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Krystyna Mine Shaft

FUZJA – stage 4

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Milionowa 4B
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil,Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Marcin Lech, Aleksandra Rodo-Krasnokucka, Anna Fus, Katarzyna Klimasz, Bożena Wróbel, Jagoda Kus, Marija Gawąd, Ewa Zielonka – Mossoczy, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Tymoteusz Sapa
  • construction: Industria Project
  • industries: Industria MEP
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • facade design: Studio Profil
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work program: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 1 681 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization: 2023
  • certification: BREEAM 2016 New Construction: Commercial – very good (interim)
  • investment website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/

Upper One

  • Location: Poland, Warsaw, al. Jana Pawła II 23
  • Architects of Medusa Group + MHM: Łukasz Zagała, Przemo Łukasik, Florian Molzbichler, Sebastian Haselsteiner
  • Associate architects: Dawid Beil, Miłosława Niezgoda, Aleksandra Nowak, Marko Maric, Magdalena Tamoń – Będkowska, Monika Rychlicka – Borzechowska, Maciej Rudecki, Joanna Jakimiuk, Magdalena Cichosz, Katarzyna Bobrowska, Patrycja Stołtny – Sapko, Natalia Duczmal, Jacek Pisarczyk, Kamil Szołtysek, Michał Sokołowski, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Michał Gawron, Damian Mikrut, Adil Krasniqi
  • Construction: Buro Happold
  • Installations: Buro Happold
  • Facade design: Studio Profil
  • Investor: STRABAG Real Estate
  • General contractor: STRABAG
  • Office area: c.a. 35 900 sqm
  • Design: 2019 – 2022

TDJ

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Twarda 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Sołjan, Anna Szuba-Białas, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Michał Laskowski
  • usable floor area: 528,08 sqm
  • investor: TDJ sp. z o.o.
  • design: 2020
  • realization: 2020/2021
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

CD Projekt

Office and administration building with underground garage and landscaping

  • Location: Poland, Warsaw, Żerań
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Wojciech Funkiewicz, Magdalena Kołłątaj, Jan Wichrowski, Marta Boryczka, Agnieszka Kuczyńska, Agnieszka Majcher-Lisowicz, Michał Sokołowski, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur
  • Investor: CD PROJEKT S.A.
  • Landscape architecture: Florabo, KASS
  • Construction and installations: WSP Polska
  • Facade design: Studio Profil
  • Roads: Civil Transport Designers s.c.
  • Fire protection: PROTECT
  • Usable floor area:: 5611,12 sqm
  • Design: 2020-2022
  • Realization: under construction

The designed building is characterised by a simple cuboidal form, which results from the assumption adopted at the initial design stage of the least aggressive interference with the surroundings and the emphasis on maximum efficiency and flexibility of the designed volume from the point of view of the facility’s purpose.

The building’s architecture uses economical means of expression, but at the same time is an individual and original spatial composition that corresponds to the guidelines of the WZiZT Decision. The form of the building is the result of optimising the usable space in its interior, which has been designed to provide a functional and efficient arrangement. The adopted depth of the tracts and the division of the windows create many possibilities of configuration and ways of dividing the space depending on the Investor’s needs, at the same time ensuring excellent access to daylight for all the office rooms.

The building has six usable above-ground levels, two underground levels and a technical zone and a utility zone on the roof.

The designed building is intended to provide a modern, functional and maximally flexible space for comfortable office work, taking into account the specific working conditions of the video games industry, and to meet the Investor’s ambitions to create architecture that will be a showpiece of the future CD Projekt campus. The activation of a degraded, post-industrial district of Warsaw, openness towards its inhabitants, emphasis on pro-ecological and low-emission solutions as well as responsibility and care for nature, which the Investor is guided by when initiating this project, will constitute the basic design assumptions for the subsequent stages of the investment. This concept is an attempt at a comprehensive response to the design problem posed in such a way, taking into account the demands of the Investor at every stage and in every aspect of the facility’s life and within the framework of all the trades involved in its implementation.

The building is environmentally friendly, which manifests itself, among other things, in low energy consumption, low emissions into the atmosphere, the use of appropriate environmentally friendly building materials and technical equipment. At the stage of this project, an office function was initially assumed on each above-ground floor, with office and conference functions on the ground floor.

.KTW

  • location: Al. Roździeńskiego 1, Katowice / Poland
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Dawid Beil, Łukasz Pieszka, Aleksandra Nowak, Kuba Pudo, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Klaudia Matura, Mariusz Okrajek, Aleksandra Weber, Paulina Witaszczyk, Mateusz Florczak, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar, Piotr Dećko, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Dorota Pala, Anna Struska, Daria Cieślak, Seweryn Wróblewski, Michał Bienek, Tomasz Toczek
  • interior architects: Katarzyna Chobot, Mateusz Florczak, Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Klaudia Matura, Aleksandra Nowak, Mariusz Okrajek, Łukasz Pieszka, Jakub Pudo, Paulina Skalska, Tomasz Toczek, Aleksandra Weber, Paulina Witaszczyk
  • landscape architects: Katarzyna Chobot, Mateusz Florczak, Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Klaudia Matura, Aleksandra Nowak, Mariusz Okrajek, Łukasz Pieszka, Jakub Pudo, Paulina Skalska, Tomasz Toczek, Aleksandra Weber, Paulina Witaszczyk Seweryn Wróblewski, Krzysztof Kass (Kass – Architektura krajobrazu)
  • construction: Firma Inżynierska STATYK, Katowice
  • installations: CE Group, Gliwice; Instac, Stara Iwiczna
  • facade design: Studio Profil, Warszawa
  • fire protection: Janusz Siata
  • signage: Magdalena Odrzywolska, Joanna Katańska, Maria Jaksik-Fikus
  • signage realization: Kolektyff (stage 1), Studio Bardzo (stage 2)
  • investor: TDJ Estate Sp. z o.o.
  • usable floor area: 62 000 m²
  • design: 2016
  • realization:
    • 1st tower: 2018;
    • 2nd tower: 2022
  • certification:
    • BREEAM Excellent,
    • WELL – Health-Safety
  • photographs: Szymon Król, Juliusz Sokołowski, Wojciech Radwański, Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • awards:
    • CIJ Awards Poland 2022 in category: Best National Office Development of the Year,
    • Prime Property Prize 2022 in Architecture category,
    • European Property Awards 2022 in Commercial High-rise Architecture category,
    • Honourable mention in the 4th edition of the “Object of the Year in Aluprof Systems 2022” competition
    • SARP (the Association of Polish Architects) Award of the Year 2022 in the category “office, education or administration building”,
    • 2nd place and the audience award in the “Object of the Year in Aluprof systems” competition.

FUZJA – stage 4

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Milionowa 4-4A
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Aleksandra Rodo-Krasnokucka, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Marcin Lech, Karolina Kossmann, Magdalena Cąkała, Paulina Kałużna-Stawinoga, Anna Fus, Katarzyna Klimasz, Bożena Wróbel, Jagoda Kus, Marija Gawąd, Ewa Zielonka – Mossoczy, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Tymoteusz Sapa
  • construction: Industria Structure
  • industries: Industria MEP
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • facade design: Studio Profil
  • signage: Joanna Katańska
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work programme: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area:
    • building C: 8 987,4 sqm
    • building D: 9 397,1 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization: 2022
  • certification: BREEAM 2016 New Construction: Commercial – Excellent (interim)
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/
Fuzja - buildings C and D

Nowy Rynek (New Market)

Wave

Brama Miasta (City Gate)

  • location:Poland, Łódź, ul. Kilińskiego
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Małgorzata Spyra, Agnieszka Szewera-Drozda, Mateusz Skalski, Maciej Spiess, Małgorzata Kasińska, Anna Przybyłka, Damian Langer, Seweryn Wróblewski, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar, Krzysztof Weber, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski, Katarzyna Chobot
  • investor: SKANSKA
  • construction: Industria Project
  • installations: CE Group, BZB Projekt (administrative procedures)
  • facade design: Studio Profil
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • comic authors: Tomasz Kaczkowski + Kolektyf
  • signage: Joanna (Sowula) Katańska
  • total area: 40 000 sqm
  • design: 2015-2017
  • realization:
    • building A: 2020
    • building B: 2019
  • certification: LEED · Core and Shell (v2009) · Gold
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • awards:
    • ICONIC Awards 2020 / Innovative Architecture
    • Property Design Awards 2020
    • “Modern Pearl of Lodz” during the 5th edition of the plebiscite Perły Łodzi

Wadowicka 3

MidPoint 71

DOT Office F

  • location: Cracow / Poland, Podole Street
  • investor: BUMA INWESTOR 25
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Agnieszka Morga, Aleksandra Rodo-Krasnokucka, Jagoda Kus, Lechosław Słomka, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Ewa Zielonka-Mossoczy, Karolina Szczygieł, Marta Rejniak, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Piotr Dećko
  • construction: TEQUM sp. z o.o., Kraków
  • installations: TEQUM sp. z o.o., Kraków
  • facade design: Buma Factory
  • landscape design: Kass – Architektura Krajobrazu
  • fire protection: Janusz Siata
  • signage: Joanna Rodo / Kolektyf
  • usable floor area:  17 760 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2019
  • certification: BREEAM · International 2013 New Construction: Offices · Excellent
  • photographs: BUMA

FUZJA (Fusion)

Silesia Business Park

TDJ

DOT Office G

London Empire House

Q22

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, Q22 building – 35th floor
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Agnieszka Pliwka, Natalia Krzeszowska, Anna Szuba-Białas, Marta Kwolek, Tomasz Budziński, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski
  • graphics: Kolektyf
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 866,06 sqm
  • design: 2016-2017
  • realization: 2017
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

DOT Office

  • location: Poland, Cracow, ul. Czerwone Maki
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Agnieszka Morga, Lechosław Słomka, Aleksandra Rodo, Renata Szymik, Katarzyna Kruszenko, Sabina Sieczkowska, Michał Sokołowski
  • investor: BUMA INWESTOR 6 spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością S.K.A
  • total area: 44 878 sqm
  • usable floor area: 21 394 sqm
  • design: 2014
  • realization: 2017
  • cerification: BREEAM · International 2013 New Construction: Offices · Excellent
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Nowa Fabryczna

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Składowa / Nowowęglowa
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Adamczyk, Mateusz Skalski, Konrad Basan, Maciej Spiess, Tymon Czyżewski, Damian Langer, Seweryn Wróblewski
  • construction: figura.team
  • industries: Elsanteam (water and sewerage), eNNpro (electrics), WN-PROJEKT (hvac), BZB Projekt (administrative procedures)
  • investor: Skanska
  • floor area: 21 300 sqm
  • design: 2015
  • realization: 2017
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk, Skanska’s materials
  • awards: distinction in the competition “Object of the year in Aluprof systems”
  • certification: LEED · Core and Shell (v2009) · Gold

CU Office

Koszyki Hall – office lounges

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • interior design of common areas of office buildings : Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • office building architecture: JEMS Architekci
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • floor area: 1 180 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski
  • awards:
    • Property Design Awards 2018 – special jury award,
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category ‘Interior Design – Shopping Centre’,
    • Architectural Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist.

TechPark Kanlux

  • Location: Poland, Radzionków
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Dorota Pala, Anna Struska, Michał Bienek, Bartłomiej Karaś, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Grzegorz Dalmata, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Adamczyk, Konrad Basan, Michał Sokołowski
  • Ivnestor: KPE Nieruchomości S.A.
  • Contractor: Milimex Sp. z o.o.
  • Construction: figura.team
  • Usable floor area: 900 m
  • Design: 2015
  • Realization: 2016
  • Photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • Awards:
    • Grand Prix and first prize in the “Object” category in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition.
    • European Property Awards 2017 – Best office architecture in Europe and Poland.

