Often thought of nothing more than a post-industrial city Łódź, in fact, boasts an abundance of Art Nouveau.
Students from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków (southern Poland) have constructed the first mechanical rolling footbridge in Poland. The footbridge is 3.35 m long and is able to support weights of up to 200 kg, the university announced.
Białystok-born snapper Paweł Paniczko beat off competition from a record number of entries to make it through to the finals of the 2018 Architectural Photography Awards. He told TFN it was “a real distinction” to be shortlisted.
Warsaw architects have designed a house that will be submerged into its grassy environment. With a planned meadow roof and sloping ramps that give access in and out of the camouflaged home, the house sports a sleek spy vibe.
Erected in a neo-Renaissance style in 1885-1887, the Jewish prayer house was one of the city’s most imposing landmarks with a tower soaring 54 metres (177 feet) into the sky.
Architects invited primary school pupils to send in sketches of what they wanted their school to look like and merged the ideas with their design to build a ‘dream’ school for kids.
High-tech techniques allow artist’s work to transform a crumbling piece of city landscape.
In the desolate post-war new order, modernism was supposed to create new narratives of hope: for some, this was eternal freedom, of a New York Art Deco grandeur; for others, a strident Bolshevik equality.
Students of the Faculty of Architecture of the Silesian University of Technology (PŚ) in Gliwice, southern Poland, took first and second place in the international architectural competition #ValenciaCall for the design of social housing in Valencia.
World-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, who designed the Złota 44 residential tower in the heart of the Polish capital, has won the Warsaw City Prize.