The evening was all about a mapping event (a technique of putting virtual pictures on real objects) at Wilanow Palace (Warsaw royal palace, baroque style).
For an hour or so, the façade of Wilanów Palace was transformed into a canvas for projection mapping, with dynamic images and animations projected onto the building’s exterior. The projections highlight the beauty and history of the palace in a unique and engaging way.
The palace was designed in the late 17th century in the Baroque style, which was characterized by ornate and extravagant decoration, dramatic forms, and theatricality. The facade of the palace is highly decorative, featuring a range of intricate details and elements such as sculptures, columns, and balustrades. The central section of the facade is dominated by a large pediment, which is supported by six columns and adorned with elaborate decorations. The wings of the palace, which are arranged in a U-shape around a courtyard, are similarly adorned with sculptures, pilasters, and balustrades. These sculptures depict a range of mythological and allegorical figures, including Atlas, Hercules, and the four seasons.