Bolko Loft, Bytom (2002–2003)
An old mine facility, raised on eight reinforced concrete posts, was transformed into a 200 m2 loft. The interior, already containing some partitions, was cleaned and fitted out with a new residential programme; the only new additions were a toilet and a dressing room.
Interior house style for ING Bank outlets (2010–2011)
The interior house style for ING Bank branches will be applied throughout Poland. Without using traditional partition walls it manages to distinguish self-banking, a customer service area and back-office facilities. The use of mobile and modular interior elements allows for a flexible rearrangement to suit changing needs.
Housing estate, Katowice (2006–2009)
In a large residential development designed by several architects, medusagroup's contribution consists of two parallel gallery-access slabs separated by a wide avenue of green public space and an additional freestanding building.
Industrial loft conversion, Gliwice (2007–2009)
This brick granary building, built between 1892 and 1914, was once part of the Prussian Military Unit barracks complex. A rearrangement of the interior spaces and addition of two Cor-Ten steel circulation cores resulted in 30 spacious lofts ranging from 79 to 320 m2 on four levels.