“Poland.Architecture” exhibition

Implementation of Horizone Studio among the 20 most interesting projects promoting Poland abroad

The selection of 20 buildings that will represent contemporary Polish architecture was made by architecture critics led by Ewa Porębska – editor-in-chief of “Architektura-murator”.

The news of Horizone Studio’s participation pleases us all the more because all buildings completed in Poland in recent years, by both Polish and foreign architects, were taken into consideration.

The distinctive graphic design of the exhibition was created by the esteemed graphic designer of the young generation Edgar Bak and his team, and the exhibition is accompanied by a short story written especially for its purposes by the excellent Polish writer Sylwia Chutnik. The exhibition is curated by Ewa Porębska.

The exhibition presents 20 unique, newly built or revitalized buildings, portrayed by the most prominent Polish architectural photographers. The architectural photographs are accompanied by reportage photographs, sketches, drawings and quotations, showing selected buildings in the context of important Polish historical events.

List of 20 buildings presented in the exhibition:

  1. the European Solidarity Center in Gdansk, by PPW FORT sp. z o.o.
  2. the Mieczyslaw Karlowicz Philharmonic in Szczecin, authors: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
  3. the Gdansk Shakespeare Theater, authors: design group A.T.I. (Temporary Entrepreneurial Association), architect Renato Rizzi – Pro.Tec.O. s.c.r.l.
  4. revitalization of the Central Railway Station in Wroclaw, authors: Grupa 5 Architekci
  5. NOSPR – National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, by Konior Studio.
  6. the Ericpol office building in Lodz, by: HORIZONE Studio
  7. the Wrocław Congress Center at the Centennial Hall in Wrocław, by VROA Architekci and ch+ architekci
  8. the Arena Gdansk Stadium, by: the Consortium Stadion Gdansk – RKW Rhode Kellerman Wawrowsky GmbH + Co. Kg. RKW Rhode Kellerman Wawrowsky Polska sp. z o.o., HPP International Planungsgesellschaft mbH.
  9. expansion of the Frederic Chopin Museum in Żelazowa Wola, authors: Stelmach and Partners Biuro Architektoniczne sp. z o.o.
  10. city harbor in Bydgoszcz, authors: APA Rokiccy
  11. Scientific Information Center and Academic Library in Katowice, by: HS99
  12. passenger terminal of Lublin Airport in Świdnik, authors: ARÉ Stiasny / Wacławek
  13. Tadeusz Kantor Art Documentation Center Cricoteka in Cracow, authors: IQ2 Consortium: nsMoonStudio sp. z o.o. + Wizja sp. z o.o.
  14. Pixel 1 office building, authors: JEMS Architekci
  15. Gate of Poznań ICHOT in Poznań, by AD ARTIS Emerla Wojda sp. j.
  16. the Malopolska Garden of Art in Cracow, by Ingarden & Ewý Architects.
  17. the New Silesian Museum in Katowice, by: Riegler Riewe Architekten
  18. the 19th District housing development in Warsaw, by: JEMS Architekci
  19. the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw, by: Rar-2 Laboratorium Architektury Jan Kubec
  20. the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, authors: Lahdelma & Mahlamäki (Finland), Kurylowicz & Associates (on the Polish side)

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