This is the first building in Poland to make use of a double-skin glass façade on all elevations.
One of the atriums houses a wooden cuboid with small round windows resembling those of early aeroplanes. It is home to a small exhibit on the history of Polish aviation.
Designed to accommodate the Polish Airlines headquaters, the building alludes to the imagery of aviation with its technological simplicity and elegance of form.
Due to extensive use of industrial glass the building seems to be transparent; the architect's intention was to make it look more virtual than real.
The lobby's floor is clad in black granite plates which reflect the sky and moving clouds thanks to a fully-glazed roof.
The interior features two full-height atriums - the publicly accessible entry hall and an inner courtyard enclosed by office space.
The double-skin glass façade, modeled on architect Stefan Kuryłowicz's previous work - Focus Filtrowa, is designed to protect tenants from both excessive heat during summer and noise from the nearby airport.
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