Cuprum Square

Dominikanski

Kapelanka 42

ING Bank interiors in Warsaw

Green Horizon

H2O

BKG office complex

Tenement house Kościuszki 55

Infinite Dreams

Concept design of office building in Poznan

Office buildings complex Olivia in Gdansk

 

 

Roedl & Partner

Office building complex in Warsaw

Galeria Poludnie retail complex

Click5 interiors

Aiut office building

Ente office building

Wasko office building

design and installations

SOS Shaft Krystyna

  • Location: Polnad, Bytom, Szombierki ul. Zabrzańska 7
  • Authors / initiators: Jan Wichrowski, Rafał Dziedzic, Michał Sokołowski, Przemo Łukasik
  • Cooperation / assistance: Dominik Sielski (production); Karol Boguś (production asistant); Przemek Potyka, Marcin Woźniak (lighting); Patryk Domałeczny, Szymon Wrodarczyk (sound); Grzegorz Orłowski (mountaineering support); Ra2nski, Marcin Lech, Adrian Mikos (photo/video); Łukasz Chmiel, Kajetan Wichrowski, Bartosz Łukasik (assistance with installation), Jacek Wichrowski (logistics support); Maciek Wichrowski (mountaineering equipment); Michał Pieczonka (transportation); Michał Tomczak (iGuzzini lighting); Miłosz Jaksik (www).
  • design: 2022
  • www: sos-szybkrystyna.pl

Brewery Gate Square

Atrium in ING Bank

Exhibition Treasures of Peru

Roadside shrine / cross in Bronowice

Creations from Nature

Showroom Maximum

Triangle

Kista bookcase

Coat hanger

Table

Art Pavilion

The temporary exhibition pavilion is a functional object – framework for changing events associated with the Museum of Modern Art and the National Audiovisual Institute, as well as a symbolic object – a symbol, a sign recognizable in the changing context of different locations. Characteristic arches from the Museum of Modern Art by Christian Kerez’a are deliberately used in creating the form of the pavilion. The intention is for the pavilion to become a kind of announcement of new Museum, and then a satellite of operating facility. The Pavilion is an open space – to ensure full freedom of movement to the audience, vertical divisions weren’t used, the border of interior and exterior of the object isn’t defined. The pavilion takes the symbolic form of the gate, the transition of urban space into the space of art.Large “margin” for artists and curators is left to ensure flexibility in arranging of space pavilion. The measure of success of the planned artistic events is the “content” and the object itself is merely a flexible frame of these events and a formal symbol – a sign in the landscape.

Tauron Nowa Muzyka (New Music) festival

Bus Stop

off festival 2007

Cinebox

EURshed

  • location: Danubian Dreams in Vratislava / Slovak Republic
  • project date: 2006

EUR Shed is an answer of how we imagine contemporary pavilion corresponding to the universal context. We tried to find out what is the universal context for the modern shed and what we got was the lack of context. But in some way lack of context is still a context. The context of uniformed and global world obsessed by consumption, transport and market. The EUR Shed is referring to those factors. We did use the uniform transportation palette as the repetitive basic element of the pavilion and the common plastic band used in shipping goods. This element is a part of mentioned above global context. Its an icon of the transport era and is easy recognizable in almost every country. Thus the EUR Shed fits different locations and due to its uniform character could be applied to any context. At the same time it represents also the most important for us features in designing space : its cheap, easy to install, flexible and recyclable. It could be easily mounted by two people, and the construction materials could be bought at the destination place and than could be sold after deconstruction without big loss of value. In a sense the transport of the shed is more transporting the user manual and the know-how than transporting real construction materials. This is also an open project that leaves a margin for individual modification concerning the shape, cover, roof protection and the flooring. The presented version is more a design manifesto representing our approach to designing than a real specified functional object.

Poland. Icons of architecture.

CCIFP Gala

‘4mm’ table

4mm is a project of a simple table made of 4mm folded cardboard.
the form creation method of the table is based on simplicity and the idea of using one cheap, recycled and accessible material – cardboard.

‘min 2’ table

A table is one of the most useful and ubiquitous things in the world of humankind. Its essence is based on its form; plate spread between a group of people fitting their anatomical body positions. The plate stress the relation; contact and separation. It also encourages daily activities; work and pleasure.

For many generations, vision of table has been passed on invariably. The diversity of materials used for building tables only influenced the esthetic point of view. Deeply rooted in constantly changing people minds, table image has had a less chance to develop; table top and four legs.

By analyzing the relation between the community of people and the table, we can perceive a slight change through time. In the past, strong family traditions helped to cultivate valuable customs. Family members used to start their day by sitting together at the big table to have breakfast.

On the same day, they finished they day together at the diner table exchanging they impressions of that day. The table used to be undoubtedly a tool connecting a group of people.

Nowadays however, the increasingly fast speed of life has caused people to neglect those gone family values and activities, which were favored by the table. In conclusion, table possess contemporary form unlike to its soul which is archaic.

Min 2 is mean for minimum of two people. Its idea is to counteract the negative situation of one lonely person siting at a table. The form creation method relies on the designing of common plate placed on the legs of sitting people. Its shape allows a maximum of four sits. The simple functional mode makes it impossible to take place alone. Min 2 teaches good manners, eases shyness and promotes cooperation. It can be used to consume light meal, to have a coffee or it can be used as a game table.

The combination of its cheep and simple production process with innovative features could guarantee its market success of this table.

‘3 boards’ chair

education

Campus Bemke, Primary School

Smart Innovation School

  • location: Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Łukasz Iwan, Paulina Słocińska, Łukasz Chmiel, Aleksandra Weber, Anna Gołyga, Kuba Świdziński, Jarek Przybyłka, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Sokołowski
  • investor: private
  • design: 2019

Akademeia High School in Warsaw

  • location: Poland, Warsaw – Wilanów, ul. Świętej Urszuli Ledóchowskiej 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Beata Bańka, Mariusz Okrajek, Anna Pawełczyk, Jarosław Przybyłka, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Konrad Basan, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski
  • signage & graphics: Kolektyf
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • construction: Firma Inżynierska STATYK
  • installations: Cegroup
  • total area: 4961 m²
  • photographs: Juliusz i Jędrzej Sokołowscy
  • design: 2015
  • realization: 2017
  • certification: LEED Platinum
  • awards:
    • ICONIC Awards 2020 / Innovative Architecture
    • European Property Award 2019 – 2020 – Grand Prix in the category: public building architecture
    • Nomination in European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019
    • Architectural Award of the Mayor of the City of Warsaw – the best public building
    • POLITYKA Architecture Award 2018 – distinction
    • SARP Award of the Year 2018 – distinction
    • Property Design Awards 2018 in the category Design – Interiors: Public Facilities

graphic design

katyn

Tag Heuer Jargo postcard

hospitality & leisure

Hotel Nobu Warsaw

  • location: Warsaw / Poland, Wilcza street
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Aleksandra Nowak, Dorota Pala, Wojtek Funkiewicz, Magda Kołłątaj, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Natalia Krzeszowska, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Weronika Korpalska, Anna Szuba, Anna Wawrzyniak, Tomasz Budziński, Monika Muszyńska, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber
  • total area:  11 830 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2020
  • certification: LEED · New Construction (v2009) · Gold
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Nate Cook
  • awards:
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards:
      • Best Luxury Lifestyle Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Design Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Conferences & Events Hotel 2023 Europe
    • 2nd place in the 4th edition of the “Object of the Year in Aluprof Systems 2022” competition;
    • TOP Builder 2022;
    • The Plan Award 2021: winner in “Hospitality” category;
    • European Property Awards 2021-2022:
      • “Hotel Architecture Poland” winner;
      • “Hotel Interior Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “New Hotel Construction & Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “Bathroom Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • nominations in following categories: “Best New Hotel Construction & Design Europe”, “Best Hotel Interior Europe”, “Best Bathroom Design Europe”;
    • laureate of Architectural Award of POLITYKA 2020;
    • 1st place in “Hotel” category in Art in Architecture Festival along with Tacit Investment Polska S.A.

Sports complex in Piekary Śląskie

National Center for Ice Sports

Hotel The Bridge Wrocław

  • location: Poland, Wrocław, pl. Katedralny
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Rafał Dziedzic, Łukasz Chmiel, Tomasz Budziński, Paulina Słocińska, Magdalena Maj, Monika Muszyńska, Aleksandra Weber, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar
  • investor: Tacit Investment
  • total area: 12 630 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2019
  • photographs: Maciej Lulko
  • certification: LEED 2009 New Construction and Major Renovation – GOLD
  • awards:
    • THA Travel & Hospitality Awards 2024: Winner – Luxury Hotel of the Year – Poland,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury MICE Hotel – National Win,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury Design Hotel – Global Win,
    • Booking.com Traveller Review Awards,
    • SHE Travel Club: Platinum Label 2023,
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards: Best Luxury Architecture Design Hotel in Eastern Europe,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Poland,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Europe
 

Hotel in Kołobrzeg

Czarni Bytom

Hotel in Kowary

Mountain hotel in Kowary

FAIRPLAY sports center

SPORTTOWER

interior design

TDJ

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Twarda 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Sołjan, Anna Szuba-Białas, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Michał Laskowski
  • usable floor area: 528,08 sqm
  • investor: TDJ sp. z o.o.
  • design: 2020
  • realization: 2020/2021
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Tuna

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Elektryczna 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Izabela Moskal, Natalia Sołjan, Maja Gacka, Dorota Pala
  • signage: David Racchi
  • investor: Martin Gimenez Castro, David Racchi
  • usable floor area: 172,6 sqm
  • design: 2021/2022
  • realization: 2022
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Warsaw Brewery: hall

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Grzybowska 62
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Anna Struska, Natalia Sołjan, Anna Szuba-Białas, Bartłomiej Karaś, Marta Kwolek, Michał Laskowski
  • installations: Roger Preston Polska
  • office buildings architecture: JEMS Architekci
  • investor: dellia investments – Projekt Echo
  • usable floor area: ok. 985,45 sqm
  • design: 2017-2018
  • realization: 2018
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • certification: BREEAM Excellent

Hotel Nobu Warsaw

  • location: Warsaw / Poland, Wilcza street
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Aleksandra Nowak, Dorota Pala, Wojtek Funkiewicz, Magda Kołłątaj, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Natalia Krzeszowska, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Weronika Korpalska, Anna Szuba, Anna Wawrzyniak, Tomasz Budziński, Monika Muszyńska, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber
  • total area:  11 830 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2020
  • certification: LEED · New Construction (v2009) · Gold
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Nate Cook
  • awards:
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards:
      • Best Luxury Lifestyle Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Design Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Conferences & Events Hotel 2023 Europe
    • 2nd place in the 4th edition of the “Object of the Year in Aluprof Systems 2022” competition;
    • TOP Builder 2022;
    • The Plan Award 2021: winner in “Hospitality” category;
    • European Property Awards 2021-2022:
      • “Hotel Architecture Poland” winner;
      • “Hotel Interior Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “New Hotel Construction & Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “Bathroom Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • nominations in following categories: “Best New Hotel Construction & Design Europe”, “Best Hotel Interior Europe”, “Best Bathroom Design Europe”;
    • laureate of Architectural Award of POLITYKA 2020;
    • 1st place in “Hotel” category in Art in Architecture Festival along with Tacit Investment Polska S.A.

CitySpace Face2Face

Jassmine

Hotel The Bridge Wrocław

  • location: Poland, Wrocław, pl. Katedralny
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Rafał Dziedzic, Łukasz Chmiel, Tomasz Budziński, Paulina Słocińska, Magdalena Maj, Monika Muszyńska, Aleksandra Weber, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar
  • investor: Tacit Investment
  • total area: 12 630 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2019
  • photographs: Maciej Lulko
  • certification: LEED 2009 New Construction and Major Renovation – GOLD
  • awards:
    • THA Travel & Hospitality Awards 2024: Winner – Luxury Hotel of the Year – Poland,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury MICE Hotel – National Win,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury Design Hotel – Global Win,
    • Booking.com Traveller Review Awards,
    • SHE Travel Club: Platinum Label 2023,
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards: Best Luxury Architecture Design Hotel in Eastern Europe,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Poland,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Europe
 

TDJ

Atrium in ING Bank

Exhibition Treasures of Peru

Q22

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, Q22 building – 35th floor
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Agnieszka Pliwka, Natalia Krzeszowska, Anna Szuba-Białas, Marta Kwolek, Tomasz Budziński, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski
  • graphics: Kolektyf
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 866,06 sqm
  • design: 2016-2017
  • realization: 2017
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Koszyki Hall – office lounges

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • interior design of common areas of office buildings : Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • office building architecture: JEMS Architekci
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • floor area: 1 180 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski
  • awards:
    • Property Design Awards 2018 – special jury award,
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category ‘Interior Design – Shopping Centre’,
    • Architectural Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist.

