ZODIAK Warsaw Pavilion of Architecture is returning to the map of
ZODIAK Warsaw Pavilion of Architecture is returning to the map of Warsaw as one of the elements of the new center of Warsaw. The Zodiak building was originally designed by prof. arch. Jan Bogusławski and arch. Bohdan Gniewiewski. Opened in 1968, it was an example of Warsaw architecture of post-war modernism. The main task of the designers of the reconstruction of the pavilion (Kalata Architekci) was to extract the most valuable elements of the original project, complementing and adapting it to contemporary needs and technologies.
What was the process of creation of ZODIAK Warsaw Pavilion of Architecture? How should we approach the modernization of objects that are examples of post-war modernism?
Taking part in the discussion will be:
Marlena Happach – Director of the Office of Architecture and Spatial Planning of the Capital City of Warsaw Municipal Office
Eliza Kalata – architect, Kalata Architekci
Mateusz Świętorzecki – co-designer of the building, plenipotentiary of the Warsaw Branch of SARP, responsible for the Zodiak project