Street skyscraper in Katowice
In 1929, in Katowice, at Wigury Street, in 1915 started to build the highest skyscraper in Poland. Designers were the designer and architect Stefan Bryla Mieczyslaw Kozlowski. After five years of sustained construction and finally in the year 1934 skyscraper completed. He was 62 meters and had 17 floors, including 3 underground levels.
One of the technical innovations used in the tower was such garbage chute. The building resident employees of the Tax Holiday, which is then the tax office. At one time lived here also known Polish actor and writer Gustav Holubek and Kazimierz Kutz. The building was commonly called by the inhabitants of a skyscraper.
Address: 15 Zwirki i Wigury Street