Stunning visuals for the upcoming “Fabryka Norblina” Museum.

Part of the future Fabryka Norblina complex now in construction, new stunning visuals of the future former Fabryka Norblina museum emerged. The Museum experience will be fully interactive and the visitor will have the opportunity to act ‘as an operator of the factory’. Several original machinery will be part of the museum. Renovated and preserved, they remain in their original state with traces of usage.

To enhance the experience of visit a mobile application will be available to receive more details one free, containing the most important information about the factory, as well as additional in-depth content available only for paying visitors. In addition, an audio guide system is also under study, especially for school groups.

FABRYKA NORBLINA

At the second quarter of 2021 will open a massive project called Fabryka Norblina. Initiated in 2008, the construction started in December 2017.

Located near the center city between the Wola district and Rondo ONZ (51/53 Żelazna Street). The complex will be built on the grounds of the former Norblin factory (metal product factory from 1882 until 1982 and museum until 2008).

For a total of 64 000 m2, 40 000m2 will be dedicated to office spaces (+3 to +8) and 24 000 m2 for commercial and service premises, restaurants (30 gastronomic concepts) including a piano jazz bar (+400 m2), 70 shops, a BioBazar, a cultural zone, a theater and a studio cinema (floors -1, 0, +1 and +2) in the “Norblin Street”. The Museum of the Old Norblin Factory will be part of the complex and one of the main attractions.

No doubt this new place to be will be an attraction in Warsaw like the Hala Koszyki, Hala Gwardia and Koneser were.

The designers of the building are architects from the PRC Architekci studio, and it is an investment project Capital Park with its registered office in Warsaw. The total costs of the project are estimated at PLN 500 million.

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Visual by PRC Architekci studio and press material

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