Koszyki Hall

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • design: JEMS Architekci
  • interior architecture of the hall and landscaping of the outdoor areas: Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • usable floor area:
    • interior: 1 900 sqm,
    • exterior: 700 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Daniel Rumiancew
  • signage: Medusa Group / Joanna Katańska / Kolektyf
  • awards:
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category “Interior Design – Shopping Centre”,
    • Architecture Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist

Atrium 1 Office Space Skanska

Jazz Club Fantom

Łódź Design Festival

ING Bank interiors in Warsaw

Galeria Katowicka

Showroom Maximum

Interiors of Katowice Railway Station

Off Festival 2011 office

ING Bank Śląski

Jazz Cafe

Apartment in panel building

Soraya salon

Click5 interiors

Actor’s apartment

Attic in Bytom

Halgo – furniture gallery

mixed use

Tarnów Brewery

  • Location: Tarnów
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Dorota Pala, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Tomasz Szeremeta, Anna Szuba-Białas, Michał Sokołowski, Małgorzata Kasińska, Aleksandra Mazur, Tomasz Drozd, Adam Wasilewski
  • Investor: CD Locum
  • Usable floor area: 38 600 sqm
  • Design: 2024

Krystyna Mine Shaft

projects

Tarnów Brewery

  • Location: Tarnów
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Dorota Pala, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Tomasz Szeremeta, Anna Szuba-Białas, Michał Sokołowski, Małgorzata Kasińska, Aleksandra Mazur, Tomasz Drozd, Adam Wasilewski
  • Investor: CD Locum
  • Usable floor area: 38 600 sqm
  • Design: 2024

Szkolna

  • location: Poznań, Poland
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Leszek Fliciński, Krzysztof Pyta, Sabina Sieczkowska, Michał Sokołowski
  • investor: REVIVE Poland Sp. z o.o.
  • usable floor area: 13 900 sqm
  • design 2023
  • realization: concept design

Krystyna Mine Shaft

FUZJA – stage 8

  • location: Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego 13a
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Małgorzata Czechowicz, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Słocińska, Sebastian Dziedzic, Andrzej Dukalski, Damian Langer, Małgorzata Kasińska, Izabela Moskal, Natalia Sołjan, Adela Czeczotka, Aleksandra Mazur, Tomek Drozd, Adam Wasilewski, Michał Sokołowski
  • consruction: Industria Project
  • installations: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT, BZB Projekt (sieci-procedury administracyjne), Marcin Wejner (sieci), Pracownia Projektowa Luksan (sieci, procedury administracyjne)
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Joanna Katańska
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-Architektura Krajobrazu
  • conservation work programme: Archi-projekt Szymon Herman
  • eexpert opinion on building physics: W-ART Robert Wójcik
  • chemical and mycological tests: AONT Akademicki Ośrodek Naukowo-Techniczny
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 11 762 m²
  • design: 2021-2023
  • realization: od 2023
  • investment website: https://echo-fuzja.pl/lofty

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage K

Zawiszy Czarnego Tysiąclecie

  • location: Poland, Katowice, Tysiąclecia Estate
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Łukasz Iwan, Paulina Kałużna, Maciej Nowak, Maciej Orlicz, Maciej Szeremeta, Tomasz Toczek, Jarosław Przybyłka, Jakub Świdziński, Michał Sokołowski, Tomasz Drozd, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Małgorzata Kasińska, Krzysztof Weber
  • investor: Henniger Investment
  • construction: KZ Studio Projektowe
  • installations: WNprojekt, Elsanteam, Ennpro
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Natalia Pietruszewska
  • plot area: 3,2 ha
  • usable floor area: ~29 000 sqm
  • design: 2021-23
  • realization: since 2023

Campus Bemke, Primary School

FUZJA – stage 4

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Milionowa 4B
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil,Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Marcin Lech, Aleksandra Rodo-Krasnokucka, Anna Fus, Katarzyna Klimasz, Bożena Wróbel, Jagoda Kus, Marija Gawąd, Ewa Zielonka – Mossoczy, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Tymoteusz Sapa
  • construction: Industria Project
  • industries: Industria MEP
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • facade design: Studio Profil
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work program: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 1 681 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization: 2023
  • certification: BREEAM 2016 New Construction: Commercial – very good (interim)
  • investment website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/

Poland Pavilion at EXPO 2025

  • location: Japan, Osaka
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Tomasz Drozd, Patrycja Jonda, Małgorzata Kasińska, Aleksandra Mazur, Miłosława Niezgoda, Aleksandra Nowak, Michał Sokołowski, Karol Wiśniewski, Adam Wasilewski
  • design: 2022-2023
  • awards: mention in the competition for the architectural concept of the Polish Pavilion at the EXPO2025 World Exhibition in Osaka.

“Designing Future Society for Our Lives” (Designing Future Society for Our Lives). This was the task set for all the countries that will participate in the Osaka World EXPO.

Thinking about the future, thinking about the future society, we designed a pavilion that was to carry a message, and that was to contribute as little as possible to environmental devastation. In cooperation with local organizations, forgoing intercontinental transportation, our pavilion was to be built from recycled materials. Selective demolition of buildings, warehouses and landfills, would provide the building blocks for the formation of the building’s body.

Obtained reinforced concrete prefabricated elements, glazing, windows, compressed aluminum waste blocks, electro-waste, body parts are to form not only the facade, but also the main thesis of the project: Saving Lives.

Manifesting the problems not only of the Polish environment, we call for cooperation and responsible conduct. 

Being in Japan for a while, we do not want to burden the global as well as the local environment. This requires cooperation, and this cooperation can in turn become an example for broader actions to bring hope to the future society.

FUZJA – stage 7

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego 13b
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Małgorzata Czechowicz, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Marcin Lech, Paulina Słocińska, Sebastian Dziedzic, Andrzej Dukalski, Agnieszka Majcher-Lisowicz, Marta Prag, Adela Czeczotka, Małgorzata Kasińska, Łukasz Chmiel, Karolina Gil, Grzegorz Pietraszuk, Michał Bienek, Jakub Koźlik, Aleksandra Mazur, Mateusz Małecki, Tomek Drozd, Adam Wasilewski, Michał Sokołowski
  • construction: Industria Project
  • industries: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT, BZB Projekt (networks-administrative procedures), Marcin Wejner (networks), Pracownia Projektowa Luksan (networks, administrative procedures)
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Wunder Fabrik
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-Architektura Krajobrazu
  • programme of conservation work on the building: Archi-projekt Szymon Herman
  • programme of polychrome conservation works: Pracownia Konservacji Architektury Malarstwa i Rzeźby Restauro (Conservation Studio of Architecture, Painting and Sculpture Restauro)
  • building physics expertise: W-ART Robert Wójcik
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 8 840 sqm
  • design: 2021-2022
  • realization: since 2022
  • investment site: https://echo-fuzja.pl/lofty
  • awards: distinction in international competition of the Schock Group

SOS Shaft Krystyna

  • Location: Polnad, Bytom, Szombierki ul. Zabrzańska 7
  • Authors / initiators: Jan Wichrowski, Rafał Dziedzic, Michał Sokołowski, Przemo Łukasik
  • Cooperation / assistance: Dominik Sielski (production); Karol Boguś (production asistant); Przemek Potyka, Marcin Woźniak (lighting); Patryk Domałeczny, Szymon Wrodarczyk (sound); Grzegorz Orłowski (mountaineering support); Ra2nski, Marcin Lech, Adrian Mikos (photo/video); Łukasz Chmiel, Kajetan Wichrowski, Bartosz Łukasik (assistance with installation), Jacek Wichrowski (logistics support); Maciek Wichrowski (mountaineering equipment); Michał Pieczonka (transportation); Michał Tomczak (iGuzzini lighting); Miłosz Jaksik (www).
  • design: 2022
  • www: sos-szybkrystyna.pl

Sarnie Estate

  • location: Poland, Bielsko-Biała
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Katarzyna Chobot, Tomasz Drozd, Leszek Fliciński, Julia Kazimierska, Klaudia Matura, Krzysztof Pyta, Tomasz Toczek
  • visualisations: Monokolor Krzysztof Drozda
  • landscape architecture: KASS – ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • construction: Pracownia Byrdziak
  • installations: TTProjekt
  • road and network design: Seweryn Wróblewski, Marcin Wejner
  • fire protection: Marcin Szewerniak
  • investor: TDJ Estate sp. z o.o.
  • usable floor area:
    • stage I: 9 900 sqm
    • stage II: 8 400 sqm
  • design: 2021-2022
  • realization: under construction

Glivia – stage II

Upper One

  • Location: Poland, Warsaw, al. Jana Pawła II 23
  • Architects of Medusa Group + MHM: Łukasz Zagała, Przemo Łukasik, Florian Molzbichler, Sebastian Haselsteiner
  • Associate architects: Dawid Beil, Miłosława Niezgoda, Aleksandra Nowak, Marko Maric, Magdalena Tamoń – Będkowska, Monika Rychlicka – Borzechowska, Maciej Rudecki, Joanna Jakimiuk, Magdalena Cichosz, Katarzyna Bobrowska, Patrycja Stołtny – Sapko, Natalia Duczmal, Jacek Pisarczyk, Kamil Szołtysek, Michał Sokołowski, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Michał Gawron, Damian Mikrut, Adil Krasniqi
  • Construction: Buro Happold
  • Installations: Buro Happold
  • Facade design: Studio Profil
  • Investor: STRABAG Real Estate
  • General contractor: STRABAG
  • Office area: c.a. 35 900 sqm
  • Design: 2019 – 2022

TDJ

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Twarda 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Sołjan, Anna Szuba-Białas, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Michał Laskowski
  • usable floor area: 528,08 sqm
  • investor: TDJ sp. z o.o.
  • design: 2020
  • realization: 2020/2021
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Tuna

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Elektryczna 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Izabela Moskal, Natalia Sołjan, Maja Gacka, Dorota Pala
  • signage: David Racchi
  • investor: Martin Gimenez Castro, David Racchi
  • usable floor area: 172,6 sqm
  • design: 2021/2022
  • realization: 2022
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Warsaw Brewery: hall

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Grzybowska 62
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Anna Struska, Natalia Sołjan, Anna Szuba-Białas, Bartłomiej Karaś, Marta Kwolek, Michał Laskowski
  • installations: Roger Preston Polska
  • office buildings architecture: JEMS Architekci
  • investor: dellia investments – Projekt Echo
  • usable floor area: ok. 985,45 sqm
  • design: 2017-2018
  • realization: 2018
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • certification: BREEAM Excellent

Brewery Gate Square

CD Projekt garage

  • Location: Poland, Warsaw, Żerań
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Wojciech Funkiewicz, Magdalena Kołłątaj, Jan Wichrowski, Marta Boryczka, Agnieszka Kuczyńska, Agnieszka Majcher-Lisowicz, Michał Sokołowski, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur
  • Investor: CD PROJEKT S.A.
  • Landscape architecture: Florabo, KASS
  • Construction and installations: WSP Polska
  • Facade design: Studio Profil
  • Roads: Civil Transport Designers s.c.
  • Fire protection: PROTECT
  • Usable floor area: 4730,2 m2
  • Design: 2020-2021
  • Realization: 2021-2022

The main task of the designed building is to supplement the demand for parking spaces related to the constantly growing staff of CD Projekt company. At the same time the object is to be supplemented with recreational functions constituting an additional asset for employees and the surrounding community. The solutions applied in the design of the multi-storey car park are in line with the investor’s ambitions to create a space characterised not only by high quality architectural and functional solutions but also being the beginning of the process of changes in the post-industrial district of Warsaw. Emphasis on pro-ecological and low-emission solutions as well as responsibility and care for nature, which are the Investor’s guiding principles when initiating this project, will constitute the basic assumptions for subsequent stages of the investment.

