In 2002 Miroslaw Nizio established a company in Warsaw’s Praga district. Over the 10 years of Nizio Design International operation, the studio has earned the appreciation of public institutions, that have entrusted their crucial projects to Nizio’s group. Nizio Design International specializes in designing museum compounds, thematic exhibitions. The scripts of museum exhibitions made by Nizio Design International maintains an appropriate balance between the multimedia applications and the conventional exhibit displays, for example the project of a core exhibition at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, opened in October 2014.
Each project is developed in terms of context and supported by socio-urban research. The highlight of the comprehensive research are collaborative projects related to urban planning, like "The Gate to the 1920 Battle of Warsaw" Museum and "Stone Hell" KL Gross Rosen II. The company has also designed some projects of public space temporary exhibitions. "Relay Race to Freedom" was located on a main street in Warsaw as part of celebration of the period of political transformation in Poland. The studio has also won first prize in the competition on the project of the Wroclaw Contemporary Museum. Nizio Design International has also designed an apartment complex in Bydgoszcz (a part of the plan of revitalization and expansion of the Brda river shore) and an innovative recreation and education technology park "Nature Zoom" in Janow Lubelski.Nizio Design International received first prize in the competition on the design of the Ulma Family Museum of Polish People Saving Jews in Markowa, in the Podkarpackie (Subcarpathian) voivodship. Nizio Design International is the winner of important prizes, such as the European Property Award received in 2011 for the design of the Mausoleum of Martyrdom of Polish Villages in Michniow (under construction).