Project Description

In the very heart of the city, close to Krakowskie Przedmieście Street and within the surroundings of magnificent developments dating back to the 1920s, we have built a luxurious, multi-storey building featuring spacious apartments and an automated, underground car park.

The history of this area goes back to the 18th century and concerns Prince Karl Otto von Nassau-Siegenem, also known as Prince Dynassov; the entire district was named after him. The area was however considerably destroyed during the Second World War. Only “Dynasy Street” as a name has remained to this day after this old part of the town.

The building that we have erected is the first all-new development in the area in over 70 years and reflects modernity of design while incorporating elements retained from the old days, allowing them to blend handsomely with the surrounding locales and edifices. The apartment building was constructed on a banking slope and spans a height difference of about seven meters between the opposing walls. Such design required the application of highly specialized engineering technologies such as slurry walls, particular security measures and extraordinary excavation methods.

The building is equipped with two lifts – one passenger lift and one vehicle elevator. The exterior walls are cladded with high quality stone slabs and glass paneling to reflect the surrounding greenery, which recaptures the historical ethos of this beautiful place.

Authors of the Project:

arch. Grzegorz Stiasny, arch. Jakub Wacławek, cooperation with Janina Rygiel