• location: Warsaw / Poland, Wilcza street
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Aleksandra Nowak, Dorota Pala, Wojtek Funkiewicz, Magda Kołłątaj, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Natalia Krzeszowska, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik, Weronika Korpalska, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Wawrzyniak, Tomasz Budziński, Monika Muszyńska, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber
  • total area:  11 830 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2020
  • certification: LEED Gold
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Nate Cook
  • awards:
    • TOP Builder 2022;
    • The Plan Award 2021: winner in “Hospitality” category;
    • European Property Awards 2021-2022:
      • “Hotel Architecture Poland” winner;
      • “Hotel Interior Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “New Hotel Construction & Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “Bathroom Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • nominations in following categories: “Best New Hotel Construction & Design Europe”, “Best Hotel Interior Europe”, “Best Bathroom Design Europe”;
    • laureate of Architectural Award of POLITYKA 2020;
    • 1st place in “Hotel” category in Art in Architecture Festival along with Tacit Investment Polska S.A.

location: Warsaw / Poland
architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
associate architects: Rafał Stefanowski, Monika Rychlicka-Borzechowska, Magdalena Tamoń-Będkowska, Karolina Stejskał, Katarzyna Bobrowska, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Sokołowski
landscape architecture: KASS – ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
construction: PKBI
installations: AER Polska
fire protection: Janusz Woźniak
investor: Echo Investment
usable floor area: 13 300 sqm
design: 2019-2020
realization: under construction

The temporary exhibition pavilion is a functional object – framework for changing events associated with the Museum of Modern Art and the National Audiovisual Institute, as well as a symbolic object – a symbol, a sign recognizable in the changing context of different locations. Characteristic arches from the Museum of Modern Art by Christian Kerez’a are deliberately used in creating the form of the pavilion. The intention is for the pavilion to become a kind of announcement of new Museum, and then a satellite of operating facility. The Pavilion is an open space – to ensure full freedom of movement to the audience, vertical divisions weren’t used, the border of interior and exterior of the object isn’t defined. The pavilion takes the symbolic form of the gate, the transition of urban space into the space of art.Large “margin” for artists and curators is left to ensure flexibility in arranging of space pavilion. The measure of success of the planned artistic events is the “content” and the object itself is merely a flexible frame of these events and a formal symbol – a sign in the landscape.

  • location: Warsaw / Poland
  • project date: 2004
  • realization date: 2004