European Architect Fernando Menis displays a mock-up of Toruń’s new Multifunctional Concert Hall “Jordanki” in the Polish capital. The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw is holding an exhibition on October 2nd to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the “Architektury Murator” Magazine. The monthly magazine “Architektury Murator” is celebrating its Twentieth Anniversary this October 2nd in the Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art. The event, created by Ewa Porebska, will feature the display of 25 of the best architectural buildings with a decisive influence in changing the way people think about architecture in Poland, among which is included a mock-up of the new under-construction “Multifunctional Concert Hall Jordanki”, located in Toruń. The donated architectural model of the building, designed by two times WAF winner European architect Fernando Menis, is made by Architecture students from the University of Technology and Sciences in Bydgoszcz and supervised and guided by the architect’s own company, Menis Architects. It strictly shows the concept of Toruń’s newest outstanding Multifunctional Hall, which provides a crimson and vermilion view in comparison with the rest of the buildings that surround it. The selection of buildings, made by both the “Architektury Murator” Magazine team and the Museum of Modern Art, can be seen this October 2nd at 8pm, at the MMA, 51 Emilia Plater Street, Warsaw, and will be exhibited until December 14th , 2014. Visitors can also attend the debate in connection with the “Architektury Murator” collection on October 9, 2014.