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Muzeiko Children's Museum

1756 Sofia, Bulgaria

The building of "Muzeiko" has a number of interesting moments from the architectural and engineering point of view. We started with the reconstruction of the existing south wing of the building, which had to bring in accordance with modern requirements and integrate the new functions "Muzeiko." Besides strengthening the existing complex structure had additional challenges such as eliminating most of the concrete slab to make a visual connection between the floors and the passing of one of the "mountains" in the volume of the building.

One of the main characteristic elements of the building is called small mountains. They are inspired by the mountains around Sofia and represent complex three-dimensional volumes that are intertwined with the main prismatic volumes of the building, entering the interior.

A major challenge was finding the right technological solution for the implementation of the construction of all insulation layers and the finishing finishes. Until we reach the final decision experimented with several different options both at the project level and in the production of samples on a 1: 1 scale.


How Individualdécor Added Value
Because of how durable Fundermax panels are, the architect chose to use our Individualdecor panels because they preserve their design and integrity through children playing, environmental factors, such as weather, and can be cleaned with harsh disinfectants.
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Application:

Rainscreen Façade

Product:

Max Compact Exterior

Industry:

Education

Color:

Individualdècor

Fatsening System:

Exposed, Rivets

Finish:

NT

Architects:

Angel Zahariev A&A Architects and Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership

Installer:

ТAL Engineering Ltd