Miroslaw Nizio

Mirosław Nizio studied at the faculty of Interior Design and Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York at the faculty of Interior Design. He set up his own designing company in 1989. He gained numerous prizes and distinctions such as Glenn Boyles Memorial Rendering And Design in 1993
and Educational Foundation for the Design Industries in Interior Design in 1998.

He is the architect famous of the public space projects: museums, historical expositions, exhibitions, memorials, scenography. Nizio co-created and realised the major exhibition in the Museum of Warsaw Uprising 1944, which is the most often visited cultural institution in Poland. During the sixteen years of his activity in Poland and in the United States he has also completed several interior design projects in the offices, industrial and recreational facilities and private residences.

In 2002 Mirosław Nizio moved the architecture studio to the historic tenement in Warsaw’s Praga district. There Nizio Gallery and Nizio Foundation (the Creators in the past) were also created. Foundation is animating local culture in the community of Praga. The aim of the Nizio Gallery is to support the development of novice creators, present socially involved art, organise meetings, screenings and other activities for children.