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Zlota 44

Zlota 44 Tower in Warsaw

Architect: Daniel Libeskind

Europe’s Tallest Residential Tower opens, a soaring 52 storey (192 m / 629 ft) tower taking ten years to complete, The arched façade rises to an apex creating a multi-level penthouse.

Varso Tower

Varso Tower in Warsaw

Design: Foster + Partners

The building of a development, Varso Towers, comprising three buildings including an office tower designed by Foster + Partners, has begun with completion expected for 2020.

CKK

CKK Jordanki Auditorium in Torun

Design: Menis

The most complex building to date by Spanish architect Fernando Menis: The interior is marked by the presence of the red brick, crashed and melted into concrete. Almost all the exterior is made of white concrete.

Nemo House by the Masurian Lakes

Nemo House by the Masurian Lakes

Design: Mobius Architekci Przemek Olczyk

Located within a picturesque landscape on a plot with direct access to the lake via a private beach. The building was designed to complete the land form on the spot, as well as to take full advantage of the impressive lake panorama.

Living-Garden House in Katowice

Living-Garden House in Katowice

Design: KWK Promes, architects

The building design attempts to redefine the single-family house to integrate architecture with nature. The classic household division into the living area, located in the ground floor and the sleeping area above is transformed into new typology.

Fence House

Fence House in Poznań

Design: mode:lina, architects

The lay-out of this building has been designed by its function. The parents and two children, wanted to live independently. Therefore it divides into separate areas – on the first floor allowing adults to enjoy peace, while kids can go crazy in their “own house”.

The Bunker of Arts

The Bunker of Arts in Krakow

Architects: KWK Promes

The proposal assumes restoration of the building’s original form and elimination of, what is deemed to be, all unnecessary additions. The new exhibition space has been placed underground to the front of the existing Gallery.