Copernicus Science Centre, Warsaw, Poland

The Copernicus Science Centre stands on the banks of the Vistula river. Its shape is reminiscent of a wave. It combines numerous innovative structural solutions and utilises a range of modern materials, such as fermacell Gypsum Fibreboard
and fermacell Powerpanel H2O Cement Board, all of which were used for the final completion of the interior. The Copernicus Science Centre includes six themed galleries, a multi-media planetarium, workshops, laboratories, and auditorium, a cafeteria, offices and roof gardens.

  • Poland's most famous scientific and cultural institution
  • Project completed in 2010
  • 30,000 m² fermacell Gypsum Fibreboard / 5,000 m² fermacell Powerpanel H2O