Museum of Wooden Architecture in Lodz, Poland undergoes extensive renovation

Wooden villa in Open-air Museum of the Łódź Wooden Architecture in Łódź, Poland. Image: JDavid via Wikimedia.

One of the most iconic places for architecture lovers in Lodz is undergoing a major renovation with the help of the European Union. The famous Museum of Wooden Architecture featured in the American horror film “House” (directed by Robby Henson, 2007) and the Polish film “Spanish” (directed by Łukasz Borczyk, 2014) is set to reopen with a permanent exhibition on textiles in the second half of 2020, announced the city of Lodz.

he renovation project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. The Wooden Architecture Museum is being refurbished by a company with over 25 years of experience that specializes in the conservation of historic buildings.

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