Warsaw’s POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews has broken down the barriers of land sea to bring these two sibling cities together and tell their fascinating story.
Making its debut in 2012, seven years on the Keret House is a story that refuses to go away, most recently thanks to its induction onto the Iconic Houses’ prestigious roll call.
Without the walls and rooves of traditional buildings the hotel from Gdańsk architects has been designed to resemble trees, which allows it to blend into the forest bringing guests closer to the natural world.
After the city of Skopje was left ruined by an earthquake, a team of Poles rose to the challenge of rebuilding it.
The new Poznań museum will be dedicated to one of the most important events in inter-war Polish history.
With its focus on simplicity and nature, the design offers a harmonious setting for reflection and spirituality.
Rated as one of the city’s most Instragrammable attractions, it has earned a reputation as a favourite shooting spot for Just Married couples and filmmakers – among its numerous media appearances, the cast-ironstairs have played a starring role in the Tarantino-influenced thriller Diversion End and The Man With The Magic Box, a Polish Academy Award winner about a time travelling janitor.
The new station on Antarctica will resist the elements but also foster the wellbeing of its residents.
Build in the 70s as part of a ‘socialist dream’, love it or hate it, today Warsaw’s Central train station is one of the most iconic buildings in the city.
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.