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About Stary Browar

The 50 50 Idea

The 50 50 Idea is a philosophical concept underlying all Grażyna Kulczyk’s projects. It assumes that art constitutes 50% of each project, whereas the other 50% is determined by specific character of a given project.

Balancing of the two components enables experiencing art on a daily basis, also in Stary Browar in which business is a complimentary element.

Stary Browar – a place where life meets art

Stary Browar is not only the flagship representative of the 50 50 Idea but also space which delivers opportunities to experience art. It is a place where one can touch, listen to and admire art and, most importantly, take part in its creation: during a coffee with family and friends, business dinner, shopping with a friend, a concert or an evening film screening with a beloved person.

Stary Browar – a place where life meets art

Over 200 stores, multiple restaurants and coffee shops, a theatre, concert hall, exhibition area, cinema with 8 viewing halls, hotel Blow Up Hall 50 50, 3 music clubs and a historic park – all of these in one place located at the heart of Poznań, within remarkable architecture of the 19th century Hugger’s brewery

Stary Browar – a place where life meets art

Thanks to revitalisation of the original building complex Stary Browar successfully combines the old with the new, history with modern design. It is through permanent art exhibition that Stary Browar creates new quality – the quality of a place where business develops art and art develops business.

Stary Browar – a place where life meets art

“I came there on a sunny day and I instantly felt magic of the place. Despite its location in the city centre I felt as if I was taken to a different reality. Dogs and cats were running everywhere and laundry was hanging on strings. It was exotic. I felt the place had a soul. And I knew from the very beginning that it had to be given to artists. It is my goal to make Stary Browar the place where the ideal art of living can be achieved” – says Grażyna Kulczyk, the sole shareholder of Fortis „Nowy Stary Browar”, Stary Browar’s developer.

History

The beginnings of the 19th century

Ambrosius Hugger, German brewer from Schwarzwald opens his first brewery in Poznań, at Wroniecka street. As brewing beer was becoming more and more profitable at the time, the family decided to open another brewery in 1849 – this time at St. Wojciech street.
It was the time of breakthroughs in brewing business – production became automatic and steam machines and electric lighting started to be used. With the beginning of an era of industrial breweries, small businesses were gradually becoming a thing of the past. Ambrosius Hugger’s sons, Julius and Alfons, contrary to their father, were investing on a larger scale and built the famous Hugger Breweries.

1876

The Hugger brothers buy a cooling house, two dwelling houses and a backhouse located at the corner of Półwiejska and a street stretching from Wilda Gate, along municipal fortifications next to Grolman Fort.

1890

Brew house, Maltings and Drying house with its characteristic chimney are built at the time of Hugger Brewery’s extension. The Brewery’s architecture is in accordance with the arcadian style (rundbogenstil) that was typical of industrial architecture of the time, with elevations made of facing red brick, semicircular windows and simple brick decorations.

1895 – 1921

As the Huggers’ company becomes more and more prosperous, the Brewery is transformed into a joint-stock company. A new office building, cooper workshops and a new chimney are built around the Courtyard. In 1918 the Brewery produces almost 72 000 hectolitres of beer of three brands: Cristal (light Plzeň style beer), Special (dark Munich style) and Porter.

The 20s and 30s

Around 1926 the Brewery is taken over by the Chemical Concern of dr Roman May, and in 1937 by the Union Brewery of Restaurateurs Union (a company of 82 shareholders).

II World War

In September 1939 the Brewery falls under German management and the production of beer lasts until 1944 when Germans transform the cellars and vaults of the Brewery into bunkers and shelters. The Brewery gets vastly destroyed during the battles of Poznań.

After the II World War

After the II World War the Brewery is taken over by the Brewing Companion and the company is nationalised.

1980

After the Brewery is closed its buildings gradually deteriorate. A small company producing fizzy water functions there until 1997, however no renovation works are carried out.

December 1998

A company called Fortis „Nowy Stary Browar” owned by Grażyna Kulczyk buys real estate at Półwiejska street from brewing company Lech Browary Wielkopolskie. After acquiring adjacent estate from Military Property Agency and private entities, Fortis begins works on a project called Business and Art Centre 50 50. The investment is due to be finished at the end of 2003.

1999 – 2002

The area is cleared and made available to theatres. Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus”, Bizet’s “Carmen”, Verdi’s “Macbeth” and “Rigoletto” are subsequently staged. Unique atmosphere of the place makes the performances highly successful and thanks to a live broadcast on TVP Channel 2, “Macbeth” can be viewed all across Poland.

