Its layout is based on the direction determined by it, and the module is based on the width of the existing building.
The parallel strips of walls created simultaneously shape the rhythm of the space, which is filled - with earth and empty - with museum halls. Passing through the sequences of exhibition rooms is a symbolic journey through time, experiencing periods, changes, and history.
The project area is the interior of a quarter that naturally emerged during the expansion of the urban fabric.
The external development is defined, with clear boundaries and representative facades. Internally, it is fragmented and intimate, divided by walls and small buttresses.
The planned building pours a ground-level volume into the existing form, filling its outline tightly, and recording the shape that is evidence of changes, development, and history. The existing context, a fragment of Leszno, together with its honest and authentic topography, is perpetuated and becomes the silent author of the building's geometry.