Blank Studio are celebrating after two of their projects were awarded for their wayfinding systems by the prestigious Red Dot Design Awards.
The Polish funds and regional policy minister has said that nearly 100,000 investments, co-financed by the EU and worth PLN 550 billion (EUR 119.5 billion), have been completed during the current EU financial perspective.
The EU's Erasmus+ educational programme has financed 521 environmental projects worth EUR 23.5 million in Poland in the past two years, according to a report by the Polish National Agency for the Erasmus Programme.
Michał Paczyński from the town of Iłża near Radom beat off competition from hundreds of entries across the world to take first place at the International Impact Creators Competition in San Francisco organised by Intel.
The first of its kind project in the world saw Olsztyn-based firm SmartKey develop a system which gave emergency service vehicles access to gated communities and other restricted access areas.
Poland has 58 approved projects under the European Fund for Strategic Investments, the finance minister said on Tuesday.
Łódź mayor Hanna Zdanowska said that “at a time when the whole world is facing a pandemic, the market in Łódź continues to grow and projects such as [this] strengthen our city’s position on the economic map of Poland and Europe.”
Dating from the town’s earliest days, the Old Town Square boomed during the city’s rapid 19th century industrialization but fell into neglect after WWII. Looking increasingly decrepit as the years have passed, this once vital swathe of Łódź now stands on the edge of a bright, new dawn.
Photography duo Jadwiga and Marek Czarnecki took over 1,700 individual photographs of the Toruń skyline before electronically stitching them together to create the incredible panoramat. Zooming in, even the smallest details can be observed, with highlights including the Sailor’s Gate, the soaring steeple of the Church of the Holy Spirit, the solid dimensions of St. John’s Cathedral and the city defensive walls running along the bottom.
Poland and Ukraine are working together in a RRTB project aimed at reducing the risk of tuberculosis (TB) epidemiology in the border areas of the two countries, Funds and Regional Policy Ministry said in a Saturday statement.