Museum Of The History Of Polish Jews / Lahdelma & Mahlamäki + Kuryłowicz & Associates. Image © Pawel Paniczko

Gallery of Lahdelma & Mahlamäki’s Polish Museum Wins Inaugural Finlandia Prize - 5

museum of the history of polish jews - warsaw - lahdelma + mahlamäki + kuryłowicz - 2013 - photo pawel paniczko

The Central Museum of Textiles in Łódź - Piotrkowska 282, 93-034 Łódź, Poland

The Central Museum of Textiles in Łódź - Piotrkowska Łódź, Poland

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Design Miami/Basel 2013: Resting Upon Imagination

A Parametric Chair design Named Steam 11 and 12 by Korean designer Bae Se-hwa. A new seating pieces for Bae Sehwa furniture collection.

Wola Gasworks Factory (now Abandoned) in the Wola District, former Dworska St (today Kasprzaka St), Warsaw, Poland, built in 1886-1888. After the outbreak of WW II the Gasworks halted operations as its buildings suffered severe damage. In June 1945 the Gasworks resumed gas production after having reconstruction work done and operated until 1978. Today, the building of the former machine room has been converted into the Gas Industry Museum and admission to the Museum is free.

Wola Gasworks Factory (now Abandoned) in the Wola District, former Dworska St (today Kasprzaka St), Warsaw, Poland, built in 1886-1888. After the outbreak of WW II the Gasworks halted operations as its buildings suffered severe damage. In June 1945 the Gasworks resumed gas production after having reconstruction work done and operated until 1978. Today, the building of the former machine room has been converted into the Gas Industry Museum and admission to the Museum is free.

Lodz, Polnad.  The engine and boiler buildings comprising the power plant of the former Karl Scheibler's factory complex are one of the few examples of Art Nouveau architecture in Poland. They were erected in 1910 according to Alfred Frisch' design.

The engine and boiler buildings comprising the power plant of the former Karl Scheibler's factory complex are one of the few examples of Art Nouveau architecture in Poland. They were erected in 1910 according to Alfred Frisch' design.

E. Wedel (Cadbury-Wedel) confectionery factory build 1934, Warsaw, Poland

E. Wedel (Cadbury-Wedel) confectionery factory build 1934, Warsaw, Poland

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