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The Museum of Fire is telling stories about fire and history of Zory, the city in Silesia Region, south of Poland.
During medieval times the city was created inside a forest, which later, had razed. The name of the city was derived from this process, Zar – means fire, burn or flames. Bad name brought bad luck to the city, forcing the citizens to fight with fires. The most dangerous one, on 11th of May 1702, destroyed half of a city. To honor this day, the city Zory is helding a procession every year.
Fire became a base for the design of our museum.
The shape of the museum is defined by an underground pipline and obligatory laws and it reminds a fire.
The idea was to create an one building inside another with two different functions. First one, the insider, is a commercial area containing restaurant and shopping facilities. People are obligated to pass thrugh this area to enter some parts of the museum. The museum, which is the second building, isthe outsider, area of exhibitions, lectures or workshops.
The museum is situated within a line of existing buildings, near the Puente de La Mucher and next to the Fragata Sarmiento. The look of it is made with perfored acrylic stone in white color. The module of perforation is culled from the division of elevations in the nearest buildings. Multimedial screens are showing what is inside viewed from the outside.