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An Icon of Warsaws Skyline

Katowice | Poland

The Gallery of Peculiar Offices

As an organisation with strong, human-centric values, we believe that art plays a huge role in creating communities and engaging environments. Architecture, interior design, photography, painting, music, as well as many other components, all have their part in giving magnificent places their unique character. In order to depict and embrace the uniqueness of our projects, we invited a group of talented rising Polish artists and asked them to visualise the character of each of our assets. As a result, we’ve received amazing pieces of art which we would like to widely implement in our properties and their promotional materials. “The Gallery of Peculiar Offices” campaign is our way of sharing the results of our artistic collaboration with a wider audience in the form of brand new, beautifully illustrated project brochures.

 

What is “The Gallery of Peculiar Offices” campaign?

  • A way to show the true, amazing spirit of each of our office buildings
  • Our attempt at supporting & promoting talented, local artists
  • A plan to bring art into our properties and their promotional materials

 

An Icon of Warsaws Skyline

An icon of architecture. One of the most elegant buildings on the Warsaw skyline. Dealing with timeless beauty requires somebody who profoundly understands architecture. Adam Kosik understands it like nobody else, yet he can always give it a humane spin, as seen in those remarkably sublime illustrations.

 

About the artist

Adam Kosik is an architect by education. He has lived in Warsaw all his life, so he finds the subjects for his illustrations in the nooks and crannies of the capital’s streets. He is mainly inspired by architecture and its human context. The character of his drawings is influenced by a strong colour palette, which does not directly refer to the drawn objects, but rather serves as an attempt to find a compromise between the literal nature of architecture and illustrative fantasy.

 

The Gallery of Peculiar Offices

As an organisation with strong, human-centric values, we believe that art plays a huge role in creating communities and engaging environments. Architecture, interior design, photography, painting, music, as well as many other components, all have their part in giving magnificent places their unique character. In order to depict and embrace the uniqueness of our projects, we invited a group of talented rising Polish artists and asked them to visualise the character of each of our assets. As a result, we’ve received amazing pieces of art which we would like to widely implement in our properties and their promotional materials. “The Gallery of Peculiar Offices” campaign is our way of sharing the results of our artistic collaboration with a wider audience in the form of brand new, beautifully illustrated project brochures.

 

What is “The Gallery of Peculiar Offices” campaign?

  • A way to show the true, amazing spirit of each of our office buildings
  • Our attempt at supporting & promoting talented, local artists
  • A plan to bring art into our properties and their promotional materials

 

An Icon of Warsaws Skyline

An icon of architecture. One of the most elegant buildings on the Warsaw skyline. Dealing with timeless beauty requires somebody who profoundly understands architecture. Adam Kosik understands it like nobody else, yet he can always give it a humane spin, as seen in those remarkably sublime illustrations.

 

About the artist

Adam Kosik is an architect by education. He has lived in Warsaw all his life, so he finds the subjects for his illustrations in the nooks and crannies of the capital’s streets. He is mainly inspired by architecture and its human context. The character of his drawings is influenced by a strong colour palette, which does not directly refer to the drawn objects, but rather serves as an attempt to find a compromise between the literal nature of architecture and illustrative fantasy.