Panes for the seat of Polish symphony orchestra

The new seat of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (NOSPR) built in Katowice (Poland) is another interesting project made with the use if our panes.

Among others, the PRESS GLASS façade glazed units were used for this project. 

The facility was built in the central part of Katowice. There are over 400 rooms in the building, including concert halls and recording studios. The facility was designed by Tomasz Konior – one of the valued Polish architects. As the designer himself indicates, the main concept was to “create a building like a story within a story in which separate stories give a full picture only after they are combined”.

The new NOSPR seat was officially launched at the beginning of October 2014.

More pictures of the facility are available at our Pinterest profile.

600450 Panes for the seat of Polish symphony orchestra
Date: 25 August 2015

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