Elektrownia Powiśle is a new commercial complex, built in the revitalized building of the Power Plant, operating from 1904 to the 1990s. The building, carefully restored and adapted to its new function, now houses boutiques, restaurants and more. It is surrounded by a high-quality public space, where history is intertwined with modernity.
Mysia3 is an intimate department store in the very center of Warsaw. In the times of the Polish People's Republic, the buildings at Mysia Street housed the Publications and Show Press Control Office, commonly known as "Censorship". A place once associated with repression and limitation, today is the Free Word Square. References to the former purpose of the building can be found in the visual identification of the whole and in the Memorial of Free Word located in front of the entrance. The building houses shops, a café and an exhibition space without losing its cozy atmosphere.
Geszeft is a local product store, an independent region promotion point and a cafe in one. The place aims to promote young Silesian fashion and design designers, artists and authors of publications. Raw, simple interiors are the perfect background for unique objects and events. It is located in a modernist tenement house in the Koszutka district, where one of the first Pewex stores in Katowice operated decades ago. In Poland during communist era, Pewex would constitute the only window to the world beyond the iron curtain.