Origami House with nomination in EU Mies Award 2022

We are pleased to announce that our Origami House has been nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award. This is one of the most important distinctions in the field of contemporary architecture in Europe. The prize is awarded every two years.

The very nomination in this prestigious competition is a great reason for us to be happy! We are glad that the project of such a small scale has been noticed by the Jurors.

Thank you for this distinction and congratulations to the other nominees. In the next step, the most interesting projects will be assessed and verified by the international Jury.

Pierwsza Dzielnica (the First District) in the final phase of works

Pierwsza Dzielnica fot. TDJ Estate sp. z o. o.
Pierwsza Dzielnica fot. TDJ Estate sp. z o. o.

The First District is an open estate, integrating with the Culture Zone, and in the future, along with the construction of the next stages of the investment, also with Bogucice district. Terraces and seats as well as stairs connecting the street level with the building are created at different levels of the ground around the buildings. Soon the buildings will be surrounded by ornamental grasses, shrubs and trees. Please visit the photo gallery on the project webpage.

Hotel Nobu one of the winner of the POLITYKA Architectural Award

fot. Teodor Klepczyński/POLITYKA

Hotel Nobu Warsaw is among the honorable group of winners of the POLITYKA Architectural Award. We are grateful for this award! Congratulations also to the grand prix winner and co-winners.

Nowy Rynek (New Market) in Poznan has been put into use

Nowy Rynek bud. D
fot. Przemek Turlej

Building D of the Nowy Rynek project in Poznań, which is the fourth and fifth stage of the office, commercial, service and residential complex, has been put into use. We invite you to see photos by Przemek Turlej on the project website: Nowy Rynek, building D.

View from Kościuszki street

fot. Szymon Król

Brooklyn, Detroit…? No, it’s our Katowice. .KTW towers placed in a historical context from the perspective of the city’s longest street.

Our architecture as a sign of the new times, but respecting the past and very consciously growing into the fabric of the city. Just as Szymon Król illustrated it in this photo.

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