Władysław Sadłowski

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Władysław Sadłowski (June 25, 1869 in Lviv – May 25, 1920 in Lviv) was a renowned Polish architect and a graduate of the Lwów Technical Academy. In 1888, Sadłowski was delegated to design a new railway station for Austrian-ruled Lemberg (Lviv in present-day Ukraine).

The final project, prepared in less than a year, encompassed a large, horizontally-oriented main hall, with two large train yards located in the background. The main entrance was topped with a large dome made of bolted steel and stained glass. Both wings of the symmetrical building were constituted by two pavilions, each with a smaller cupola.

Some of his other projects in Lviv include: Industrial School Building (47 Snopkowska Street), 1907–1908,[1] and rebuilding of Baczewski residence, 1908 [2]



  1. ^ (in Polish) Lewicki Jakub , Między tradycją a nowoczesnością: architektura Lwowa lat 1893-1918, Neriton, 2005, p. 81
  2. ^ (in Polish) Kotłobułatowa Irena , Baczewski, Baczewski..., Centrum Europy, 1996 [1].

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