Terra Casa S.A. announced that its residential project Art Deco Wola Apartments, at Siedmiogrodzka Street in Warsaw, Poland, was granted the final occupancy permit. The investment constitutes an excellent example of a successful revitalization of the city center. The architectural design was prepared by the Kazimierski and Ryba studio and Strabag was the general contractor.
Art Deco Wola Apartments is a residential building in the business center of Warsaw, with a green-roof terrace and garden. The project is in the art déco style and is located close to two metro stations: Rondo Daszynskiego and the new Plocka station. The investment is very impressive, as its key elements such as the shape, elevation and finishing of the common-use areas contain a number of references to the art déco period.
The front elevation is decorated with a wooden module and a mosaic prepared by the Polish artist Lubosz Karwat. The work of art made from precious stones and 24 carat gold refers to the splendour of the Warsaw Bohemia. The interior of the building was designed and made from materials of the highest quality.
The jewel of Art Deco Wola Apartments is its lobby with golden elevators and characteristic elevator floor indicators. The building at 7 Siedmiogrodzka Street in Warsaw is one of only a few buildings in Europe having this type of mechanism indicating the current elevator position. These unique floor indicators refer directly to classical art déco design applied at the beginning of the 20th century in high-rise buildings in Chicago.
In addition to the high standard of finishing of common-use areas, the residents of Art Deco Wola have a number of innovative solutions at their disposal. Each apartment has a direct connection to super-fast internet “Fiber to the Home” as well as “Smart Home” system of remote control of its functions through mobile devices. All units have windows with high acoustic and thermal insulation. On the ground floor, residents have their fitness center. The underground parking provides electric vehicles charging stations and innovative bicycle storage spaces. The building also has a green-roof terrace available to all residents with a view of the city center and the Warsaw Spire.
The district where the Art Deco Wola Apartments were built is one of the few areas in Warsaw, which survived war damages. Our revitalization has harmoniously become a part of the historical heritage and at the same time, we offer a safe and comfortable building. Art Deco Wola is a quintessence of elegance in a perfect location, with a number of technological innovations and details inspired by art déco Chicago style – says Artur Tlustochowski, Terra Casa CEO.
More information is available at: http://artdecowola.pl/