Taking into account such pressing factors as climate change and accessibility the awards highlighted some of the capital’s ground-breaking and imaginative designs.
The bones of a prehistoric animal have been found at the site of the future Brodno metro station in Warsaw's eastern Brodno district. Initial estimates put the time the aurochs lived at 6,000 B.C., Warsaw Town Hall announced on Thursday.
A landmark building on Warsaw’s Foksal Street the tenements have undergone a massive and painstaking restoration process.
The new-look building comes packed full of the latest technology that sets it a million-miles apart from its predecessor.
Cities are living, breathing places, with their architecture bearing witness to some of the most dramatic moments in history. With over 80 places of historic value now being added to the register, TFN takes a look at some of the new entries and the stories behind them.
The CDT store is comprised of several workshop rooms equipped with robots, 3D printers and the latest technical novelties, where both children and adults can develop their digital skills. In addition, some of the most recognizable Polish start-ups, such as Sidly, Estimote, Photon and Cosmotech 3D presented their products. The exhibition is open to visitors after registering online.
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.
Scores of firefighters battled the blaze 100 metres above the ground for hours in a dramatic operation to save the building.
Known as the Spiderman from Silesia, Banot who has over 178,000 followers on his YouTube channel was arrested for public disorder after reaching the top where he was greeted by waiting police officers.