Warsaw Spire by Ghelamco

Warsaw Spire by Ghelamco, one of the Polish capital’s newest skyscrapers, at Plac Europejski 1, combines ultra-modern architecture, environmentally friendly technology and innovative solutions. The site, designed by Jaspers-Eyers Architects, with PROJEKT Polish-Belgian office of Architecture Ltd., Mac Stopa and Wirtz International Landscape Architects, fills the public square with greenery, fountains, a stream, restaurants, and art.

April 19, 2017
Creating new landmarks and revitalising old ones
When the subject of commercial property comes up in conversation, people usually talk about price per square metre, supply and demand, location and other vital topics. But the industry has so much more to offer, particularly in Poland, where real estate developers have been honing their skills over the last two decades. And what a [...]
April 20, 2017
Kinga Gajewska-Płochocka: Youth in politics
Elected in 2015 at age 26, Kinga Gajewska-Płochocka is Poland’s youngest female member of the Sejm. Poland Today sat down with the motocross-loving, social media savvy politician from opposition party Platforma i Obywatelska (PO) to discuss current issues. A poll by Eurobarometer says that only 6 percent of Poland’s youth believe that joining a party makes [...]
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