Bolesław Stelmach
Nałęczów Hydroterapia
Chopin Museum Warsaw
Chopin Museum Żelazowa Wola
Polish Parliament Building extension

Bolesław Stelmach

One of the leading Polish architects Mr. Stelmach holds multiple national and multinational awards from international architectural competitions. His works include the Access House (1995), expansion of the Polish Parliament (2001), redesign of the quarter of Foksal in Warsaw (2002), Science and Technology Park in Lublin (2003), Chopin’s Centre in Warsaw (2005), revitalisation of Chopin’s birth place in Żelazowa Wola (2006), and the redesign of “Theatre Under-Construction” at “Cultures Meeting Point in Lublin” (2009).

In 2010, Bolesław Stelmach was awarded the distinguished Prize of Honour from the Polish Architects Association as well as the Bronze Medal Gloria Arts from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Since 2013 Mr. Stelmach has been a chairman of the Main Urban-Architectural Committee in Poland.

Here is what he shares about his project on SZUCHA:

„Architecture is about transformation of space to live and it should be a synthesis of Nature and Culture. The newly designed project at Szucha is an attempt to combine those two elements into life. From the west, we see a „green” wooden-glass structure which is to be covered by natural foliage. On the building’s lower part and the roof of the project, we experience the floating gardens so that one has an impression of nature, upon entering the building.

From the east, the Szucha project is to be shaped by vertical white concrete prefabricated elements; the rhythm and elegance of which should complement the houses in the closest neighborhood.