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Polish Architects – Design Offices
Key Architectural Studios in Poland – Design Practices Eastern Europe
post updated 17 Feb 2020
Polish Architects Offices
Polish Architect – Architect Listings
This page contains a selection of major Polish architects, with links to individual practice pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key Polish Architects, but additions are always welcome. The focus is on contemporary architects in Poland but information on traditional architecture studios is also welcome.
Currently the most notable architecture practice are Zvi Hecker and KWK promes, both studios well known outside Poland.
Additions for the Polish Architecture Studios page welcome
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Links to Polish Architect Studio Information – Architecture offices listed alphabetically by surname
Major Polish Architect Practices
Zvi Hecker Architekt
born Krakow, Poland
Polish Architecture Offices
Ingarden & Ewy – Architekci (Krakow)
Polish Architect Studios featured on this site but not listed in architect practice section
Kurylowicz and Asociates
More architects practices in Poland online soon
Additional Polish architects studios welcome : please mail images (min. 72 DPI and 900 pixels wide) with architect practice profile to us at the e-mail address below.
Location: Poland, Eastern Europe
Polish Architect Office
The Polish architects office KWK Promes was appreciated by the internationally well known and acclaimend architectural historian and critic Hans Ibelings in his new book European Architecture since 1890.
KWK Promes is the only Polish architects studio that Ibelings mentions in the architecture after 1989 part. As the critic says, Robert Konieczny’s office represents a conceptual approach on a concept-follows-program and placed on a par with such eminent architects offices as Mansilla-Tunón or Lacaton & Vassal.
Zlota 44 Warsaw
Studio Daniel Libeskind
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Zlota 44 Warsaw
This 192m high tower, will be a luxury apartment building at the very heart of Warsaw. Dubbed the “Glass Wing” because of its sweeping glass façade and bending walls, Zlota 44 will bring life and brightness to the city center. The impressive, 54-story edifice will house 251 fully finished and equipped apartments with facilities such as concierge service, sun terrace, 25m long steel swimming pool, sauna and spa. Its spectacular form, environmentally friendly technology and ultra modern architecture will make it one of the most innovative and groundbreaking projects ever offered in Poland.
Lilium Tower, Warsaw
Zaha Hadid Architects
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Embassy Building in Warsaw : architecture competition win
Topaz Building, Warsaw
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Additions for the Polish Architect Offices – Design Studios Poland page welcome