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Old May 11th, 2014, 02:30 AM   #561
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Old May 15th, 2014, 11:21 AM   #562
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Very nice post, all the collection are very unique and amazing, liked it very much.Thanks for your post.
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Old May 22nd, 2014, 04:06 AM   #563
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Old May 22nd, 2014, 06:33 PM   #564
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fantastic example of modern architecture mukka! completely forgotten about this one
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Old May 31st, 2014, 04:18 AM   #565
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Old May 31st, 2014, 04:36 AM   #566
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Old June 2nd, 2014, 03:17 PM   #567
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Happy to see such an wonderful post.Thanks for sharing.
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Old June 3rd, 2014, 04:54 AM   #568
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Old June 3rd, 2014, 09:07 PM   #569
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the shopping malls in Poland are very nicely designed and what's best they all look quite different.
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Old June 4th, 2014, 01:03 AM   #570
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Czas na kompleks Wola Center autorstwa Kuryłowicz & Associate . Biurowce wybudowane w latach 2011-2013, deweloperem jest LC Corp (tutaj Warszawa wygrywa jakością ich inwestycji z Wrocławiem).

479. Widok ogólny.

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480. Drzewka!

Wola Center by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

481. Kąt.

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482. Neomodernizm.

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483. Tutaj troszku przekombinowane.

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484. I jeszcze jeden widok ogólny, z innej strony:

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Old June 5th, 2014, 07:21 AM   #571
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It's a shame they added that hideous lettering on top
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Old June 5th, 2014, 10:12 AM   #572
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should be f...... illegal!
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Warsaw - 19th district

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Dzięki za komentarze i przepraszam za tak rzadkie wrzutki

Przyszła kolej na 19. Dzielnicę JEMSów:

489.

19 Dzielnica by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

490. Polowanie

Hunting by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

491. Zagłębiamy się:

19 Dzielnica by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

492. Niby nie grodzone, a jednak grodzone.

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493. Ale udało się wejść:

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494. Brzózki, trawka, można leżeć (pod czujnym okiem sąsiadów).

19 Dzielnica by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

495. Podwórko z XXI wieku.

19 Dzielnica by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

496. Jednak ktoś tu żyje...

19 Dzielnica by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

497. Te ślepe ściany trochę nieteges.

19 Dzielnica by Maciek Lulko, on Flickr

498. Pawilonik.

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Wroclaw - office building near the railway station

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Nie zagłębiałem się bardzo w otoczenie, nie widziałem budynku z drugiej strony na własne oczy. Jednak z placu wokół dworca budynek robi świetne wrażenie. Stanowi fajną dominantę.

Ode mnie z wczoraj 11 rano


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Old July 24th, 2014, 11:48 PM   #579
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Expo 2015 Milan

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On May 1st, 2015, Expo 2015 will open in Milan. It aims to be the largest international event ever organised to unite countries, institutions, companies and citizens in exploring ideas and solutions for ensuring sufficient nutritious food for the growing global population. The tradition of Universal Expositions dates back to the 19th century and the industrial revolution. Country pavilions evolved over time, taking shape in the 1920s. They were given the name "Expo" in 1967.


Country pavilions are cutting edge, architecturally significant constructions which have come to represent the country in question more than its content. Poland has a history of successful pavilions. In 2000, a team of architects from Krakow (headed by Wojciech Obtułowicz) built a postmodern pavilion encircled by an open corridor in Hanover. Another Krakow studio (Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewy) designed the Polish pavilion for Expo 2005. A cylindrical, metal building with white wicker walls was built to stand for Poland in the Japanese prefecture of Aichi. Five years later, an irregular openwork plywood building with folk patterns was constructed by architects Marcin Mostafa, Natalia Paszkowska and Wojciech Kakowski in Shanghai.


The competition for designing a national pavilion is a prestigious one. Year by year, the number of applicants grows. Despite the late decision on Polish participation in the Expo, 59 projects were submitted for review this year. The contestants included well-known studios as well as young architects. The main prize was awarded by the jury (headed by architect Włodzimierz Mucha) to the Warsaw studio 2PM, led by Piotr Musiałowski. The young architects presented a work of "youthful vitality" which brings to life the concepts of the Polish participation. The Polish pavilion will be an apple orchard. Piotr Musiałowski elaborates,


The aim of Polish participation in the Polish Pavilion project at Expo 2015 in Milan is to use things associated with the economic success of Polish agriculture. Analysing the topic, we came to one possible conclusion. As a leader in the production and export of apples, the narrative of the exposition should be based on the apple tree.


Inspired by the form of an apple crate, the architects worked out an openwork elevation which resembles stacked wooden fruit containers. The outer shell will light up at dusk.

Inside will grow an orchard with lanes of budding apple trees. Their vegetative cycle happens to coincide with the Expo. By the end of it, visitors will be able to pick the fruits. The interior walls will be covered in mirrors, creating the illusion of an orchard stretching out to the horizon.



Due to the set competition rules, the Polish pavilion is narrow in the front and wide in the back. Building on this irregularity, the architects have planned a hidden entrance lodged between the two parts of the construction. The narrow part, leading up to the orchard, will take the visitor on an olfactory and auditory trip to Poland.


The exhibition in the Polish pavilion (composed of traditional and multimedia presentations) will contribute to the Expo's mission: assuring food for the growing global population through innovative sustainable practices and new ways of collaboration. "Poland is a powerful exporter of food" Minister of Economy Janusz Piechociński affirmed.
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