“The Solarlux Cabin House” restaurant designed by Polish architect Piotr Kuczia was awarded in the "Private Homes" category at the International Architecture Awards 2023 which aim to honor the best newly constructed buildings and projects from around the world in the field of architecture, urban planning, and landscape design.
Turning the used hotel soap into fresh new bars, beneficiaries of Jarosław Kędroń’s Resoap Project include an array of Polish orphanages, Ukrainian refugee organisations and, even, charitable missions as far afield as Cameroon.
Poland is prepared for a repeat of the environmental disaster that struck the River Odra last year, the climate and environment minister has said.
VIDEO: Combining the most intelligent, ecological and innovative technologies available, the house on the outskirts of Kraków is set to become one of Poland’s most ecological residences whilst simultaneously incorporating aspects of local myth and history into its design.
The reaction of the Polish authorities to the ecological catastrophe on the River Odra will be the subject of criminal proceedings by the country's prosecutor's office, Zbigniew Ziobro, the justice minister, announced on Wednesday.
A government minister has downplayed talk of a quick settlement to a dispute between Poland and the Czech Republic over the Turów lignite mine.
According to designer Agnieszka Białek’s website: “The concept uses new technologies and methods of creation and design. “The creative process was guided by ecological values, especially the limitation of degradation of natural ecosystems, allowing the coexistence of nature and architecture.
Unique to Poland, and possibly the world, the 3 million PLN project in Poznań will see former seating areas replaced by flowerbeds specifically intended to attract bees, and will be further embellished by nectar-bearing trees, sculptures, viewing points, water cascades and subtle lighting purposefully designed so as not to interfere with their activities.
Poland's main opposition party Civic Platform on Saturday presented its plan for combating the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Inspired by an initiative started in Ukraine, so far 40 cafes around the city have answered the eco-friendly call to donate used coffee grounds. If effective the coffee grounds will be used on main paths around the city and could become a mainstay of the city’s strategy for maintaining the accessibility of Kraków’s parks in winter.