Apple Museum Poland.
Why we created museum?
1,600 exhibits related to the history of the development and evolution of Apple products – the most recognizable technological brand – are the resources of the most complete collection in the world, which is located in Poland in our museum. Most of them will be presented in the creative and interactive Apple Museum Poland in the revitalized Norblin Factory complex.
On the area of 320 sq m. visitors will be able to see computers, laptops, accessories, iPods, iPhones, software, peripherals, multimedia carriers with unique Apple materials, posters and memorial gadgets.
Where are we?
This huge investment implemented by the Capital Park Group is located in Warsaw, capital city of Poland, on a two-hectare area between Prosta, Łucka and Żelazna streets.
In addition to the modern, multifunctional office, shopping and entertainment complex, we built awesome place to see, and live the Apple way.
Why is it worth?
The exhibits and the interactive narrative built around them, encourage the viewer to be active. We share the story, with the use of audiovisual communication techniques, graphics and modern design. Interactions make the viewer more curious about next step of Apple history.
Each of the devices will be shown in an unusual way, in a created, condensed audiovisual space. The use of scenography, play of lights, animation, sound, mapping and infographics will give the viewer the opportunity to interact with the object in a unique environment, full of social and cultural contexts and easy-to-understand technical information.
The white-pearl of the exhibition is a working, awesome replica of the first Apple-1 computer from 1976, which was designed and made by the owner of the museum. Our copy was signed by the co-founder of Apple himself – Steve Wozniak.