The shape of the closed car park building is the result of an analysis of the investor’s expectations and planning guidelines set out in the Conditions of Development and Land Use issued for the plot. The body of the building consists of two underground storeys and two overground storeys. From the western side, exposed to the existing office buildings used by the Investor, terrace faults of the overground storeys were designed, planted with climbing plants on the vertical fragments of the wall. From the southern side, by the garage entrance gate, a ground floor arcade was designed, marking the entrance zone to the building. On the eastern side, the elevation was designed parallel to the impassable line of development, determined according to the conditions of development and land use. On the roof of the closed car park block there is a recreational space designed for employees of the neighbouring complex of office buildings. The recreational space on the roof has been fenced with a light, openwork mesh. On the west side, an irregularly shaped ramp was designed as an entrance to the recreational roof from the ground level. The entire structure of the closed car park was covered with perforated polished metal sheet with an irregular side profile.

CD Projekt

Office and administration building with underground garage and landscaping

  • Location: Poland, Warsaw, Żerań
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Wojciech Funkiewicz, Magdalena Kołłątaj, Jan Wichrowski, Marta Boryczka, Agnieszka Kuczyńska, Agnieszka Majcher-Lisowicz, Michał Sokołowski, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur
  • Investor: CD PROJEKT S.A.
  • Landscape architecture: Florabo, KASS
  • Construction and installations: WSP Polska
  • Facade design: Studio Profil
  • Roads: Civil Transport Designers s.c.
  • Fire protection: PROTECT
  • Usable floor area:: 5611,12 sqm
  • Design: 2020-2022
  • Realization: under construction

The designed building is characterised by a simple cuboidal form, which results from the assumption adopted at the initial design stage of the least aggressive interference with the surroundings and the emphasis on maximum efficiency and flexibility of the designed volume from the point of view of the facility’s purpose.

The building’s architecture uses economical means of expression, but at the same time is an individual and original spatial composition that corresponds to the guidelines of the WZiZT Decision. The form of the building is the result of optimising the usable space in its interior, which has been designed to provide a functional and efficient arrangement. The adopted depth of the tracts and the division of the windows create many possibilities of configuration and ways of dividing the space depending on the Investor’s needs, at the same time ensuring excellent access to daylight for all the office rooms.

The building has six usable above-ground levels, two underground levels and a technical zone and a utility zone on the roof.

The designed building is intended to provide a modern, functional and maximally flexible space for comfortable office work, taking into account the specific working conditions of the video games industry, and to meet the Investor’s ambitions to create architecture that will be a showpiece of the future CD Projekt campus. The activation of a degraded, post-industrial district of Warsaw, openness towards its inhabitants, emphasis on pro-ecological and low-emission solutions as well as responsibility and care for nature, which the Investor is guided by when initiating this project, will constitute the basic design assumptions for the subsequent stages of the investment. This concept is an attempt at a comprehensive response to the design problem posed in such a way, taking into account the demands of the Investor at every stage and in every aspect of the facility’s life and within the framework of all the trades involved in its implementation.

The building is environmentally friendly, which manifests itself, among other things, in low energy consumption, low emissions into the atmosphere, the use of appropriate environmentally friendly building materials and technical equipment. At the stage of this project, an office function was initially assumed on each above-ground floor, with office and conference functions on the ground floor.

Czerniakowski Harbour

Hotel Nobu Warsaw

  • location: Warsaw / Poland, Wilcza street
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Aleksandra Nowak, Dorota Pala, Wojtek Funkiewicz, Magda Kołłątaj, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Natalia Krzeszowska, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Weronika Korpalska, Anna Szuba, Anna Wawrzyniak, Tomasz Budziński, Monika Muszyńska, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber
  • total area:  11 830 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2020
  • certification: LEED · New Construction (v2009) · Gold
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Nate Cook
  • awards:
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards:
      • Best Luxury Lifestyle Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Design Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Conferences & Events Hotel 2023 Europe
    • 2nd place in the 4th edition of the “Object of the Year in Aluprof Systems 2022” competition;
    • TOP Builder 2022;
    • The Plan Award 2021: winner in “Hospitality” category;
    • European Property Awards 2021-2022:
      • “Hotel Architecture Poland” winner;
      • “Hotel Interior Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “New Hotel Construction & Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “Bathroom Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • nominations in following categories: “Best New Hotel Construction & Design Europe”, “Best Hotel Interior Europe”, “Best Bathroom Design Europe”;
    • laureate of Architectural Award of POLITYKA 2020;
    • 1st place in “Hotel” category in Art in Architecture Festival along with Tacit Investment Polska S.A.

.KTW

  • location: Al. Roździeńskiego 1, Katowice / Poland
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Dawid Beil, Łukasz Pieszka, Aleksandra Nowak, Kuba Pudo, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Klaudia Matura, Mariusz Okrajek, Aleksandra Weber, Paulina Witaszczyk, Mateusz Florczak, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar, Piotr Dećko, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Dorota Pala, Anna Struska, Daria Cieślak, Seweryn Wróblewski, Michał Bienek, Tomasz Toczek
  • interior architects: Katarzyna Chobot, Mateusz Florczak, Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Klaudia Matura, Aleksandra Nowak, Mariusz Okrajek, Łukasz Pieszka, Jakub Pudo, Paulina Skalska, Tomasz Toczek, Aleksandra Weber, Paulina Witaszczyk
  • landscape architects: Katarzyna Chobot, Mateusz Florczak, Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Klaudia Matura, Aleksandra Nowak, Mariusz Okrajek, Łukasz Pieszka, Jakub Pudo, Paulina Skalska, Tomasz Toczek, Aleksandra Weber, Paulina Witaszczyk Seweryn Wróblewski, Krzysztof Kass (Kass – Architektura krajobrazu)
  • construction: Firma Inżynierska STATYK, Katowice
  • installations: CE Group, Gliwice; Instac, Stara Iwiczna
  • facade design: Studio Profil, Warszawa
  • fire protection: Janusz Siata
  • signage: Magdalena Odrzywolska, Joanna Katańska, Maria Jaksik-Fikus
  • signage realization: Kolektyff (stage 1), Studio Bardzo (stage 2)
  • investor: TDJ Estate Sp. z o.o.
  • usable floor area: 62 000 m²
  • design: 2016
  • realization:
    • 1st tower: 2018;
    • 2nd tower: 2022
  • certification:
    • BREEAM Excellent,
    • WELL – Health-Safety
  • photographs: Szymon Król, Juliusz Sokołowski, Wojciech Radwański, Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • awards:
    • CIJ Awards Poland 2022 in category: Best National Office Development of the Year,
    • Prime Property Prize 2022 in Architecture category,
    • European Property Awards 2022 in Commercial High-rise Architecture category,
    • Honourable mention in the 4th edition of the “Object of the Year in Aluprof Systems 2022” competition
    • SARP (the Association of Polish Architects) Award of the Year 2022 in the category “office, education or administration building”,
    • 2nd place and the audience award in the “Object of the Year in Aluprof systems” competition.

Stacja Wola – stage II

location: Warsaw / Poland
architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
associate architects: Rafał Stefanowski, Monika Rychlicka-Borzechowska, Magdalena Tamoń-Będkowska, Karolina Stejskał, Katarzyna Bobrowska, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Sokołowski
landscape architecture: KASS – ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
construction: PKBI
installations: AER Polska
fire protection: Janusz Woźniak
investor: Echo Investment
usable floor area: 13 300 sqm
design: 2019-2020
realization: 2022

Sports complex in Piekary Śląskie

FUZJA – stage 3

Stacja Wola – stage I

FUZJA – stage 1 – Power plant building

CitySpace Face2Face

Polish Hook

  • lokalizacja: Gdańsk
  • inwestor: Grupa Capital Park
  • architekci: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • współpraca autorska: Karolina Stejskał, Michał Sapko, Michał Sokołowski, Aleksandra Mazur, Mateusz Małecki, Tymoteusz Sapa
  • powierzchnia całkowita:  24 610 m²
  • projekt: 2021

FUZJA – stage 1

Wawer

Glivia

First District

  • location: Poland, Katowice
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Anna Siwińska, Jarosław Przybyłka, Marta Frączyk, Łukasz Iwan, Jakub Świdziński, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Konrad Basan, Krzysztof Weber
  • investor: TDJ Estate sp. z o. o.
  • total area (stage 1): 38 090 sqm
  • usable floor area (stage 1): 16 100 sqm
  • design: 2016
  • realization:
    • stage 1: 2021
    • stage 2: under construction
  • awards: European Property Awards 2022 in Residential High-rise Architecture category
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Tomasz Zakrzewski, TDJ Estate, Wojciech Radwański

FUZJA – stage 4

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Milionowa 4-4A
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Aleksandra Rodo-Krasnokucka, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Marcin Lech, Karolina Kossmann, Magdalena Cąkała, Paulina Kałużna-Stawinoga, Anna Fus, Katarzyna Klimasz, Bożena Wróbel, Jagoda Kus, Marija Gawąd, Ewa Zielonka – Mossoczy, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Tymoteusz Sapa
  • construction: Industria Structure
  • industries: Industria MEP
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • facade design: Studio Profil
  • signage: Joanna Katańska
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work programme: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area:
    • building C: 8 987,4 sqm
    • building D: 9 397,1 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization: 2022
  • certification: BREEAM 2016 New Construction: Commercial – Excellent (interim)
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/
Fuzja - buildings C and D

Nowy Rynek (New Market)

Raciborska

FUZJA – stage 1

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego / ul. Milionowa
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Michał Bienek, Katarzyna Chobot, Adela Czeczotka, Piotr Dećko, Marija Gawąd, Michał Gawron, Jagoda Kus, Damian Langer, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Sandra Przepiórkowska, Mateusz Rymar, Tymoteusz Sapa, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Słocińska, Lechosław Słomka, Michał Sokołowski, Bożena Wróbel, Ewa Zielonka-Mossoczy
  • construction: BZB Projekt, Industria Project
  • installations: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT
  • network infrastructure and administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work programme: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 3 250 sqm
  • land area: 24 062 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization:since 2020
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • investment website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/
  • awards:
    • distinction in the “Designed for People” competition for Anna’s Gardens,
    • finalist in The European Prize for Urban Public Space competition
FUZJA site plan

FUZJA – stage 2

Wave

Hałda – multi-storey car park

Jassmine

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage H

National Center for Ice Sports

Origami House

Brama Miasta (City Gate)

  • location:Poland, Łódź, ul. Kilińskiego
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Małgorzata Spyra, Agnieszka Szewera-Drozda, Mateusz Skalski, Maciej Spiess, Małgorzata Kasińska, Anna Przybyłka, Damian Langer, Seweryn Wróblewski, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar, Krzysztof Weber, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski, Katarzyna Chobot
  • investor: SKANSKA
  • construction: Industria Project
  • installations: CE Group, BZB Projekt (administrative procedures)
  • facade design: Studio Profil
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • comic authors: Tomasz Kaczkowski + Kolektyf
  • signage: Joanna (Sowula) Katańska
  • total area: 40 000 sqm
  • design: 2015-2017
  • realization:
    • building A: 2020
    • building B: 2019
  • certification: LEED · Core and Shell (v2009) · Gold
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • awards:
    • ICONIC Awards 2020 / Innovative Architecture
    • Property Design Awards 2020
    • “Modern Pearl of Lodz” during the 5th edition of the plebiscite Perły Łodzi

House in Bieszczady

  • location: Bieszczady
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Jarosław Przybyłka, Anna Gołyga, Michał Sokołowski, Michał Laskowski
  • construction: KZ STUDIO PROJEKT
  • industries: WN-PROJEKT, ELSANTEAM, Eko Elprom
  • investor: Henniger Investment
  • usable floor area: 352,58 sqm
  • design: 2019
  • realization: 2020
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Wojciech Radwański, Przemo Łukasik

