Warsaw's modernist past is attracting renewed attention, and the architects at Chapman Taylor know exactly what to do.
The public sports and recreation complex in Warsaw's Zoliborz dates back to 1950, it was originally designed by modernist architect Stanisław Barylski*.
The buildings have fallen into disrepair, and the city recently appointed our frequent collaborators at Chapman Taylor to master-plan and design a new life for the place.
After extensive consultations with the local community, this gem of a project was developed. We chose the light and airy atmosphere to reflect the sense of joy and carefreeness the space will provide.
*Barylski also designed residential houses around Warsaw's fanciest historic neighbourhood of Saska Kępa, a favourite among artists and writers, as well as where our office happens to be (brag, brag).