Museum “The Lost Shtetl”
One of the biggest challenges for UAB Baltijos Plienas is the technical maintenance and Fidic engineer expertise in unique globally project, which is built in Lithuania – the most modern technologies based, Litvak towns history, culture and remembrance museum – The Lost Shtetl.
The Lost Shtetl Museum will be opened by 2022, in Šeduva, Radviliškis state. Here you‘ll see a recreation of life in a once one of the biggest Jewish diaspora towns. True historical example of Jewish people who lived in Šeduva will be used to represent a typical Lithuanian Jewish family life, traditions, value of Litvak education; cultural, social and political movements; businesses and leisure. Museum visitors will get to know with a tragic Lithuanian and Šeduva part of history, where during The Second World War, countless Jewish lives of Shtetl were suddenly lost in one of the three nearby areas of Holocaust.
The architectural solution for the project was created by Finnish company Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects. The lead architect of the project is Rainer Mahlamäki, Professor of Modern Architecture at the University of Oulu, Finland and Dean of the School of Architecture.
The construction project is led by the Swiss company Ecas AG, whose work is regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Experts RICS, the world’s leading organization of real estate and construction professionals, known for its extremely high standards of performance and ethics.
Ralph Appelbaum Associates, the winner of numerous awards for the best museums, memorials and programs on national heritage, takes care of the installation of the Lost Shtetl Museum in Šeduva. Its specialists have designed nearly 700 museums and other cultural sites around the world, including the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, the Holocaust Museum in Houston, and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in London.
The team of UAB „Baltijos plienas“ is proud to be able to contribute to the implementation of this project with its knowledge and active work!
Posted:28th of January 2021.