Rich in detail and visually arresting, Tytus Brzozowski’s 375sq/m mural covering a WHOLE BUILDING was painted almost entirely with anti-smog paints and purposefully created to neutralize nitrogen oxides and other pollutants. As with his previous large format projects, the mural is a dreamlike tribute to the surrounding area, with several iconic buildings presented from the past and the present.
Covered in broken crockery, the quarter of a kilometer face of the now defunct Żerań car factory in the capital’s Praga district is being hailed as ‘a memento of engineering solutions’.
Warsaw is to receive Europe’s largest network of sensors for air-quality monitoring after a deal signed between the capital’s city hall and Kraków air-quality analysis company Airly.
Among other things, the investment – set to be carried out over the course of the next three-years – will include major renovations on six houses, the reconfiguration of electricity, water and sewage networks, as well as a full modernization of energy solutions.
Skanska, a real estate and construction group, has sold an office building in Warsaw for EUR 285 million, the largest sale in the office sector in Central Europe in 2021.
The 500-plus photos taken by Adolf Duszek in the 1950s show both the centre of Warsaw and the photographer’s home district of Bielany.
The project by real-estate developer Yareal will be Poland’s largest project to assume a widespread application for discarded wind turbine blades in its design, transforming them into elements of public use in communal areas, such as outdoor seating.
The world-first discovery which came during research of samples of bacteria from King George Island 120km off the coast of Antarctica can help stop coral extinctions.
The National Museum in Warsaw has unveiled to the public for the first time a collection of works by renowned artist Marc Chagall.
The UNESCO recognised tradition of making stunningly intricate and colourful models of nativity scenes set within the Kraków cityscape dates back to the 19th century when the idea was initiated one winter among local unemployed bricklayers and carpenters.