Wadowicka 3

Bolko Estate

MidPoint 71

Gliwice Kazimierza Wielkiego

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage F, G

Wilanów

Hotel The Bridge Wrocław

  • location: Poland, Wrocław, pl. Katedralny
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Rafał Dziedzic, Łukasz Chmiel, Tomasz Budziński, Paulina Słocińska, Magdalena Maj, Monika Muszyńska, Aleksandra Weber, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar
  • investor: Tacit Investment
  • total area: 12 630 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2019
  • photographs: Maciej Lulko
  • certification: LEED 2009 New Construction and Major Renovation – GOLD
  • awards:
    • THA Travel & Hospitality Awards 2024: Winner – Luxury Hotel of the Year – Poland,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury MICE Hotel – National Win,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury Design Hotel – Global Win,
    • Booking.com Traveller Review Awards,
    • SHE Travel Club: Platinum Label 2023,
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards: Best Luxury Architecture Design Hotel in Eastern Europe,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Poland,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Europe
 

Smart Innovation School

  • location: Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Łukasz Iwan, Paulina Słocińska, Łukasz Chmiel, Aleksandra Weber, Anna Gołyga, Kuba Świdziński, Jarek Przybyłka, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Sokołowski
  • investor: private
  • design: 2019

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage D, E

DOT Office F

  • location: Cracow / Poland, Podole Street
  • investor: BUMA INWESTOR 25
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Agnieszka Morga, Aleksandra Rodo-Krasnokucka, Jagoda Kus, Lechosław Słomka, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Ewa Zielonka-Mossoczy, Karolina Szczygieł, Marta Rejniak, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Piotr Dećko
  • construction: TEQUM sp. z o.o., Kraków
  • installations: TEQUM sp. z o.o., Kraków
  • facade design: Buma Factory
  • landscape design: Kass – Architektura Krajobrazu
  • fire protection: Janusz Siata
  • signage: Joanna Rodo / Kolektyf
  • usable floor area:  17 760 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2019
  • certification: BREEAM · International 2013 New Construction: Offices · Excellent
  • photographs: BUMA

FUZJA (Fusion)

Silesia Business Park

TDJ

DOT Office G

London Empire House

House in Gliwice

Atrium in ING Bank

Exhibition Treasures of Peru

Q22

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, Q22 building – 35th floor
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Agnieszka Pliwka, Natalia Krzeszowska, Anna Szuba-Białas, Marta Kwolek, Tomasz Budziński, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski
  • graphics: Kolektyf
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 866,06 sqm
  • design: 2016-2017
  • realization: 2017
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

DOT Office

  • location: Poland, Cracow, ul. Czerwone Maki
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Agnieszka Morga, Lechosław Słomka, Aleksandra Rodo, Renata Szymik, Katarzyna Kruszenko, Sabina Sieczkowska, Michał Sokołowski
  • investor: BUMA INWESTOR 6 spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością S.K.A
  • total area: 44 878 sqm
  • usable floor area: 21 394 sqm
  • design: 2014
  • realization: 2017
  • cerification: BREEAM · International 2013 New Construction: Offices · Excellent
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Akademeia High School in Warsaw

  • location: Poland, Warsaw – Wilanów, ul. Świętej Urszuli Ledóchowskiej 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Beata Bańka, Mariusz Okrajek, Anna Pawełczyk, Jarosław Przybyłka, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Konrad Basan, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski
  • signage & graphics: Kolektyf
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • construction: Firma Inżynierska STATYK
  • installations: Cegroup
  • total area: 4961 m²
  • photographs: Juliusz i Jędrzej Sokołowscy
  • design: 2015
  • realization: 2017
  • certification: LEED Platinum
  • awards:
    • ICONIC Awards 2020 / Innovative Architecture
    • European Property Award 2019 – 2020 – Grand Prix in the category: public building architecture
    • Nomination in European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019
    • Architectural Award of the Mayor of the City of Warsaw – the best public building
    • POLITYKA Architecture Award 2018 – distinction
    • SARP Award of the Year 2018 – distinction
    • Property Design Awards 2018 in the category Design – Interiors: Public Facilities

Nowa Fabryczna

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Składowa / Nowowęglowa
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Adamczyk, Mateusz Skalski, Konrad Basan, Maciej Spiess, Tymon Czyżewski, Damian Langer, Seweryn Wróblewski
  • construction: figura.team
  • industries: Elsanteam (water and sewerage), eNNpro (electrics), WN-PROJEKT (hvac), BZB Projekt (administrative procedures)
  • investor: Skanska
  • floor area: 21 300 sqm
  • design: 2015
  • realization: 2017
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk, Skanska’s materials
  • awards: distinction in the competition “Object of the year in Aluprof systems”
  • certification: LEED · Core and Shell (v2009) · Gold

CU Office

Hotel in Kołobrzeg

Koszyki Hall – office lounges

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • interior design of common areas of office buildings : Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • office building architecture: JEMS Architekci
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • floor area: 1 180 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski
  • awards:
    • Property Design Awards 2018 – special jury award,
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category ‘Interior Design – Shopping Centre’,
    • Architectural Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist.

Koszyki Hall

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • design: JEMS Architekci
  • interior architecture of the hall and landscaping of the outdoor areas: Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • usable floor area:
    • interior: 1 900 sqm,
    • exterior: 700 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Daniel Rumiancew
  • signage: Medusa Group / Joanna Katańska / Kolektyf
  • awards:
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category “Interior Design – Shopping Centre”,
    • Architecture Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist

Roadside shrine / cross in Bronowice

TechPark Kanlux

  • Location: Poland, Radzionków
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Dorota Pala, Anna Struska, Michał Bienek, Bartłomiej Karaś, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Grzegorz Dalmata, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Adamczyk, Konrad Basan, Michał Sokołowski
  • Ivnestor: KPE Nieruchomości S.A.
  • Contractor: Milimex Sp. z o.o.
  • Construction: figura.team
  • Usable floor area: 900 m
  • Design: 2015
  • Realization: 2016
  • Photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • Awards:
    • Grand Prix and first prize in the “Object” category in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition.
    • European Property Awards 2017 – Best office architecture in Europe and Poland.

Infinity Pool in the Caribbean

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage A, B, C

01_MWM_LOGO

Cuprum Square

Regle

Dominikanski

Single family house

Creations from Nature

Atrium 1 Office Space Skanska

Kapelanka 42

St. Hyacinth in Bytom

On the initiative of the Roman Catholic Parish of St. Hyacinth and the parishioners themselves, a new public space serving the local community was created in the socially and economically degraded center of Bytom’s Rozbark district. The space directly adjacent to the church was functionally and aesthetically connected to the area of the former square, which was transformed into a rosary garden, referring to the local legend of St. Hyacinth. This area with a religious character is a composition that is a background for the monumental edifice of the temple. In addition to the garden, the main elements of the entire establishment are two pavilions related to the parish’s educational and cultural activities.

Modern buildings with multifunctional rooms designed for youth work, exhibitions and concerts have become a place of rest and recreation, bringing together the activities of the district’s residents. The designed buildings function as religious day-care centers, a place for exhibitions and performances for small theatrical and musical forms. Both buildings have been integrated into the compositional layout of the new land development. Thanks to their contemporary design, they contrast with the historic edifice of the neo-Romanesque St. Hyacinth’s Church. while at the same time – in form and scale – they will maintain the historical hierarchy emphasizing the rank of the temple. Thanks to modern materials such as Corten and glass, however, they establish a generational dialogue with it.

The development has been designed in a modern way. Rainwater from the entire site and roof surfaces is collected in a special retention tank, which is placed several meters below the ground surface. The gray water is then used to water the greenery throughout the garden. The roofs of both buildings are overgrown with greenery, which serves primarily to integrate them into the surroundings of the historic temple and additionally affects, among other things, the thermal comfort of the buildings.

Thus, the garden designed at the church refers to the figure of St. Jack, the patron saint of the place, a teacher of rosary prayer. Along the alleys, religious elements were introduced in the form of rosary plaques and a centrally located Marian grotto with a pond. The whole is complemented by lighting in the form of twenty spheres, referring to the local rosary legend. In this way, the nameless space has been transformed into a religious meeting place that is a modern landmark of the city.

The preservation of some of the old-growth forest facilitated the smooth integration of new site development elements into the existing landscape.

Near the parish house, a rehearsal hall and outdoor stage building (Building A) was designed, along with immediate facilities. The building’s glazed facade, which can be pulled apart if necessary, opens the pavilion toward the church. In this way, the first floor of the building becomes a covered stage, serving outdoor events during the summer season. In the southern part of the site, a facility with a small day care center and accommodations was located (building B). It was kept in the same style, so that together with the new landscaping around the church and the rehearsal hall building, they constitute a compact and coherent material and spatial concept.

To further separate this space, a bench was located in the corner, which encloses the surroundings (auditorium) by the building. This small architectural form, is meant to provoke stopping and prayerful contemplation. The building itself houses rooms for various classes and theatrical, musical and exhibition events, so the interior was designed using economical means, using friendly materials such as wood and large-format prints depicting events from the history of the Rozbark district of Bytom.

Jazz Club Fantom

Łódź Design Festival

ING Bank interiors in Warsaw

Marshall City Hall

Green Horizon

Galeria Katowicka

H2O

Showroom Maximum

Water Tower in Pszczyna

Interiors of Katowice Railway Station

Triangle

BKG office complex

Tenement house Kościuszki 55

Infinite Dreams

Czarni Bytom

Baltycka Residences

Concept design of office building in Poznan

Kista bookcase

Off Festival 2011 office

Coat hanger

Table

Housing building N1

Retail gallery Makrum

ING Bank Śląski

Sea Museum

Radio and Television Department building

House in Gliwice

Art Pavilion

The temporary exhibition pavilion is a functional object – framework for changing events associated with the Museum of Modern Art and the National Audiovisual Institute, as well as a symbolic object – a symbol, a sign recognizable in the changing context of different locations. Characteristic arches from the Museum of Modern Art by Christian Kerez’a are deliberately used in creating the form of the pavilion. The intention is for the pavilion to become a kind of announcement of new Museum, and then a satellite of operating facility. The Pavilion is an open space – to ensure full freedom of movement to the audience, vertical divisions weren’t used, the border of interior and exterior of the object isn’t defined. The pavilion takes the symbolic form of the gate, the transition of urban space into the space of art.Large “margin” for artists and curators is left to ensure flexibility in arranging of space pavilion. The measure of success of the planned artistic events is the “content” and the object itself is merely a flexible frame of these events and a formal symbol – a sign in the landscape.

Office buildings complex Olivia in Gdansk

 

 

Roedl & Partner

Office building complex in Warsaw

Jazz Cafe

House in Mogilany – Konary

Rebuilding of tenement house in Katowice

Rowhousing concept design in Tychy

Holiday home

Millenium – housing complex

City hall building in Bytom

Area of cement works in Jaworzno-Szczakowa

Tauron Nowa Muzyka (New Music) festival

Old granary

 

Film School containers

House in Zbroslawice

House in Ornontowice

House in Tychy

Single family housing concept design in Tychy

Bus Stop

Multifamily housing concept design

Adaptation of ‘Krystyna’ mine shaft for multifunctional centre

Hotel in Kowary

Galeria Poludnie retail complex

Water tower in Gliwice

Housing building N2

International Conference Center

House in Pyskowice

Mountain hotel in Kowary

Widok – apartment building

off festival 2007

Blood Donation Center

Office and retail building in Rybnik

Temporary Museum of Modern Art

House in Toruń

Apartment in panel building

House in Józefów near Łódź

Multi-unit residential building in Katowice

House in Olsztyn

Cinebox

EURshed

  • location: Danubian Dreams in Vratislava / Slovak Republic
  • project date: 2006

EUR Shed is an answer of how we imagine contemporary pavilion corresponding to the universal context. We tried to find out what is the universal context for the modern shed and what we got was the lack of context. But in some way lack of context is still a context. The context of uniformed and global world obsessed by consumption, transport and market. The EUR Shed is referring to those factors. We did use the uniform transportation palette as the repetitive basic element of the pavilion and the common plastic band used in shipping goods. This element is a part of mentioned above global context. Its an icon of the transport era and is easy recognizable in almost every country. Thus the EUR Shed fits different locations and due to its uniform character could be applied to any context. At the same time it represents also the most important for us features in designing space : its cheap, easy to install, flexible and recyclable. It could be easily mounted by two people, and the construction materials could be bought at the destination place and than could be sold after deconstruction without big loss of value. In a sense the transport of the shed is more transporting the user manual and the know-how than transporting real construction materials. This is also an open project that leaves a margin for individual modification concerning the shape, cover, roof protection and the flooring. The presented version is more a design manifesto representing our approach to designing than a real specified functional object.

