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Polish Buildings : Architecture in Poland

Key Contemporary Developments + Buildings in Poland, Europe

post updated 16 October 2021


Buildings in Poland

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Polish Buildings. We aim to include top quality and interesting Polish buildings.

We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Poland. The focus is on contemporary Polish buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

We have 3 pages of Polish Architecture selections.

Polish Architecture : news + key projects

Polish Building Developments : A-G

Polish Building Designs : H-N

Polish Buildings : O-Z (this page)

Polish Buildings – Key Projects

Architecture in Poland – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Office building with shopping mall, Warsaw
Design: MJZ – Maciej Jakub Zawadzki
Office building with shopping mall Warsaw - Polish Buildings
image from MJZ
Office building with shopping mall Poland – 9 Jan 2012
The south of Warsaw is a chaotical neighbourhood with different architecture styles, varying building heights and a big amount of green areas that spread between them without any clearly defined shape and order.

PKO Bank Polski Private Banking
Architects: Robert Majkut Design
PKO Bank Polski Private Banking - Polish Buildings
photograph from architects firm
Polish Bank Building – 8 Dec 2011
The architects, in cooperation with PKO Bank Polski, developed a project for private banking, offered to a selected group of the Bank’s clients. The designer’s task was to create a concept of interior design corresponding to the prestigious offer of the Bank as well as being consistent with previously elaborated visual identification of PKO Bank Polski Private Banking.

Warsaw Office Tower Building
Design: schmidt hammer lassen architects
Office Tower in Warsaw - Polish Buildings
image from architects office
Office Tower Warsaw – 22 Nov 2011
schmidt hammer lassen architects has won the international architectural competition to design a 188 meter office tower in the financial district of central Warsaw, Poland. The 60,000 m2 high-rise building is to replace the existing ‘Ilmet’ building and will stand out as a modern landmark clearly identifiable in the Warsaw skyline by its unique elegant shape and appearance.

Building Designs in Poland, alphabetical:

OUTrial House, Ksíazenice
Design: KWK Promes
OUTrial House
picture from architecture practice
OUTrial House
A green clearing surrounded by forest was the only context for the proposed small house. Hence the idea to “carve out” a piece of the grass-covered site, move it up and treat it as the roofing to arrange all the required functions underneath.

Park Swiatla
Design: Think Place
Park Swiatla - Polish Buildings
image from architect office
Warsaw Development
The site occupies a prominent position on the main road into the city centre when arriving from the Park Swiatla. Think Place won the project following an international competition last November.

Science and Musical Education Center
Design: Konior Studio
SYMPHONY Katowice - Polish Buildings
picture from architecture studio
SYMPHONY Katowice Building
Musical Academy in it’s final shape, after extension carried out in 2005-07, creates a new fragment of the city’s dense urban structure. The new building consists of two main blocks housing respectively administration and library rooms, and auditorium hall.

Spectra Building, Warsaw
Design: JEMS Architekci
Spectra Building
picture from architects practice
Polish office building
Four rectangular blocks with four and five storeys accommodating offices are set on an elevated ground-floor podium around an internal courtyard garden. That level groups together a number of amenities accessible to all users of the building, and provides circulation between the offices.

Topaz Building, Warsaw
Design: JEMS Architekci
Topaz Building
picture from architect
Polish building
It forms part of a complex of three office buildings that organize the streetside quarter space. Seven repeatable office floors are designed on asymmetrical H plan, with a centrally situated core and a variable layout of two-bay and three-bay structures.

Warsaw Airport
Design: Estudio Lamela Arquitectos
Warsaw Airport - Polish Buildings
photo © Estudio Lamela
Polish Airport building
The architectural project presented by Estudio Lamela architects has won the International competition launched by PPL, (Polish Airport Authority) to expand and refurbish the “Fryderyk Chopin International Airport” in Warsaw, Poland.

Wroclaw Expo Design
Design: architect Vincent Guallart
Wroclaw Building
image from architect studio
Polish Building Conceptual Design
Wroclaw city, candidate to celebrate the Expo 2012, has selected from the architect Vincent Guallart a building, as the main one of the Expo. The Guallart master plan has been awarded in the contest and the organizers decided to incorporate his main building to the candidature.

Warsaw Museum of Modern Art Contest
Design: Studio Nicoletti Associati
Warsaw Museum of Modern Art
image from architect
Warsaw Museum of Modern Art
Architecture Competition Poland

Zlota 44 Warsaw
Design: Studio Daniel Libeskind
Zlota 44 Warsaw - Polish Buildings
picture © Aldinger & Wolf
Zlota 44 Warsaw

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Open-Air Museum of Rural Architecture – Admin Building, Opole
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Royal Netherlands Embassy Building, Warsaw

Erick van Egeraat Architects

Safe House
KWK Promes

University of Technology – The Integrated Student Centre, Wroclaw
Manufaktura Nr 1

Warsaw Spire – skyscraper building
Jaspers Eyers & Partners

Zlota 44 tower, Warsaw – see link at top of page
Studio Daniel Libeskind

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Polish Solidarity Centre Architecture Competition, Gdansk
Winner: Fort, Poland
Polish Solidarity Centre
image from architect
Polish Architecture Competition

Motlawa Apartments International Open Competition, Gdansk, Poland
Gdansk Architecture Competition
image from organiser
Old Town area in Gdansk: Polish architecture competition for architects / students

Polish Embassy Building : Tony Fretton Architects

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