Palace of culture and science
Since architect Lev Rudnev designed it in a style similar to the "Seven Sisters" skyscrapers in Moscow, it is informally referred to as the Eighth Sister. With a height of 237m, it is still the tallest building in Poland and the 6th tallest in European Union. It’s 42 floors house several public and cultural institutions.
Built between 1952 and 1955
Warsaw University of Technology
Main Building, Design: Stefan Szyller, end of the 19th century
Warsaw School of Economics
built between 1951 and 1955
Design: Lahdelma & Mahlamäki, opened in 2012
400m long across the Vistula, opened in 1959
Since the creative and graphic agency Mamastudio always had problems finding accommodation for our friends from abroad”, they decided in 2015 to open their own small hotel in a 19th century residential building in Śródmieście, within Warsaw’s central district. The interior design is by Polish architect Mateusz Baumiller.
from the omnipresent courtyards
Swietokrzyska metro station
Designed by Andrzej M. Chołdzyński the station fully opened to the public in 2015 and features murals by Wojciech Fangor, artist of the Polish School of Posters.
Plac Wilsona metro station
Designed by Andrzej M. Choldzynski, it won in 2008 the Metro award for the best recently constructed metro station.
Centrum Nauki Kopernik station
Built by a consortium of Astaldi, Gülermak and Przedsiębiorstwo Budowy Dróg i Mostów (AGP Metro) between 2010 and 2015.