphic design: Alina Rybacka-Gruszczyńska
Photography: T. Kaczor (Museum of Warsaw)
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Rising from rubble