The Layers that make up the whole
The upcoming exhibition organized by the Polish architectural firm JEMS is an opportunity to showcase the achievements and capabilities of the partners involved in the entire process of creating the Polish Embassy in Berlin. All under the motto: LAYERS that refer not only to the material, but also to the spirit of cooperation.
Skanska is one of the world’s leading companies engaged in construction and development activities. The company’s main goal is to build for the benefit of society, operating in selected markets in Europe and the United States. It is one of the largest construction and development companies in the world. It employs 29,000 people in Europe and the United States.
Echo Investment is Poland’s largest developer with extensive experience in the main sectors of the real estate market: residential, retail, office and hotel. As a company with a shared responsibility for urban development, it engages in projects that fit into and complement the urban fabric. Its flagship project is Browary Warszawskie. Echo Investment is managing and preparing other city-creating projects in Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz and Wroclaw. Each of them is a smartly and responsibly designed piece of the city.
Progress Architecture designs solutions with the aim of providing the highest quality product with exceptional aesthetic qualities allowing to stand out with fashionable architecture and design. The idea of the studio is to create fully functional system solutions that meet all norms and standards, but above all the expectations of even the most complex projects.
Zumtobel has been creating innovative customized lighting solutions for 70 years. Developed with extraordinary attention to detail, the products meet the highest ergonomic, economic and ecological requirements. As a leader in the field of innovation, Zumtobel offers a wide range of high-quality luminaires and lighting control systems for the most diverse areas of application in professional building lighting.
Polnisches Institut Berlin carries out tasks of public diplomacy – it promotes Polish culture, science and art in Germany and works for bilateral cultural, scientific and technical cooperation. The institute’s program activities are aimed at foreign, German-speaking audiences. The institution organizes exhibitions of Polish art and photography, as well as concerts, literary meetings, film screenings, historical debates and architectural talks. The institute has its own gallery space and a library. The library collection includes not only German-language translations of Polish literature and original works in Polish, but also current and archival issues of Polish newspapers and magazines, films and CDs.
Geze is a door, window and security technology partner that most values the customer’s trust in the company’s products: system solutions and services in the door and window industry. Geze is a major driver of digital network solutions for building technology. Its goal is to create comfortable buildings. The company’s intelligent products impress customers around the world in terms of workmanship, comfort and design.
Fundacja Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej supports relations between Poles and Germans. Over the 30 years of its existence, the FWPN has subsidized 16,000 joint projects and thus co-created the basis for the principles of Polish-German understanding. At the core of the FWPN’s activities is the conviction that Poles and Germans as partners can work together for a modern, open and socially just coexistence in the EU. In this sense, the two countries form a community of values. It requires that the bilateralism of relations take on a new dimension and quality, and include a European context.
BUILDER is the leading national monthly magazine for construction, architecture and business. 25 years of experience in the market. It is a media platform integrating the construction, business, finance, architecture and science communities. It’s distinctive and recognizable covers with leading industry executives. It’s also an educational program BUILDER FOR THE FUTURE, and a scientific edition in the form of BUILDER SCIENCE,
The Matter of Layers. Exhibition by JEMS: