Nestled in green meadows and surrounded by lush forests, the house which features a distinctive curved silhouette reminiscent of a sea dune has been named ‘Best Single Family Residence’ in the latest edition of the European Property Awards.
The Orientarium ZOO Łódź has once again been honored with a prestigious award, this time winning the SARP 2023 Grand Prix – the most important architectural award in Poland.
Anna Zaranko’s translation of Chłopi has been described by the Times Literary Supplement as “a virtuosic new translation.”
Barbara Storey, the founder of SOS Polonia, an organization that helps Polish migrants settle into communities in the UK town of Southampton, was given the 4th class Polish National Honour for her work.
The depot in Kraków’s Czyżyny Park was praised at the third edition of the Green Cities Europe awards for its innovative value, overall design, biodiversity as well as the positive impact it has had on the environment.
Warsaw-based Professor Marzena Dębska, who has carried out over 140 operations on babies in the womb diagnosed with complex heart defects, received the 2022 Research “for her inspiring work on fetal cardiac interventions” from the Holm Schneider Foundation for Prenatal Therapy in Erlangen, Germany.
Renovated just four-years ago, Komierowo Palace finished in the top spot ahead of Ireland’s Blue Haven Hotel, and the Hotel Chesa Grischuna in Klosters, Switzerland.
The Warsaw-born actress was awarded for her leading role in 'It's Not Over', an Italian-Scottish thriller filmed in Scotland and directed by Italy’s Alessandro Riccardi.
Situated at the foot of the Tatra Mountains on a picturesque clearing near Giewont, the seven 80sqm houses were inspired by traditional shepherd's huts.
Every year, the tongue-in-cheek Ig Nobel awards, sometimes called the anti-Nobels, celebrate the most unusual scientific research. Although the awards are supposed to be funny, the research often has serious applications.