Lviv Municipal Art Center is a simple and multi-functional space with a lecture hall, a multimedia library, and places to sit, work, or relax.
Situated in a neo-Gothic building, the bare walls with authentic murals inside, the first wheelchair ramp that was made following all the legal standards and requirements, paintings and chairs found in a dumpster (in the best traditions of Berlin interiors), modern quality furniture, and light are among things that made the art center controversial. It now serves as a platform for education and to establish conversation and dialogue between artists.
Architect: Replus bureau
Project: Lviv Municipal Art Center