SuperSam - modernist supermarket in Warsaw, at Mokotowski square, built in 1962, designed by Jerzy Hryniewiecki, Maciej Krasiński and Ewa Krasińska; with structural engineer Wacław Zalewski, first self serve supermarket in Poland; one of the greatest achievements of modernism in Poland. Demolished in 2006 (photo: Tadeusz Borucki)
Sezam - department store located at ul . Marszałkowska 126/134 wWarszawie in the years 1969-2014 . The building was designed by Andrzej Sierakowski, Tadeusz Błażejewski, Jan Kopciowski and Roman Widery as part of a team of the Eastern Wall (photo: unknown photographer, 1981).
Kino Skarpa - cinema operating in the Warsaw downtown, at Copernicus Street in the years 1960-2003 . Construction: 1956-1960, 2008. The demolished building was designed in a modernist style by Zygmunt Stępiński, in cooperation with Andrzej Milewski. Its name cinema owed ocation near the escarpment in Warsaw. The building was characterized by raw, simple lump without ornaments, while its interior had numerous mosaics, decorations and pieces of art (photo: Edmund Kupiecki, Varso, 72 page, Arkady 1971)
Warszawa Centralnais the primary railway station in Warsaw, Poland. Designed by architect Arseniusz Romanowicz, its construction began in 1972 and was completed in 1975 (photo: 2008)
PKO Rotunda was build as a part of the Eastern Wall, built in the years 1960-1969. The building was designed by Jerzy Jakubowicz. The construction of the Rotunda was completed in 1966. Due to the characteristic shape of it was called " general's cap ". February 15, 1979 the building was destroyed in approx. 70 % as a result of a gas explosion (photo: 2006)
Warszawa Powiśle- Old train station ticket office transformed into a bar & concert venue with a beer garden. Design by Arseniusz Romanowicz in 1963 (photo: Tadeusz Zagoździński, 1963, from: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw)
PKP Powisle in Warsaw today. The real building and the miniature (photo: Grupa Warszawa, 2015)