External view of the History of Polish Jews. Credit: Arup.

Innovative exhibition design

Combining the past with the future in an openwork structure.

Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Internal view of Galleria Katowicka. Credit: Arup.

Avant-garde design

A multifunctional transport and retail centre strategically integrated and connected.

Galeria Katowicka
External view of Zlote Tarasy. Credit: Arup.

Iconic roof

A free-form glass roof covering a mixed-use development in the centre of Warsaw.

Zlote Tarasy
External view of the Polish Aviation Museum. Credit: Arup.

Distinctive and modern design

Modern architecture directly inspired by Origami art, aeronautical themes and the history of the site as an airport.

Polish Aviation Museum

Arup in Poland was opened in 1998 and currently has three offices in WarsawKrakow and Wrocław, employing more than 160 professionals. We offer a full range of design and consulting services, performed by specialists from Poland as well as from all over the world. We use the most modern technical solutions, working in an economical and environmentally-friendly sustainable manner to satisfy the needs of our clients. We work across a large variety of projects ranging from minor studies to more complex projects as well as the management of large investments.  

Projects

News

  • 20Mar 2014

    Arup wins RealGreen Services Provider of the Year 2014 at MIPIM

    The CEEQA Awards (Central Eastern European Real Estate Quality Awards) are organised each year in association with the Financial Times to recognise business excellence in green building and CRE investment across 18 countries in New Europe.

  • 17Feb 2014

    Labour market experts choose Arup

    The award was the result of the 4th Antal International survey, a research conducted to more than 3000 specialists and managers across the country. The survey was about the company which would most like to take up employment.

  • 17Jan 2014

    Lead consultant for new Roskilde Fjord Link

    The infrastructural project includes 6.6km dual carriageway and a 1.4km tolled high-bridge. Intended to decrease congestion in the city of Frederikssund, where there is currently only a fixed crossing over the fjord, the new link will act as a by-pass to the south of Frederikssund.

  • 03Dec 2013

    Transformation of Children's Hospital complete

    Arup contributed significantly to the new operation, surgery and emergency block of this healthcare centre, which became the biggest children's hospital in the city.

Offices

Publications

  • Design Book 2013 front cover

Design Yearbook

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