The building of the BWA SOKOL Gallery was constructed in the years 2008–2010. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the Malopolska Cultural Centre SOKOL, and acts as a modern extension to the older establishment.
The Gallery is a four-story construction offering roughly a 2,000 square metre of usable floor area. It comprises two exposition halls (a combined 400 square metres of space), auditory room seating 240 people, meeting rooms, art clubs and warehousing facilities.
The project was co-financed by the European Union under the Malopolska Regional Operational Programme for the years 2007-2013 „European Funds for Malopolska”. It was carried out under the patronage of local Malopolska Province self-government while Malopolska Cultural Centre SOKOL was the investor.
Plans and drawings were prepared by Krakow architects from the KKM KOZIEŃ Architekci s.c. practice under the supervision of Marek Kozień, Magdalena Kozień – Woźniak and Katarzyna Kozień – Kornecka. The construction works were carried out by a consortium of two companies: EKO-REM- BUD of Łabowa, owned by Jan Cabak, and F.B. Konsbud, the owner Jan Konstanty from Nowy Sacz.
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