Poland's Museum of Fire boasts an angular facade that is inspired by the natural phenomenon. Resembling a lit flame, this building brings the OVO Grabczewscy Architekci team's conceptual image of fire to life.
The design studio experiments with sharp geometries and uses copper materials to illustrate fire's color scheme and varying heat levels. When viewed during the day, their striking facade reflects the sun's rays, creating a metallic effect that represents a flame's different facets.
When viewed at night, the Museum of Fire facade is illuminated from below, creating similar reflections that are appear to glow against a dark sky backdrop. Overall, this structure will appeal to lovers of geometric design and is a contemporary translation of a natural inspiration.