Soraya salon

Cricoteka

FAIRPLAY sports center

Superstructure of a tenement house in Katowice

Click5 interiors

Lofts in old coal mine baths

Actor’s apartment

Poland. Icons of architecture.

Chopin Center in Warsaw

House in Poznań

Wilson mine shaft

Aiut office building

Ente office building

Wasko office building

f2 sport store

PARKauto

SPORTTOWER

House in Józefów near Warsaw

Museum of Contemporary Art in Toruń

Bolko Loft

Single family house extension in Izabelin

CCIFP Gala

‘4mm’ table

4mm is a project of a simple table made of 4mm folded cardboard.
the form creation method of the table is based on simplicity and the idea of using one cheap, recycled and accessible material – cardboard.

‘min 2’ table

A table is one of the most useful and ubiquitous things in the world of humankind. Its essence is based on its form; plate spread between a group of people fitting their anatomical body positions. The plate stress the relation; contact and separation. It also encourages daily activities; work and pleasure.

For many generations, vision of table has been passed on invariably. The diversity of materials used for building tables only influenced the esthetic point of view. Deeply rooted in constantly changing people minds, table image has had a less chance to develop; table top and four legs.

By analyzing the relation between the community of people and the table, we can perceive a slight change through time. In the past, strong family traditions helped to cultivate valuable customs. Family members used to start their day by sitting together at the big table to have breakfast.

On the same day, they finished they day together at the diner table exchanging they impressions of that day. The table used to be undoubtedly a tool connecting a group of people.

Nowadays however, the increasingly fast speed of life has caused people to neglect those gone family values and activities, which were favored by the table. In conclusion, table possess contemporary form unlike to its soul which is archaic.

Min 2 is mean for minimum of two people. Its idea is to counteract the negative situation of one lonely person siting at a table. The form creation method relies on the designing of common plate placed on the legs of sitting people. Its shape allows a maximum of four sits. The simple functional mode makes it impossible to take place alone. Min 2 teaches good manners, eases shyness and promotes cooperation. It can be used to consume light meal, to have a coffee or it can be used as a game table.

The combination of its cheep and simple production process with innovative features could guarantee its market success of this table.

National Museum of the Przemysl Region

SARP Competition No. 921 realisation, open, nationwide, one-stage competition for the architectural concept of the seat of the National Museum of the Przemysl Region in Przemyśl.

District’s Culture Promotion Center

Ludwig Hairdressing Salon

Tumska Street

osaka air(is)land

House in Żernica

‘3 boards’ chair

katyn

European Music Academy in Chodzież

National open competition for the development of a functional and spatial concept for the EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC IN CHODZIEZ in Poland

German Embassy

University of Agriculture

Open nationwide architectural competition for the architectural-conceptual design of the “ADAPTATION OF THE OLD Boiler House for the needs of the Agricultural Academy in POZNAN”.

House in Katowice

Tag Heuer Jargo postcard

Freedom Square

Open, nationwide, one-stage urban-architectural competition for the development of an urban-architectural concept for Plac Wolności (Freedom Square) in Wrocław.

“Michał” coal mine

Attic in Bytom

House in Gliwice

European Council Square

Urban planning and architectural competition to develop a spatial development concept for a section of the city of Katowice and to create the European Council Square.

Halgo – furniture gallery

Apartment building in Leverkusen / Germany

Piłsudski square

Development project for J.Piłsudski Square in Gliwice with the Independence Monument and urban design concept for the surroundings.

public use

Krystyna Mine Shaft

Campus Bemke, Primary School

Poland Pavilion at EXPO 2025

  • location: Japan, Osaka
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Tomasz Drozd, Patrycja Jonda, Małgorzata Kasińska, Aleksandra Mazur, Miłosława Niezgoda, Aleksandra Nowak, Michał Sokołowski, Karol Wiśniewski, Adam Wasilewski
  • design: 2022-2023
  • awards: mention in the competition for the architectural concept of the Polish Pavilion at the EXPO2025 World Exhibition in Osaka.

“Designing Future Society for Our Lives” (Designing Future Society for Our Lives). This was the task set for all the countries that will participate in the Osaka World EXPO.

Thinking about the future, thinking about the future society, we designed a pavilion that was to carry a message, and that was to contribute as little as possible to environmental devastation. In cooperation with local organizations, forgoing intercontinental transportation, our pavilion was to be built from recycled materials. Selective demolition of buildings, warehouses and landfills, would provide the building blocks for the formation of the building’s body.

Obtained reinforced concrete prefabricated elements, glazing, windows, compressed aluminum waste blocks, electro-waste, body parts are to form not only the facade, but also the main thesis of the project: Saving Lives.

Manifesting the problems not only of the Polish environment, we call for cooperation and responsible conduct. 

Being in Japan for a while, we do not want to burden the global as well as the local environment. This requires cooperation, and this cooperation can in turn become an example for broader actions to bring hope to the future society.

Tuna

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Elektryczna 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Izabela Moskal, Natalia Sołjan, Maja Gacka, Dorota Pala
  • signage: David Racchi
  • investor: Martin Gimenez Castro, David Racchi
  • usable floor area: 172,6 sqm
  • design: 2021/2022
  • realization: 2022
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Brewery Gate Square

CD Projekt garage

  • Location: Poland, Warsaw, Żerań
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Wojciech Funkiewicz, Magdalena Kołłątaj, Jan Wichrowski, Marta Boryczka, Agnieszka Kuczyńska, Agnieszka Majcher-Lisowicz, Michał Sokołowski, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur
  • Investor: CD PROJEKT S.A.
  • Landscape architecture: Florabo, KASS
  • Construction and installations: WSP Polska
  • Facade design: Studio Profil
  • Roads: Civil Transport Designers s.c.
  • Fire protection: PROTECT
  • Usable floor area: 4730,2 m2
  • Design: 2020-2021
  • Realization: 2021-2022

The main task of the designed building is to supplement the demand for parking spaces related to the constantly growing staff of CD Projekt company. At the same time the object is to be supplemented with recreational functions constituting an additional asset for employees and the surrounding community. The solutions applied in the design of the multi-storey car park are in line with the investor’s ambitions to create a space characterised not only by high quality architectural and functional solutions but also being the beginning of the process of changes in the post-industrial district of Warsaw. Emphasis on pro-ecological and low-emission solutions as well as responsibility and care for nature, which are the Investor’s guiding principles when initiating this project, will constitute the basic assumptions for subsequent stages of the investment.

The shape of the closed car park building is the result of an analysis of the investor’s expectations and planning guidelines set out in the Conditions of Development and Land Use issued for the plot. The body of the building consists of two underground storeys and two overground storeys. From the western side, exposed to the existing office buildings used by the Investor, terrace faults of the overground storeys were designed, planted with climbing plants on the vertical fragments of the wall. From the southern side, by the garage entrance gate, a ground floor arcade was designed, marking the entrance zone to the building. On the eastern side, the elevation was designed parallel to the impassable line of development, determined according to the conditions of development and land use. On the roof of the closed car park block there is a recreational space designed for employees of the neighbouring complex of office buildings. The recreational space on the roof has been fenced with a light, openwork mesh. On the west side, an irregularly shaped ramp was designed as an entrance to the recreational roof from the ground level. The entire structure of the closed car park was covered with perforated polished metal sheet with an irregular side profile.

Czerniakowski Harbour

Hotel Nobu Warsaw

  • location: Warsaw / Poland, Wilcza street
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Aleksandra Nowak, Dorota Pala, Wojtek Funkiewicz, Magda Kołłątaj, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Natalia Krzeszowska, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Weronika Korpalska, Anna Szuba, Anna Wawrzyniak, Tomasz Budziński, Monika Muszyńska, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber
  • total area:  11 830 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2020
  • certification: LEED · New Construction (v2009) · Gold
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Nate Cook
  • awards:
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards:
      • Best Luxury Lifestyle Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Design Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Conferences & Events Hotel 2023 Europe
    • 2nd place in the 4th edition of the “Object of the Year in Aluprof Systems 2022” competition;
    • TOP Builder 2022;
    • The Plan Award 2021: winner in “Hospitality” category;
    • European Property Awards 2021-2022:
      • “Hotel Architecture Poland” winner;
      • “Hotel Interior Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “New Hotel Construction & Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “Bathroom Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • nominations in following categories: “Best New Hotel Construction & Design Europe”, “Best Hotel Interior Europe”, “Best Bathroom Design Europe”;
    • laureate of Architectural Award of POLITYKA 2020;
    • 1st place in “Hotel” category in Art in Architecture Festival along with Tacit Investment Polska S.A.

Sports complex in Piekary Śląskie

FUZJA – stage 1 – Power plant building

FUZJA – stage 1

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego / ul. Milionowa
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Michał Bienek, Katarzyna Chobot, Adela Czeczotka, Piotr Dećko, Marija Gawąd, Michał Gawron, Jagoda Kus, Damian Langer, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Sandra Przepiórkowska, Mateusz Rymar, Tymoteusz Sapa, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Słocińska, Lechosław Słomka, Michał Sokołowski, Bożena Wróbel, Ewa Zielonka-Mossoczy
  • construction: BZB Projekt, Industria Project
  • installations: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT
  • network infrastructure and administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work programme: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 3 250 sqm
  • land area: 24 062 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization:since 2020
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • investment website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/
  • awards:
    • distinction in the “Designed for People” competition for Anna’s Gardens,
    • finalist in The European Prize for Urban Public Space competition
FUZJA site plan

Hałda – multi-storey car park

Jassmine

National Center for Ice Sports

Hotel The Bridge Wrocław

  • location: Poland, Wrocław, pl. Katedralny
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Rafał Dziedzic, Łukasz Chmiel, Tomasz Budziński, Paulina Słocińska, Magdalena Maj, Monika Muszyńska, Aleksandra Weber, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar
  • investor: Tacit Investment
  • total area: 12 630 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2019
  • photographs: Maciej Lulko
  • certification: LEED 2009 New Construction and Major Renovation – GOLD
  • awards:
    • THA Travel & Hospitality Awards 2024: Winner – Luxury Hotel of the Year – Poland,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury MICE Hotel – National Win,
    • LUXE Global Awards 2023: Best Luxury Design Hotel – Global Win,
    • Booking.com Traveller Review Awards,
    • SHE Travel Club: Platinum Label 2023,
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards: Best Luxury Architecture Design Hotel in Eastern Europe,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Poland,
    • 2020-2021 European Property Awards: Best Hotel Interior Europe
 

Smart Innovation School

  • location: Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Łukasz Iwan, Paulina Słocińska, Łukasz Chmiel, Aleksandra Weber, Anna Gołyga, Kuba Świdziński, Jarek Przybyłka, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Sokołowski
  • investor: private
  • design: 2019

FUZJA (Fusion)

Exhibition Treasures of Peru

Akademeia High School in Warsaw

  • location: Poland, Warsaw – Wilanów, ul. Świętej Urszuli Ledóchowskiej 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Beata Bańka, Mariusz Okrajek, Anna Pawełczyk, Jarosław Przybyłka, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Konrad Basan, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski
  • signage & graphics: Kolektyf
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • construction: Firma Inżynierska STATYK
  • installations: Cegroup
  • total area: 4961 m²
  • photographs: Juliusz i Jędrzej Sokołowscy
  • design: 2015
  • realization: 2017
  • certification: LEED Platinum
  • awards:
    • ICONIC Awards 2020 / Innovative Architecture
    • European Property Award 2019 – 2020 – Grand Prix in the category: public building architecture
    • Nomination in European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019
    • Architectural Award of the Mayor of the City of Warsaw – the best public building
    • POLITYKA Architecture Award 2018 – distinction
    • SARP Award of the Year 2018 – distinction
    • Property Design Awards 2018 in the category Design – Interiors: Public Facilities

Hotel in Kołobrzeg

Koszyki Hall

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • design: JEMS Architekci
  • interior architecture of the hall and landscaping of the outdoor areas: Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • usable floor area:
    • interior: 1 900 sqm,
    • exterior: 700 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Daniel Rumiancew
  • signage: Medusa Group / Joanna Katańska / Kolektyf
  • awards:
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category “Interior Design – Shopping Centre”,
    • Architecture Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist

Roadside shrine / cross in Bronowice

Regle

St. Hyacinth in Bytom

On the initiative of the Roman Catholic Parish of St. Hyacinth and the parishioners themselves, a new public space serving the local community was created in the socially and economically degraded center of Bytom’s Rozbark district. The space directly adjacent to the church was functionally and aesthetically connected to the area of the former square, which was transformed into a rosary garden, referring to the local legend of St. Hyacinth. This area with a religious character is a composition that is a background for the monumental edifice of the temple. In addition to the garden, the main elements of the entire establishment are two pavilions related to the parish’s educational and cultural activities.

