Interior design of socialist-realism cinema
Kino Muranów is a place strongly recognized by the people of Warsaw. It was set up after the WWII as a first double-room cinema in Poland, available to fit up to 700 people. The interior was designed as a very elegant area, with its unique functional layout and used materials. Main interiors’ floors, poles and pillars were covered with various marble pieces. The interior was also accented with sculptures, stucco and typical socialsit-realist coffered ceiling.
During the years of its activity, the cinema’s interior decayed. It was changed and modified with low-cost efforts, which led, around the year 2000, the interior to evolve into caricature-like space, having nothing in common with the original Kino Muranów posh feeling.
With cinema’s repertoir remaining high-profile, our studio’s main goal was to make it’s interior high-profile again, recreating its original look and adding new elements that would make it more modern and equal for everyone.
We have also made additional toilets and facilities for the disabled.