The new seat of the Silesian Museum is one of the biggest museum (historical) investments in Poland. The entire structure of the Silesian Museum buildings located on the territory of the Katowice dormant coal mine, together with other institutions, both already located or still being set up, form a Cultural Zone - the new center of the cultural life in the city. The main part of the architectural structure is a seven storey building whose three floors are below the ground level.
The system design (project) included developing the graphical and decorative elements for the following space of the new Silesian Museum seat: the main building with the central hall, the administration building, the Polish Scenery Center, the building of the former Warszawa shaft hoisting engine room converted into a restaurant, the Warszawa shaft hoisting tower, the former workshop of electricians converted into a technical building, a three storey underground parking lot (directional markings dividing the parking lot area and mark for car stands), communication pathways and a park between the buildings. The sophisticated and complicated structure of the buildings required developing a really sophisticated design of a visual information system followed by original pictograms and a series of visual graphics. The photos below present all the elements of the system.