Modern buildings with multifunctional rooms designed for youth work, exhibitions and concerts have become a place of rest and recreation, bringing together the activities of the district’s residents. The designed buildings function as religious day-care centers, a place for exhibitions and performances for small theatrical and musical forms. Both buildings have been integrated into the compositional layout of the new land development. Thanks to their contemporary design, they contrast with the historic edifice of the neo-Romanesque St. Hyacinth’s Church. while at the same time – in form and scale – they will maintain the historical hierarchy emphasizing the rank of the temple. Thanks to modern materials such as Corten and glass, however, they establish a generational dialogue with it.

The development has been designed in a modern way. Rainwater from the entire site and roof surfaces is collected in a special retention tank, which is placed several meters below the ground surface. The gray water is then used to water the greenery throughout the garden. The roofs of both buildings are overgrown with greenery, which serves primarily to integrate them into the surroundings of the historic temple and additionally affects, among other things, the thermal comfort of the buildings.

Thus, the garden designed at the church refers to the figure of St. Jack, the patron saint of the place, a teacher of rosary prayer. Along the alleys, religious elements were introduced in the form of rosary plaques and a centrally located Marian grotto with a pond. The whole is complemented by lighting in the form of twenty spheres, referring to the local rosary legend. In this way, the nameless space has been transformed into a religious meeting place that is a modern landmark of the city.

The preservation of some of the old-growth forest facilitated the smooth integration of new site development elements into the existing landscape.

Near the parish house, a rehearsal hall and outdoor stage building (Building A) was designed, along with immediate facilities. The building’s glazed facade, which can be pulled apart if necessary, opens the pavilion toward the church. In this way, the first floor of the building becomes a covered stage, serving outdoor events during the summer season. In the southern part of the site, a facility with a small day care center and accommodations was located (building B). It was kept in the same style, so that together with the new landscaping around the church and the rehearsal hall building, they constitute a compact and coherent material and spatial concept.

To further separate this space, a bench was located in the corner, which encloses the surroundings (auditorium) by the building. This small architectural form, is meant to provoke stopping and prayerful contemplation. The building itself houses rooms for various classes and theatrical, musical and exhibition events, so the interior was designed using economical means, using friendly materials such as wood and large-format prints depicting events from the history of the Rozbark district of Bytom.

Jazz Club Fantom

Łódź Design Festival

Marshall City Hall

Galeria Katowicka

Water Tower in Pszczyna

Czarni Bytom

Sea Museum

Radio and Television Department building

Art Pavilion

The temporary exhibition pavilion is a functional object – framework for changing events associated with the Museum of Modern Art and the National Audiovisual Institute, as well as a symbolic object – a symbol, a sign recognizable in the changing context of different locations. Characteristic arches from the Museum of Modern Art by Christian Kerez’a are deliberately used in creating the form of the pavilion. The intention is for the pavilion to become a kind of announcement of new Museum, and then a satellite of operating facility. The Pavilion is an open space – to ensure full freedom of movement to the audience, vertical divisions weren’t used, the border of interior and exterior of the object isn’t defined. The pavilion takes the symbolic form of the gate, the transition of urban space into the space of art.Large “margin” for artists and curators is left to ensure flexibility in arranging of space pavilion. The measure of success of the planned artistic events is the “content” and the object itself is merely a flexible frame of these events and a formal symbol – a sign in the landscape.

Jazz Cafe

Rebuilding of tenement house in Katowice

City hall building in Bytom

Film School containers

Bus Stop

Hotel in Kowary

Water tower in Gliwice

International Conference Center

Mountain hotel in Kowary

Blood Donation Center

Office and retail building in Rybnik

Temporary Museum of Modern Art

Soraya salon

Cricoteka

FAIRPLAY sports center

Superstructure of a tenement house in Katowice

Chopin Center in Warsaw

Wilson mine shaft

PARKauto

SPORTTOWER

Museum of Contemporary Art in Toruń

CCIFP Gala

National Museum of the Przemysl Region

SARP Competition No. 921 realisation, open, nationwide, one-stage competition for the architectural concept of the seat of the National Museum of the Przemysl Region in Przemyśl.

District’s Culture Promotion Center

Ludwig Hairdressing Salon

European Music Academy in Chodzież

National open competition for the development of a functional and spatial concept for the EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC IN CHODZIEZ in Poland

German Embassy

University of Agriculture

Open nationwide architectural competition for the architectural-conceptual design of the “ADAPTATION OF THE OLD Boiler House for the needs of the Agricultural Academy in POZNAN”.

Halgo – furniture gallery

refurbishment

Krystyna Mine Shaft

FUZJA – stage 8

  • location: Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego 13a
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Małgorzata Czechowicz, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Słocińska, Sebastian Dziedzic, Andrzej Dukalski, Damian Langer, Małgorzata Kasińska, Izabela Moskal, Natalia Sołjan, Adela Czeczotka, Aleksandra Mazur, Tomek Drozd, Adam Wasilewski, Michał Sokołowski
  • consruction: Industria Project
  • installations: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT, BZB Projekt (sieci-procedury administracyjne), Marcin Wejner (sieci), Pracownia Projektowa Luksan (sieci, procedury administracyjne)
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Joanna Katańska
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-Architektura Krajobrazu
  • conservation work programme: Archi-projekt Szymon Herman
  • eexpert opinion on building physics: W-ART Robert Wójcik
  • chemical and mycological tests: AONT Akademicki Ośrodek Naukowo-Techniczny
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 11 762 m²
  • design: 2021-2023
  • realization: od 2023
  • investment website: https://echo-fuzja.pl/lofty

FUZJA – stage 7

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego 13b
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Małgorzata Czechowicz, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Marcin Lech, Paulina Słocińska, Sebastian Dziedzic, Andrzej Dukalski, Agnieszka Majcher-Lisowicz, Marta Prag, Adela Czeczotka, Małgorzata Kasińska, Łukasz Chmiel, Karolina Gil, Grzegorz Pietraszuk, Michał Bienek, Jakub Koźlik, Aleksandra Mazur, Mateusz Małecki, Tomek Drozd, Adam Wasilewski, Michał Sokołowski
  • construction: Industria Project
  • industries: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT, BZB Projekt (networks-administrative procedures), Marcin Wejner (networks), Pracownia Projektowa Luksan (networks, administrative procedures)
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Wunder Fabrik
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-Architektura Krajobrazu
  • programme of conservation work on the building: Archi-projekt Szymon Herman
  • programme of polychrome conservation works: Pracownia Konservacji Architektury Malarstwa i Rzeźby Restauro (Conservation Studio of Architecture, Painting and Sculpture Restauro)
  • building physics expertise: W-ART Robert Wójcik
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 8 840 sqm
  • design: 2021-2022
  • realization: since 2022
  • investment site: https://echo-fuzja.pl/lofty
  • awards: distinction in international competition of the Schock Group

Hotel Nobu Warsaw

  • location: Warsaw / Poland, Wilcza street
  • investor: Tacit Investment S.A.
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Aleksandra Nowak, Dorota Pala, Wojtek Funkiewicz, Magda Kołłątaj, Paulina Skalska, Kasia Chobot, Natalia Krzeszowska, Izabela Moskal, Magdalena Stanik-Banasik, Weronika Korpalska, Anna Szuba, Anna Wawrzyniak, Tomasz Budziński, Monika Muszyńska, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Michał Laskowski, Krzysztof Weber
  • total area:  11 830 sqm
  • design: 2017
  • realization: 2020
  • certification: LEED · New Construction (v2009) · Gold
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Nate Cook
  • awards:
    • World Luxury Hotel Awards:
      • Best Luxury Lifestyle Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Design Hotel 2023 Poland
      • Best Luxury Conferences & Events Hotel 2023 Europe
    • 2nd place in the 4th edition of the “Object of the Year in Aluprof Systems 2022” competition;
    • TOP Builder 2022;
    • The Plan Award 2021: winner in “Hospitality” category;
    • European Property Awards 2021-2022:
      • “Hotel Architecture Poland” winner;
      • “Hotel Interior Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “New Hotel Construction & Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • “Bathroom Design Poland” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐;
      • nominations in following categories: “Best New Hotel Construction & Design Europe”, “Best Hotel Interior Europe”, “Best Bathroom Design Europe”;
    • laureate of Architectural Award of POLITYKA 2020;
    • 1st place in “Hotel” category in Art in Architecture Festival along with Tacit Investment Polska S.A.

FUZJA – stage 1 – Power plant building

FUZJA – stage 1

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego / ul. Milionowa
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Michał Bienek, Katarzyna Chobot, Adela Czeczotka, Piotr Dećko, Marija Gawąd, Michał Gawron, Jagoda Kus, Damian Langer, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Sandra Przepiórkowska, Mateusz Rymar, Tymoteusz Sapa, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Słocińska, Lechosław Słomka, Michał Sokołowski, Bożena Wróbel, Ewa Zielonka-Mossoczy
  • construction: BZB Projekt, Industria Project
  • installations: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT
  • network infrastructure and administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work programme: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 3 250 sqm
  • land area: 24 062 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization:since 2020
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • investment website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/
  • awards:
    • distinction in the “Designed for People” competition for Anna’s Gardens,
    • finalist in The European Prize for Urban Public Space competition
FUZJA site plan

FUZJA (Fusion)

London Empire House

Koszyki Hall

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • design: JEMS Architekci
  • interior architecture of the hall and landscaping of the outdoor areas: Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • usable floor area:
    • interior: 1 900 sqm,
    • exterior: 700 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Daniel Rumiancew
  • signage: Medusa Group / Joanna Katańska / Kolektyf
  • awards:
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category “Interior Design – Shopping Centre”,
    • Architecture Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist

TechPark Kanlux

  • Location: Poland, Radzionków
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Dorota Pala, Anna Struska, Michał Bienek, Bartłomiej Karaś, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Grzegorz Dalmata, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Adamczyk, Konrad Basan, Michał Sokołowski
  • Ivnestor: KPE Nieruchomości S.A.
  • Contractor: Milimex Sp. z o.o.
  • Construction: figura.team
  • Usable floor area: 900 m
  • Design: 2015
  • Realization: 2016
  • Photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • Awards:
    • Grand Prix and first prize in the “Object” category in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition.
    • European Property Awards 2017 – Best office architecture in Europe and Poland.

