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Free coworking workspace for people fleeing the war in Ukraine

Photo of the coworking workspace at the Faculty of Architecture

The studio is located at the WUT's Faculty of Architecture at Koszykowa 55

The Warsaw University of Technology's Faculty of Architecture created a space for creative work for architects, designers, artists, researchers, and students who found themselves in Poland as a result of the war in Ukraine.

The originator and implementer of the initiative is Łukasz Piątek, PhD Arch., from the Chair of Architectural Design of the Faculty of Architecture. The workspace was created in a gallery that had not been used throughout the pandemic.

There are 12 workstations available, as well as an internet connection, a multimedia screen, and an A3 colour printer. Employees and students from the Faculty of Architecture assist with everyday work and studies.

According to the coworking concept, the space is open and shared, which stimulates creativity, the creation of a positive environment, and the development of relationships.

The workspace is open from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. It is also possible to use it at other times with prior notice. All interested parties are encouraged to contact and book spaces at coworking.arch@pw.edu.pl.