Located in the centre of Łódź in the neighbourhood of a recently revitalised railway station and the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Fabryczna Offices complex draws inspiration from the city’s distinct industrial textile heritage reimagined for contemporary use. This glass and glazed-brick mixed-use building with total area of 31,000 m² is one of the latest developments located in Łódź New City Centre. It will include 27,000 m² of offices spread over 13 floors and 4,000 m² of retail space on the ground floor, with a courtyard designed by a Dutch firm Lola Landscape Architects.
The building has a distinct envelope given the strict instructions for a 4-storey plinth, respecting the outline of the plot and, at the same time, allowing to raise a 60-metre high tower. Its architecture was designed by MVRDV architectural firm.