2002

The first construction phase of Business and Art Centre Stary Browar begins.

November 5, 2003

Atrium Wing with more than a hundred stores, restaurants and office space is opened. Stary Browar is among 20 buildings constructed after 1989 that join the famous exhibition “Poland. Architectural icons”.

April 29, 2004

Courtyard of Art is opened. The event is accompanied by the exhibition of works by world-class Italian designer and architect Alessandro Mendini.

December 9, 2005

After winning the title of the best shopping centre in Europe, Stary Browar is chosen by the International Council of Shopping Centres (ICSC) the best shopping centre in the world. Jury of this prestigious competition appreciated not only the architecture of buildings but, most importantly, the unique combination of cultural and commercial activities undertaken there.

March 11, 2007

The second wing of Stary Browar, Passage is opened.

April and December 2008

Stary Browar is once again chosen the best shopping centre by the International Council of Shopping Centres, first in Europe, then in the world – this time in a different category: Extension.

January 2009

Art & Fashion Festival organised annually by Stary Browar is awarded the title of Fashion Excellence 2008 in the category ‘The most important Fashion Event’ by “Twój Styl” magazine, and a year later – the title of Fashion Excellence 2009 in the category ‘Excellent Education’, created specifically for the event.

Architecture

Works of art in Stary Browar

Thsuki-no-hikari (The Light of the Moon)

A monumental sculpture by Igor Mitoraj depicts part of a human face modelled on statues of ancient heroes. On the one hand, it reveals the artist’s fascination with classical culture, on the other, it presents an unusual combination of tradition and modernity. Igor Mitoraj has become famous for his monumental sculptures exhibited in cities all around the world.

Conflict Between Good and Evil

“Conflict Between Good and Evil” by Piotr Kurka is a black-and-white marble bench featuring a statue of a raven sitting on the white side. The work illustrates the struggle between the dark and bright sides of the reality we experience. Piotr Kurka is an artist living and working in Poznań, a co-founder of the legendary group Koło Klipsa.

Opertus Lunula Umbra (Hidden Shadow of the Moon)

Choe U-Ram’s sculpture was created for the fifth Liverpool Biennale in 2008. Hidden Opertus Lunula Umbra was inspired by the observation of natural phenomena. Exposed in the Shopping Arcade, the sculpture reveals great subtleness and attention to detail. Suspended in the air, its kinetic construction seems to be an organic form. The work is a continuation of the artist’s previous large-scale installations.

Citta Gentile (The Friendly City)

Alessandro Mendini is one of the most famous design artists in the world. He prepared the “Citta Gentile” (The Friendly City) installation especially for an exhibition held in Poznań in 2004 which inaugurated the launch of the Art Stations Foundation. The sculptures present the Mendini’s concept of public places as objects of powerful poetic expressions with an abundance of colours and forms. Citta Gentile is not just the sculptures – it is also a list of philosophical questions about the human condition, written down by the artist.

Henyo-Penyo Myomyonmyo

The sculpture Henyo-Penyo Myomyonmyo is the work of Mr., who made his name on the international modern art scene as the author of the drawings of little girls resembling animated Manga cartoon characters (which he initially drew on the reverse of his regular bills). Inspired by animation, the artist employs such numerous techniques as drawing, painting and sculpture; he is also a performer.

Relief of the Facade

The Stary Browar Shopping Arcade façade is a joint work of the designers of ADS Studio and the sculptor Adam Garnek. The architects created a wavy glass façade, divided by several levels of horizontal stripes. The façade is enclosed on both sides by brick towers topped with glass cupolas. The interior features a light installation made up of mobile vertical metal elements, which, at night, transform the façade into a semitransparent curtain shimmering in the dark.

The Beer Mug

Made of bronze, the Beer Mug was designed by Wojciech Kujawski to celebrate the opening of the Shopping Arcade. The unveiling ceremony of this unusual sculpture was connected with the breaking of two Guinness World Records – for the largest beer mug in the world and for the most beer drunk out of a single beer mug. On the outside, the mug depicts six small silhouettes trying to climb inside.

Torso del lago (Torso at the lake)

Igor Mitoraj’s bronze sculptures are inspired by the Classical period of Ancient Greece and the art of Renaissance. The beauty and fragility of a human body are the main topics of his works, as well as the deeper aspects of the human nature, which undergo gradual degeneration. In his art, Mitoraj refers to the history and mythology of Greece and Rome, sometimes by using the exact titles of the works of art. Therefore in a way he “quotes” the beauty and ideal proportions of the classical statues. At the same time, through deliberate fissures and cracks in the sculptures, he makes the recipient aware of the imperfection of the human kind.

