Architectural project of the University of Bialystok campus by studio leaded by Prof. Dr. arch. Marek Budzyński is based on a philosophical concept that refers to the need to synthesize the sciences in order to learn the Truth about Life and the Universe.
A large glass sphere symbolizing "The Big Bang" is located in the central place of the Square of Synthesis of Sciences, underlined by its division and intersecting axes, designed according to the original project by Prof. Dr. arch. Marek Budzyński.
The central glass sphere is an original sculpture created by Tomasz Urbanowicz, being, as Prof. dr. arch. Marek Budzyński said, "the proper artistic interpretation of his sketches constituting the basis for its implementation".
A 3 meter high glass sphere symbolizes the beginning of the Universe, a blue ball in the middle is the "divine particle", and the construction of innumerable bars of stainless steel made by the Hostal refers to the chaos of the Big Bang. Small glass balls placed on the bars symbolize the Cosmos, galaxies, planets and bosons.
The perfect result is a compilation of the detail, reflection in the water and night illumination.
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