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Adolf Szyszko-Bohusz, photo: Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe (NAC) / National Digital Archives
An architect, restorer and designer. One of the most prominent Polish architects of the first half of the 20th century. Influenced primarily by academic art, he designed buildings with traditional Polish features as well as buildings with characteristics of the height of modernism. He was the chief restorer of the Wawel Hill in Cracow and the Royal Castle in Warsaw.
Krzysztof Ingarden & Jacek Ewý, building of the Polish Pavilion for Expo 2005 in Nagoya Aichi in Japan, photo press materials.
The Lesser Poland Garden of Art, the Polish Embassy in Tokyo, the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, the Polish Pavilion for the Expo 2005 exhibition in Aichi – these are just a few of the characteristic creations by the Kraków architects Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewý.

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27aug'14

Soon, the European Solidarity Centre will start welcoming its first guests. At its core it a permanent multimedia exhibition. It carries the story of the Solidarity and other opposition movements... Read more »

22aug'14

Culture.pl presents a guide of a phantom city - a Warsaw that no longer exists. Read more »
Cover of Warszawa - Get Your Head Around the City guidebook, photo: courtesy of the authors
If you are still in shock that Warsaw residents are more satisfied with their city than Parisians, these subjective guides to Warsaw will reveal the reasons why it inspires such love. Read more »

1aug'14

Museum's gallery space seen from the perspective of Marszałkowska Street; photo courtesy of MSN/TR
“Third time's a charm,” said Warsaw's president, Hanna Gronkiewicz, referring to the project's turbulent history as American architect Thomas Phifer was announced as the designer of two new cultural... Read more »

30jul'14

Kulturmanufaktur in Berlin, photo by Easst.com
Construction work on Kulturmanufaktur, a new cultural centre in East Berlin’s Lichtenberg district, kicks off in 2015 and is scheduled to be finished by 2016. The project to adapt the function and... Read more »

17jul'14

Detroit, 2013, fot. wolne zasoby
Although separated by thousands of kilometres, both are prime examples of deindustrialization. How do they deal with it? What solutions do artists suggest? Read more »

10jul'14

Digital visualisation of the house to be build in Kawkowo by Weronika Siwiec & Staś Kamionka, photo: courtesy of the designers
There are a growing number of individuals and building associations in Poland who build with the raw materials of the earth. Read more »

25jun'14

On the sound stage of the 12th SURVIVAL Art Review in Wroclaw, the mysterious RSS B0YS and Gerard Lebik with Migul A. Garcia will present their latest sound installations. Read more »

23jun'14

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Every year the British magazine Wallpaper, one of the most famous journals in the world dedicated to architecture and design, publishes a list of the 20 most promising and talented architecture... Read more »

9jun'14

Visualisation by 2PM studio, winner of the competition for the Polish pavilion at the Expo 2015, photo: courtesy of the organisers
Piotr Musiałowski, co-founder of the Warsaw-based studio 2PM, will design the Polish Pavilion at the Expo 2015 in Milan. The architect's indoor orchard idea prevailed against 59 competitors. Read more »

23may'14

Culture.pl has peeked into the interiors of the newly raised Szczecin Philharmonic. Designed by a Spanish-Italian duo, Estudio Barozzi Veiga, the new venue is one of the most original buildings in... Read more »

25apr'14

Małopolska Garden of Arts , designed by architects Ingarden & Ewý  - award"Building of the year 2012" in the Culture category, photo © Krzysztof Ingarden / ArchDaily
The Małopolska Garden of Arts, a cultural center in Kraków, was awarded the A ' Design Platinum Award for best design 2013-2014 in the category of "Architecture, Building and Structure Design",... Read more »

16apr'14

The co-author of the newly opened exhibit at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Professor Barbara Engelking gave a lecture in which she explained the institution's choices in representing the... Read more »

14apr'14

Organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the Poland. Come and Complain campaign is among the nominees for the title of Social Campaign of the Year 2013. Read more »

11apr'14

The refurbished “Holy Father John Paul II Family Home” museum in Wadowice has been opened. Read more »

17feb'14

In connection to the opening of the new headquarters of the European Solidarity Centre (Europejskie Centrum Solidarności - ECS), 2014 will be full of events promoting the building itself as well as... Read more »

6feb'14

CNN has selected Europe’s 12 most impressive metro stations. Plac Wilsona, Warsaw, Poland is among them. Read more »

24jan'14

PGE Górnictwo i Energetyka Konwencjonalna S.A. in Bełchatów, photo: www.archdaily.com Read more »

22jan'14

In 2014, Poland's landscape will become richer in museums, theatres and auditoriums, all built anew by prominent architects. Find out what we are expecting and excited to see this year Read more »