Oak-lined windows contrast pale brick facades at MFRMGR’s house in Warsaw

Recessed windows lined in oak interrupt the homogenous brick facades of this house in Warsaw, which local architecture studio MFRMGR designed to make the most of an awkward site.  House for L occupies a compact plot in the Polish capital, but was required to accommodate a large family. MFRMGR responded by pushing the building as

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Offshore torpedo base in Poland to be transformed by MFRMGR into a water sports hub

Warsaw office MFRMGR has revealed designs to revitalise a former Polish observation tower in the Baltic Sea to create a base for water sports enthusiasts and researchers, accessible only by boat. The lookout station formerly operated as a watch tower for a German research facility responsible for the development of torpedoes during the Second World […]

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