KOM Creative Multi-function Centre by 2kul, Milicz – Poland

August 5th, 2013 by retail design blog

KOM is Creative Multi-function Centre, located in Milicz, Poland. KOM is placed in a building where until 2008 was placed baubles factory. Specific climate of the space is formed by the harsh, post-industrial factory halls were built in the thirties, which have been adapted into a multifunctional space attractive.

The complex is dedicated to both organized groups of children and young people, individual consumers and business customers. It consists of rooms that provide various activities and attractions – cafe with space designed for children, workshops workshop and a conference room. The main points, emphasizing the individual character of the place and the local values​​, the Hall of balls, black Multi-purpose room and gallery Druha Bolek – local hero.

Gallery Druha Bolek the story of honorary citizen of Milicz – Boleslaw Zajiczka (1930-2011). He was a keen sportsman, scout and community leader. Hall is a symbol of the achievements of this great man, who, despite adversity has traveled the world on a bicycle.

The Chamber of balls exposed an unique collection of Christmas decorations 6400 models, which were produced and hand-crafted from an address currently KOM. Formerly baubles from Milicz were known and recognized throughout the world, has now been exposed in a specially designed counter displays. TEAM 2kul also designed the current form of the building with facades and the environment and created a visual identity for the building and the idea of ​​KOM.

Designed by 2kul
Designers: Magdalena Urban and Agnieszka Koszutska










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