International Congress Centre – project in Poland

Located in the central part of Katowice (Poland), the International Congress Centre (MCK) is another large and prestigious facility with panes produced at our factories.   The investment was carried out in 2011-2015.

The project was developed in the Polish designing company JEMS Architekci, associated with concepts characterised by clear tectonics and references to the high-tech style.

The building is characterised with, among others, a roof covered with grass, a unique façade of black mesh and a stylishly glazed main entrance.

The new centre was opened in the first half of this year and the first event was held there in March 2015.

More photos of the building can be found here and on our Pinterest profile.

600450 International Congress Centre – project in Poland
Date: 1 September 2015

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