Łódź Design Festival

H2O

Water Tower in Pszczyna

Tenement house Kościuszki 55

Rebuilding of tenement house in Katowice

Area of cement works in Jaworzno-Szczakowa

Old granary

 

Water tower in Gliwice

Superstructure of a tenement house in Katowice

Lofts in old coal mine baths

Wilson mine shaft

Wasko office building

PARKauto

Bolko Loft

residential

Szkolna

  • location: Poznań, Poland
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Leszek Fliciński, Krzysztof Pyta, Sabina Sieczkowska, Michał Sokołowski
  • investor: REVIVE Poland Sp. z o.o.
  • usable floor area: 13 900 sqm
  • design 2023
  • realization: concept design

FUZJA – stage 8

  • location: Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego 13a
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Małgorzata Czechowicz, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Słocińska, Sebastian Dziedzic, Andrzej Dukalski, Damian Langer, Małgorzata Kasińska, Izabela Moskal, Natalia Sołjan, Adela Czeczotka, Aleksandra Mazur, Tomek Drozd, Adam Wasilewski, Michał Sokołowski
  • consruction: Industria Project
  • installations: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT, BZB Projekt (sieci-procedury administracyjne), Marcin Wejner (sieci), Pracownia Projektowa Luksan (sieci, procedury administracyjne)
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Joanna Katańska
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-Architektura Krajobrazu
  • conservation work programme: Archi-projekt Szymon Herman
  • eexpert opinion on building physics: W-ART Robert Wójcik
  • chemical and mycological tests: AONT Akademicki Ośrodek Naukowo-Techniczny
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 11 762 m²
  • design: 2021-2023
  • realization: od 2023
  • investment website: https://echo-fuzja.pl/lofty

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage K

Zawiszy Czarnego Tysiąclecie

  • location: Poland, Katowice, Tysiąclecia Estate
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Łukasz Iwan, Paulina Kałużna, Maciej Nowak, Maciej Orlicz, Maciej Szeremeta, Tomasz Toczek, Jarosław Przybyłka, Jakub Świdziński, Michał Sokołowski, Tomasz Drozd, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Małgorzata Kasińska, Krzysztof Weber
  • investor: Henniger Investment
  • construction: KZ Studio Projektowe
  • installations: WNprojekt, Elsanteam, Ennpro
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Natalia Pietruszewska
  • plot area: 3,2 ha
  • usable floor area: ~29 000 sqm
  • design: 2021-23
  • realization: since 2023

FUZJA – stage 7

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego 13b
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Małgorzata Czechowicz, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Monika Węglińska-Szymczak, Marcin Lech, Paulina Słocińska, Sebastian Dziedzic, Andrzej Dukalski, Agnieszka Majcher-Lisowicz, Marta Prag, Adela Czeczotka, Małgorzata Kasińska, Łukasz Chmiel, Karolina Gil, Grzegorz Pietraszuk, Michał Bienek, Jakub Koźlik, Aleksandra Mazur, Mateusz Małecki, Tomek Drozd, Adam Wasilewski, Michał Sokołowski
  • construction: Industria Project
  • industries: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT, BZB Projekt (networks-administrative procedures), Marcin Wejner (networks), Pracownia Projektowa Luksan (networks, administrative procedures)
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • signage: Wunder Fabrik
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-Architektura Krajobrazu
  • programme of conservation work on the building: Archi-projekt Szymon Herman
  • programme of polychrome conservation works: Pracownia Konservacji Architektury Malarstwa i Rzeźby Restauro (Conservation Studio of Architecture, Painting and Sculpture Restauro)
  • building physics expertise: W-ART Robert Wójcik
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 8 840 sqm
  • design: 2021-2022
  • realization: since 2022
  • investment site: https://echo-fuzja.pl/lofty
  • awards: distinction in international competition of the Schock Group

Sarnie Estate

  • location: Poland, Bielsko-Biała
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Katarzyna Chobot, Tomasz Drozd, Leszek Fliciński, Julia Kazimierska, Klaudia Matura, Krzysztof Pyta, Tomasz Toczek
  • visualisations: Monokolor Krzysztof Drozda
  • landscape architecture: KASS – ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • construction: Pracownia Byrdziak
  • installations: TTProjekt
  • road and network design: Seweryn Wróblewski, Marcin Wejner
  • fire protection: Marcin Szewerniak
  • investor: TDJ Estate sp. z o.o.
  • usable floor area:
    • stage I: 9 900 sqm
    • stage II: 8 400 sqm
  • design: 2021-2022
  • realization: under construction

Glivia – stage II

Stacja Wola – stage II

location: Warsaw / Poland
architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
associate architects: Rafał Stefanowski, Monika Rychlicka-Borzechowska, Magdalena Tamoń-Będkowska, Karolina Stejskał, Katarzyna Bobrowska, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Krzysztof Weber, Michał Gawron, Tymoteusz Sapa, Aleksandra Mazur, Michał Sokołowski
landscape architecture: KASS – ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
construction: PKBI
installations: AER Polska
fire protection: Janusz Woźniak
investor: Echo Investment
usable floor area: 13 300 sqm
design: 2019-2020
realization: 2022

FUZJA – stage 3

Stacja Wola – stage I

Polish Hook

  • lokalizacja: Gdańsk
  • inwestor: Grupa Capital Park
  • architekci: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • współpraca autorska: Karolina Stejskał, Michał Sapko, Michał Sokołowski, Aleksandra Mazur, Mateusz Małecki, Tymoteusz Sapa
  • powierzchnia całkowita:  24 610 m²
  • projekt: 2021

FUZJA – stage 1

Glivia

First District

  • location: Poland, Katowice
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Maria Jaksik-Fikus, Anna Siwińska, Jarosław Przybyłka, Marta Frączyk, Łukasz Iwan, Jakub Świdziński, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Konrad Basan, Krzysztof Weber
  • investor: TDJ Estate sp. z o. o.
  • total area (stage 1): 38 090 sqm
  • usable floor area (stage 1): 16 100 sqm
  • design: 2016
  • realization:
    • stage 1: 2021
    • stage 2: under construction
  • awards: European Property Awards 2022 in Residential High-rise Architecture category
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Tomasz Zakrzewski, TDJ Estate, Wojciech Radwański

Raciborska

FUZJA – stage 2

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage H

Origami House

House in Bieszczady

  • location: Bieszczady
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Jarosław Przybyłka, Anna Gołyga, Michał Sokołowski, Michał Laskowski
  • construction: KZ STUDIO PROJEKT
  • industries: WN-PROJEKT, ELSANTEAM, Eko Elprom
  • investor: Henniger Investment
  • usable floor area: 352,58 sqm
  • design: 2019
  • realization: 2020
  • photographs: Juliusz Sokołowski, Wojciech Radwański, Przemo Łukasik

Bolko Estate

Gliwice Kazimierza Wielkiego

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage F, G

Wilanów

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage D, E

FUZJA (Fusion)

House in Gliwice

Infinity Pool in the Caribbean

Mieszkaj w Mieście (Live in a City) – Stage A, B, C

01_MWM_LOGO

Single family house

Baltycka Residences

Housing building N1

House in Gliwice

House in Mogilany – Konary

Rowhousing concept design in Tychy

Holiday home

Millenium – housing complex

Area of cement works in Jaworzno-Szczakowa

Old granary

 

House in Zbroslawice

House in Ornontowice

House in Tychy

Single family housing concept design in Tychy

Multifamily housing concept design

Housing building N2

House in Pyskowice

Widok – apartment building

House in Toruń

Apartment in panel building

House in Józefów near Łódź

Multi-unit residential building in Katowice

House in Olsztyn

Lofts in old coal mine baths

Actor’s apartment

House in Poznań

House in Józefów near Warsaw

Bolko Loft

Single family house extension in Izabelin

House in Żernica

House in Katowice

Attic in Bytom

House in Gliwice

Apartment building in Leverkusen / Germany

retail

Tuna

  • location: Poland, Warsaw, ul. Elektryczna 2
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Izabela Moskal, Natalia Sołjan, Maja Gacka, Dorota Pala
  • signage: David Racchi
  • investor: Martin Gimenez Castro, David Racchi
  • usable floor area: 172,6 sqm
  • design: 2021/2022
  • realization: 2022
  • photographs: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Czerniakowski Harbour

Jassmine

Koszyki Hall

  • location: Poland, Warsaw
  • design: JEMS Architekci
  • interior architecture of the hall and landscaping of the outdoor areas: Medusa Group
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dorota Pala, Natalia Krzeszowska, Bartłomiej Karaś, Anna Struska, Michalina Adamczyk, Anna Szuba-Białas, Anna Jabłońska, Michał Bienek, Grzegorz Dalmata, Michał Sokołowski, Konrad Basan, Mateusz Rymar
  • Signage: Kolektyf
  • graphics: Kolektyf, Mamastudio
  • investor: Hala Koszyki Grayson Investments sp. z o. o. sp. k.
  • usable floor area:
    • interior: 1 900 sqm,
    • exterior: 700 sqm
  • design: 2015-2016
  • realization: 2016
  • photographs: Daniel Rumiancew
  • signage: Medusa Group / Joanna Katańska / Kolektyf
  • awards:
    • First prize in the category “Export work of Silesian architects” in the Architecture of the Year of the Silesian Voivodeship 2017 competition,
    • Grand Prix in the 3rd edition of the competition for the Architectural Award of the President of the City of Warsaw,
    • SARP Award of the Year 2016 – distinction,
    • Property Design Awadrs 2017 in the category “Interior Design – Shopping Centre”,
    • Architecture Award of Polityka 2016 – finalist

Jazz Club Fantom

Galeria Katowicka

Water Tower in Pszczyna

Retail gallery Makrum

Jazz Cafe

Adaptation of ‘Krystyna’ mine shaft for multifunctional centre

Galeria Poludnie retail complex

Office and retail building in Rybnik

f2 sport store

PARKauto

Halgo – furniture gallery

urban planning

Tarnów Brewery

  • Location: Tarnów
  • Architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Associate architects: Dorota Pala, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Tomasz Szeremeta, Anna Szuba-Białas, Michał Sokołowski, Małgorzata Kasińska, Aleksandra Mazur, Tomasz Drozd, Adam Wasilewski
  • Investor: CD Locum
  • Usable floor area: 38 600 sqm
  • Design: 2024

Sports complex in Piekary Śląskie

Wawer

FUZJA – stage 1

  • location: Poland, Łódź, ul. Tymienieckiego / ul. Milionowa
  • architects: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • associate architects: Dawid Beil, Michał Bienek, Katarzyna Chobot, Adela Czeczotka, Piotr Dećko, Marija Gawąd, Michał Gawron, Jagoda Kus, Damian Langer, Michał Laskowski, Mateusz Małecki, Aleksandra Mazur, Agnieszka Morga-Bałamut, Sandra Przepiórkowska, Mateusz Rymar, Tymoteusz Sapa, Justyna Siwińska-Pszoniak, Paulina Słocińska, Lechosław Słomka, Michał Sokołowski, Bożena Wróbel, Ewa Zielonka-Mossoczy
  • construction: BZB Projekt, Industria Project
  • installations: Elsanteam, eNNpro, WN-PROJEKT
  • network infrastructure and administrative procedures: BZB Projekt
  • road design: Seweryn Wróblewski
  • greenery design: Krzysztof Kass KASS-ARCHITEKTURA KRAJOBRAZU
  • conservation work programme: ARCHI-PROJEKT Szymon Herman
  • investor: Echo Investment
  • usable floor area: 3 250 sqm
  • land area: 24 062 sqm
  • design: 2019-2020
  • realization:since 2020
  • photographs: Rafał Tomczyk
  • investment website: https://fuzja-echo.pl/
  • awards:
    • distinction in the “Designed for People” competition for Anna’s Gardens,
    • finalist in The European Prize for Urban Public Space competition
FUZJA site plan

Hałda – multi-storey car park

National Center for Ice Sports

FUZJA (Fusion)

Area of cement works in Jaworzno-Szczakowa

Tumska Street

osaka air(is)land

Freedom Square

Open, nationwide, one-stage urban-architectural competition for the development of an urban-architectural concept for Plac Wolności (Freedom Square) in Wrocław.

“Michał” coal mine

European Council Square

Urban planning and architectural competition to develop a spatial development concept for a section of the city of Katowice and to create the European Council Square.

Piłsudski square

Development project for J.Piłsudski Square in Gliwice with the Independence Monument and urban design concept for the surroundings.