The palace is located in Sławików, in the Silesian Voivodeship, Poland. However, little is known about it, because until now there has been no comprehensive archaeological or historical research. It is not even possible to specify the exact date of the building’s creation, but only to estimate it at the end of the 19th century.
Currently, the palace is taken care of by the Gniazdo Foundation, which raises money for its renovation. They organize various types of projects involving history enthusiasts and people who are close to the idea of preserving the historical and cultural heritage of the region.
We strongly support this type of activity. That is why we joined them and created a 3D model of the building, which the foundation and anyone else can now use to encourage people to visit this beautiful place and to promote the idea of renovating this monument.
Palace in Sławików. This model was created in co-operation with our student Dariusz Borys.
A good 3D scan of a building or archaeological site shows archaeologists and historians the most important details. It can be then analysed, often without going back to the site, which reduces research costs. It can also be made available to other experts who may simply live too far away to see it with their own eyes. It also allows you to see the entire site or specific parts of it, but from angles that are not achievable in the field. Finally, since many objects cannot be physically extracted and transported anywhere, it is a good 3D scan that can be presented in a museum or on the Internet as our common world heritage.
If you need a detailed 3d model of a building, archaeological site, or object on land or under water, then you’ve come to the right place. Just contact us!
Once we had a detailed 3d model of the building, we created a short flyover video that can be used for presentations or by media.