The 77STUDIO architecture team was faced with the task of designing a production and warehouse building in Warsaw's Wawer district for a Polish company producing plastic housings. For the "packaging" of the brand's headquarters, the architects chose a minimalist, cuboidal block emphasizing the industrial character of the building.
Devoid of ornamentation, the three-story building on Minerska Street in Warsaw is intended, as the architects emphasize, to attract attention through harmony of proportion and play of light.
We opted for the production hall as a fully flexible space, which is enclosed only by external structural walls," explains Pawel Naduk, owner of Warsaw-based studio 77 STUDIO architektury in Warsaw. - The simple, minimalist body of the cuboid refers to the specifics of the company's business. The box, which is clean in form, can evoke associations with the casings it produces, he adds.