Modular Systems, which has seen revenue go from 51 million PLN in 2017 to 90 million in 2019 and a forecast of 120 million PLN in 2020, is NATO certified, on a list of recognized sellers for the Polish government and have recently held talks with the UN and other aid organizations about cooperation.
A design for a public convenience in Olsztyn scoops one of the country’s most original and most unusual awards.
The new look around the city’s station will bring green spaces, re-worked historical buildings and a greater emphasis on pedestrians and bikers.
Warsaw’s Relax cinema, which when built was the modernist cinema in the capital boasting a string of premieres and state-of-the-art features, has been saved from destruction after the regional conservator of monuments stepped in saying the building has “artistic, historical and scientific value.”
Already widely celebrated for his surreal watercolours of Polish cities, acclaimed artist Tytus Brzozowski has seen his work given the XXL treatment with the unveiling of a stunning 18-metre tall mural running along the side of a building housing the capital’s Municipal Roads Authority.
Entitled “UNDER WRAPS: Architecture and Culture of Greenhouses”, Aleksandra Jaeschke “engages deeply with nature” to explore the spatial interactions between humans and plants living under the same roof.
Architect Robert Konieczny’s task was to make the house follow the sun – a tall order for something as static as a building.
Awards were the climax of a competition designed to promote the needs of the disabled in architecture, planning and building.
Architect rose to fame through his modernist churches that came in unusual shapes that set them apart from the rest.
The annual trade fair has carved out a reputation as the most prestigious Polish festival in its genre which, hailed by titles such as Wallpaper* and Elle, has become firmly established as one of the Łódż’s calling cards, drawing in excess of 435,000 visitors since its inception and casting a universal spotlight on the city.