The book is devoted to the work of Romuald Gutt, one of the most important Polish architects of the 20th century, forerunner of organic architecture, designer of characteristic buildings of grey brick, public edifices and residential structures. The album is by Błażej Pindor, whose photographs reveal this architecture and its details from many surprising perspectives. This is the first study of the oeuvre of this Polish architect to be presented in such an original and uncompromising form, in artistic, scholarly and editorial terms.
The photos are accompanied by texts by Anna Dybczyńska-Bułyszko, Łukasz Gorczyca, and Bolesław Stelmach. The book was published together with the National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning: in Polish but with an English summary for our English-speaking readers.