List of Polish architects

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Following is a list of notable Polish architects and architects from Poland ordered by architectural period.

Gothic[edit]

Renaissance and Mannerism[edit]

Baroque[edit]

18th century: Post Baroque, Rococo and Classical[edit]

19th century: Historicism and Eclecticism[edit]

Hilary Majewski: Łódź City Hall, formerly Heinzel Palace (Pałac Heinzla), in Łódź

20th century to present: Modern[edit]

A–B[edit]

M. Budzyński: Church in Warsaw's district of Ursynów
A. Chołdzyński: Plac Wilsona metro station of the Warsaw Metro

C–D[edit]

E–F[edit]

Maciej Gintowt: Spodek arena in Katowice

G–I[edit]

Paweł Graliński: Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw

J–K[edit]

W. Kłyszewski, J. Mokrzyński, E. Wierzbicki: Building of the KC PZPR (Polish United Workers' Party) in Warsaw
K. Korn: The main post office in Bielsko-Biała

L–M[edit]

M. Leykam: DT[clarification needed] "Orąglak" in Poznań

N–O[edit]

P–Q[edit]

R–S[edit]

Emanuel Rost: Town Hall in Bielsko-Biała

T–U[edit]

V–Z[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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