Modernism – Architectural Illustrations by Maria Giemza

Modernism, a series of architectural illustrations by Maria Giemza.

Maria Giemza is a Polish illustrator who currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. She has created this illustration series in order to arouse awareness of the often forgotten architecture of buildings from our daily life. They are counting on mercy of passing times and in many cases they are not considered as valuable architecture.

In Maria Giemza’s personal project called “Modernism”, she wanted to give three modernist buildings the attention they deserve. That’s why she has created illustrations of PKP Ochota, a train station in Warsaw; Spodek, a concert hall in Katowice; and the Centrum Warenhaus in Neustadt. Below you can see her work. If you want to discover more of Maria Giemza’s illustrations, feel free and have a look at her website: www.mariagiemza.com

Illustration of PKP Ochota, a train station in Warsaw, Poland.
Illustration of PKP Ochota, a train station in Warsaw, Poland.
A closer view of the train station artwork.
A closer view of the train station artwork.
Illustrative work of Spodek, a concert hall in Katowice.
Illustrative work of Spodek, a concert hall in Katowice.
A more detailed view of the concert hall in Katowice.
A more detailed view of the concert hall in Katowice.
Centrum Warenhaus in Neustadt, an illustration from the Modernism series by Maria Giemza.
Centrum Warenhaus in Neustadt, an illustration from the Modernism series by Maria Giemza.
And finally a close up of the last illustration of the Modernism series by Polish illustrator Maria Giemza.
And finally a close up of the last illustration of the Modernism series by Polish illustrator Maria Giemza.
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