The NOW architectural practice was established in 1989, and it designs and supervises development projects with various functions and sizes, including large structures with complex functions and technologies.
The NOW team is, first and foremost, a team of skilled, responsible architects. It also has a number of experienced partners in the industry to provide comprehensive service during project implementation. Its portfolio of ongoing and completed designs also includes several projects prepared for international project owners, located both in Poland and abroad. These designs were prepared by NOW from the stage of the concept plan through the detailed design phase to the monitoring of construction. In its own backyard – both literally and figuratively – NOW was the successful architect of the Sepia Office, Teal Office and Fern Office buildings, which have been so finely incorporated into the historic fabric of the former Ramisch factory transformed into OFF Piotrkowska Center.
Many of the ongoing and completed designs concern modern retail, office and residential buildings made to specifications corresponding to the project owner’s demand. The effects and quality of this work were appreciated by Filip Springer in his book, “Księga zachwytów” ["Book of Delights"], where he dedicated an entire chapter to the University Library in Zielona Góra. The NOW team is invited to many competitions, winning various awards and distinctions. One of the latest achievements of the architects of NOW is the design of the Comarch office building in Łódź, which reached the final of the competition at the World Architecture Festival 2018. NOW is the author of such recognizable buildings as the Galeria Łódzka shopping center, University Business Park in Łódź, concert hall of the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź and the educational and recreational complex in Kleszczów. NOW specializes not only in big-box public buildings but also in popular residential projects, such as the Chojny Park apartment complex, the “Awangarda” apartments and the Drewnowska “43” apartments, all of which are located in Łódź.