Warsaw, the capital of Poland, has had a very difficult history; almost totally destroyed during World War II, rebuilt under communism, and currently deformed and sealed by the overuse of billboards, the city’s story can be read in its architecture.

Tytus Brzozowski – an architect and artist from Poland – uses elements from the past and present to recreate and reimagine Warsaw’s 19th century charm. In his paintings we find narrow, enchanting streets, elegant townhouses and soaring towers. To reduce the shadows of these tight alleys, his buildings rest on towering stilts, creating spaces underneath for pedestrians to stroll. There is just one question: How do you get inside?

You can also see his previous post here.

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