‘Some people say that the classic style never gets old,’ says Emil Oponowicz, co-owner and barman at Warsaw’s swish, quasi-speakeasy Woda Ognista. But is the interwar revival in Poland’s food and beverage industry here to stay?
The 10th Charity Real Estate Beach Volleyball Tournament was memorable for two reasons: play stopped mid-set to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising, and by the end of the day a record 1.18m zł was raised to aid children with cancer.
Poland has been tagged as the ‘dirty boy’ of Europe with 36 of the 50 most polluted cities. Meanwhile, a generation gap in the energy market looms as the coal fleet ages and alternative sources come online. Can the country erase this smear and plug the gap at the same time?
Did you know that Poland is the EU leader in yacht exports or 2nd in video game console exports?
How can the CEE region play a stronger role in the industry via the BRI?
The world's most prestigious architectural practices released their ideas for how the 'Solidarity Transport Hub Poland' could look.
Polish developer Capital Park plans to transform a former factory into a buzzing commercial and community space.
Kershen Naidoo embraced his journey to establishing a new life in Warsaw.