|||||Over 2000 ceramic tiles are used on the upper floor levels|Three shades of red were used to create irregularity on all four elevations|The building marks the first time curved tiles have been used on a facade in Poland|The same shades of red are used on the building’s interior on the floors and walls as an accent||
04 Aug 2014

FAAB Architektura’s blood centre

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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