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  • Office buildings turning green

    Office buildings turning green

    Within the section “Ecology and Trends” of the May issue of Forbes, article by Anna Łazarowicz, includes our FNP building as the example of an office building “turning green”. The author juxtaposes FNP with Amazon headquarters and the new Apple campus in California. We encourage visitors to go see “… the example that illustrates modern trends…” live.  At the moment the building is blooming!

  • Museum of Prison Pawiak in the final of “2019 AZ Awards for Design Excellence”

    Museum of Prison Pawiak in the final of “2019 AZ Awards for Design Excellence”

    The design of Museum of Prison Pawiak, was chosen to be among finalists of the international competition, 2019 AZ Awards for Design Excellence , organized in Canada. Jury including Thom Mayne, Pritzker Prize winning architect and founding principal of Morphosis, Pat Hanson (gh3, Toronto), Matt Carr (Umbra), Stefano Pujatti (Elasticospa), Johnson Chou (Toronto), chose three finalists in our category “Unbuilt Buildings”. The winner will be announced 21st of June.

  • Golden. One of the last design elements of the Invicta clinic in Wrocław

    Golden. One of the last design elements of the Invicta clinic in Wrocław

    FAAB actively participated in the implementation of one of the last elements of the Invicta clinic in Wrocław. We have helped to move the graphic designed by us, from drawings, to walls and ceilings. This is the missing link in the idea of combining the floor pattern with the ceiling through the wall. Now everything is in the hands of painters. Pictures from the completed realization soon.

  • RCKiK in Racibórz: Red. Architecture in monochrome – published by Phaidon

    RCKiK in Racibórz: Red. Architecture in monochrome – published by Phaidon

    Regional Blood Center in Racibórz, has been published in the album released by Phaidon, London, 2018.
    Red. Architecture in monochrome , with over 200 pages, presents over 1300 years long history of the utilization of the color RED in architecture globally. The publication was reviewed favourably.

     

    “A dazzling celebration.”—The Observer, The New Review”

     

    “These structural works of art show off the best of monochromatic design.”—Architectural Digest

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