The Future of Gwardii The Future of Gwardii

Plans to revive Hala Gwardii were made public last week by the Warsaw-based architectural studio Bulanda, Mucha – Architecki. Their concept envisions the transformation of the eastern wing of the Hala Mirowska complex into a modern food and leisure market showcasing regional produce and eco foods.

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Space has also been set aside for approximately 20 food & drink outlets, increasing speculation that Hala Gwardii will, to all intents and purposes, become Hala Koszyki’s first real legitimate rival.

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Originally constructed between 1899 and 1901 on the instruction of Russian mayor Nikolai Bibikov, Hala Gwardii and Mirowska functioned as Warsaw’s largest market up until 1944.

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