07/08 Abandoned Polish shipyard is revived with tiny houses on tracks

Tiny houses at Polish shipyard

Tiny houses at Polish shipyard

Back in 1980, the Gdańsk Shipyard in Poland was famous worldwide as the site of the first organized resistance against Communism in eastern Europe. Now it’s down from over 20,000 workers to about a tenth that number and there are a lot of empty buildings and abandoned rail lines. Dezeen shows the work of Polish architecture students Tomasz Zablotny and Paweł Maszota, who have designed a community of tiny homes that move on those rails.

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Elaine Walker