Romuald Guttʼs Warsaw

The book is devoted to the work of Romuald Gutt, one of the most impor­tant architects of the 20th cen­tury in Poland, forerun­ner of organic architec­ture, designer of distinctive buil­dings made of grey brick: public edifices and residen­tial struc­tures. The album is by Błażej Pindor, whose photographs reveal this architec­ture and its details from many sur­prising per­spec­tives. This is the first study of the oeuvre of this Polish architect to be presen­ted in such an original and uncom­promising form, in artistic, scholarly and editorial terms

The photos are accom­panied by texts by Anna Dybczyńska-Bułyszko, Łukasz Gor­czyca, and Bolesław Stelmach. The book was published together with the National Institute of Architec­ture and Urban Plan­ning: in Polish language with English sum­mary

Raster Foundation, National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning


ISBN 978-83-946849-7-6, ISBN 978-83-951542-1-8

192 pages

Album: 94 duotone images

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