Last month we travelled to Wroclaw in the south west of Poland, to shoot our next video and interview with the owners of an architecture studio – Vroa. The studio is based nearby this complex of six concrete buildings, by many called Wroclaw’s Manhattan. It was designed in the second half of the 1960s by Polish architect Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak and built in the 1970s.
You either love it or hate it but, without a doubt, the complex is one of the most iconic modern buildings in the city.
It’s so zipper-like! Love the name Jadwiga.