Set a stone’s throw south-east of Warsaw, Otwock is an oversight that demands to be corrected.
Titled the Feel Harmony, the boutique investment will consist of 72 rooms spread across three barges and will include a whisky bar, café, restaurant, spa and water-facing terraces.
Once cited as one of the city’s finest and earliest examples of Neo-Classical architecture, the war-ravaged ruins of Wrocław’s Hatzfeld Palace have been placed on the market.
In this episode of the Debrief, we take a look at a new exhibition on ‘Polish styles’ at the National Museum in Kraków.
Defined by its intricate elegance, the structure without walls is to feature a restaurant and street-level terrace as well as a multi-level ‘urban garden’, seating and viewing decks complete with carefully arranged plant-life and greenery.
According to Mirosław Nizio, the principal architect and designer, the museum will follow “a timeless form” that will enable people to “nurture” the memory and spiritual heritage of the priest.”
In our continuing series on the changing faces of Polish cities, this week we take a look at the Silesian capital of Katowice.
Opening its doors for the first time On May 8, 1971, the Spodek Arena in Katowice has since hosted dignitaries, rock stars and sporting royalty. Alex Webber looks back at the iconic building’s iconic history.
The project, called Nexus21 in collaboration with the cultural institution inLodz21, will see the transformation of neglected buildings and spaces on 21 residential, commercial and public space plots, into cultural hubs designed to highlight the city’s innovation and creativity in industries such as architecture, textiles, fashion and film, all of which are a key part of the city’s heritage.
Set between the city centre and the leafy suburb of Oliwa, till now Wrzeszcz has possibly been better-known as the childhood home of Nobel prize-winning author Günter Grass. However, its patchwork of architectural styles also offer a telling glimpse into the chronology of the city.