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The table and the black shed organize the gallery space of BWA Design in Wrocław for an exhibition on Food Think Tank project ‘Earth and Water’. The objects are made of remains from previous gallery exhibitions and scraps from conservation works of Wrocław’s Parks and Recreation department – branches and stumps. The objects organize the gallery space into two sections: bright one with the table and a dark one with the Black Shed – a hybrid of an arbor and an incubator.


Legs of an exhibition table are made from old branches, stumps, planks and beams, creating informal DIY landscape. One of the legs morphs into extensive branch above the table surface.
The Black Shed counterbalances the bright zone with its massive black form- with branches as structural braces and periscope permitting sunlight into the interior. The Shed is divided into two chambers: dry (enclosed and inaccessible) and humid, that you can pass through.


The architecture organizes the exhibits collection, enhancing its vernacular and experimental character.

Design: BudCud / Mateusz Adamczyk / Agata Woźniczka / Patrycja Komada
Photography: BudCud / Jędrzej Stelmaszek

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