When it comes to the Okocimski Pavilion, we were responsible for the following projects: permanent exhibition, reception and educational rooms, the identification of the SYMBIOZA Centre for Ecological Education and the design of the website, as well as the design and execution of information boards in the area adjacent to the Pavilion.

During our work, we were particularly focused on the natural character of the centre and the modernist architecture of the pavilion. We were inspired by the forest and its inhabitants. You are guided by an owl, a badger and a frog, who have accompanied you since the beginning of your journey, both on the website and at the exhibitions.

„ Do you know what the trees are talking about? Be careful, because there are plenty of forest secrets to discover.”

educational room “Meadows and fields of Lesser Poland Region”

Daily room

The stands in the daily room, like “What is photosynthesis?” or “What is the Wood Wide Web?”, you can take a closer look at nature-related themes. The exhibition is an extension of the Wolski Forest surrounding the Pavilion. Interactive presentations, manual stands and graphic charts explain the phenomena you can observe while walking in the forest.

„A visit at our permanent exhibition is a remarkable meeting with the forest and its inhabitants. Be careful, because there are many forest secrets to discover.”

„The forest never sleeps. When some of its inhabitants go to sleep, for others, after dark, a time of increased activity begins. Listen to what the trees are talking about when it gets dark.

Night room

An interactive performance with the participation of children takes place in the night room. A dug-out clearing, arranged in the hall, is a pretext for wandering and the “night-time investigation.” A group of children is accompanied by an animator, with whom they discover the secrets of the forest. The multimedia performance includes radio podcasts, screenings and interactive presentations.

Information boards