The 'Warszawa' publishing series is dedicated to the cultural identity of Warsaw. In subsequent books we focus on lesser-known or previously unpublished, original documentation and research on the city's urban space, its architecture and visual culture, as well as its material and literary heritage.
We also wish to revive the concept of a high quality publication within the series - our aim is to publish books that are not only an original intellectual concept, but are also distinguished by the perfect graphic layout and top-notch print technology.
Series concept and editing:
Łukasz Gorczyca and Michał Kaczyński
Academic consultation for the series:
Professor Waldemar Baraniewski, Ph.D
A book 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.
Another book from the “Warsaw” series—photographs from years 1915-2016
A monograph of Warsaw’s most famous building – Palace of Culture and Science
Warsaw’s housing architecture of the 60s through their political, social and artistic context.
Architecture photography of the 1930s. The first extensive publication on the pre-war photography of modernist architecture in Poland.