The innovative AGH Center of Energy – a new project in Poland

Operation of the AGH Center of Energy – a new complex of Stanislaw Staszic AGH University of Science and Technology  in Krakow (Poland) will be launched in autumn. Façade glazed units and laminated single glass (with Venceva colour system) manufactured in our plants were used for this project.

The complex consists of two buildings – they will comprise as many as 38 specialist laboratories for broadly defined research and development operations. The new centre is to allow for conducting multi-directional research on energy. At the same time, this is the most advanced and the largest in Poland research complex related to energy.

The buildings are of simple shapes – vertical divisions of the façades have been marked distinctly. Some interesting variety are yellow elements and a translucent pavilion located on the roof. The people responsible for the appearance and design of the AGH Center of Energy are Ewa Kozioł-Taracha and Sebastian Chwedeczko, architects of Biuro Rozwoju Krakowa (Krakow Development Office).

Official launching of the new complex is planned in autumn 2015.

More pictures of the facility are available at our Pinterest profile.