This building is over 80 years old but even though it’s a bit neglected, it still looks supermodern. Its facade is covered with bay windows and vertical glazed walls along staircases. Round corners, terraces on the roof and balconies refer to ocean liners, an extremely popular trend in architecture of the 1930s.
The building housed apartments for employees of the Geodetic Joint Stock Company “Kalisz”. It contains many element of original interior design. It’s the only Warsaw project of Albert Nestrypke who was the main architect and proponent of modernist architecture in the city of Kalisz in the 1920s and 1930s.