Eros alato (Winged Eros)

Sculpture, 1984
Author: Igor Mitoraj

Untitled

The columns by Leon Tarasewicz are a unique work of contemporary Polish art. Created to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the city of Poznań, the installation was originally displayed on the columns of Poznań’s Teatr Wielki (The Opera House) which served as a “canvas sketcher” for the painting. The artist painted yellow and green stripes on 54 rings which later decorated the Opera House’s façade for a month. They now add life to the area around the escalator in the Atrium.

Untitled (The Year We Made Contact)

Piotr Uklanski is a Polish artist living in NYC who became famous in the mid nineties. His work Untitles (The Year We Made Contact), 2010 is exposed above the stairs in Blow Up Hall 50 50 hotel. For the first time it was shown at The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York during the Whitney Biennial. Uklanski’s work consists of a monumental textile - its aesthetics refers to Kantor’s and Szajna’s theatre. It is a background for a painting named Red Dwarf, which is a symbol of a fading star. The installation must be interpreted through its symbolical, mythical and ironical reference to pop culture. The title itself refers to a science-fiction movie from the eighties.

Untitled

Sylwester Ambroziak’s wooden sculptures are characterised by primitive shapes: long limbs, enormous bald heads. The figures are exaggerated and caricatured. The purpose of his works is a presentation of universal story of human existence. People in his work experience suffering, are defected, their dignity and humanity are distorted, which is reflected in their appearance. A viewer finds it difficult to identify themselves with an image of these ugly wooden creatures, despite recognising them as human beings. Exaggerated shapes of Amboziak’s figures are inspired by the African and Amazonian native art. They resemble archaic or primitive sculpture. The artist’s artworks may be placed within the expressionism movement.

Irrlichter

Set in the reception hall of Blow Up Hall50 50, the installation “Irrlichter” consists of two longitudinal fluorescent lamps which swivel around and project light. The installation was designed by a German artist Sebastian Hempel who has received several artistic awards. Hempel is famous for installations dominated by movement as well as visual and spatial light effects.

Blow Up Commission

The Blow Up Commission was prepared by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer to fit the unique interiors of Blow Up Hall 50 50. The installation consists of two plasma screens, motion detectors, cameras and computers which interact with people moving in the interiors. Once their movement activates the system, the image is sent to the screens divided into tens of little squares creating a unique mosaic of simultaneous pictures.

VB 43.019

VB 43.019 is a part of a documentation of yet another Beecroft’s performance. As usual, the artist invited models dressed only in highheel shoes to take part in the project. Standing emotionless in the gallery, for a few hours they were observed and photographed by the public. In her works, Vanessa Beecroft takes up a dialogue with the sexual objectification of a female body and the rules of the ways it is being exposed in the world of media and fashion.

VB 52.100 (Castello di Rivoli, Turin)

Vanessa Beecroft’s monumental photograph is part of documentation made during a performance in Castello di Rivoli in Turin in 2003. It was one of the events organized by the artist, among other photographic sessions, where models posed in order to make up specific shapes in the gallery’s interiors.

Little White Dress

The colour photographs displayed in the Blow Up Hall 50 50 Restaurant are examples of yet another theme in Sawicka’s works. Chromatic images of individual pieces of clothing combine sophisticated simplicity with the aura of unrest. The garments are traces of bodies of people whose fate remains unknown to the viewer. The images show dresses on wooden hangers, photographed against monochromatic, light background. These “portraits” of clothes are indirectly portraits of people who used to wear them. What they looked like we do not know, yet their presence is mysteriously palpable. The clothes were depicted in an aesthetically sophisticated way, different, however, from the one we know from fashion magazines. In Sawicka’s photographs, garments are not goods but objects marked by emotions and human stories.

Colorful Dress

The colour photographs displayed in the Blow Up Hall 50 50 Restaurant are examples of yet another theme in Sawicka’s works. Chromatic images of individual pieces of clothing combine sophisticated simplicity with the aura of unrest. The garments are traces of bodies of people whose fate remains unknown to the viewer. The images show dresses on wooden hangers, photographed against monochromatic, light background. These “portraits” of clothes are indirectly portraits of people who used to wear them. What they looked like we do not know, yet their presence is mysteriously palpable. The clothes were depicted in an aesthetically sophisticated way, different, however, from the one we know from fashion magazines. In Sawicka’s photographs, garments are not goods but objects marked by emotions and human stories.

Cream Pie

The motto of Maurycy Gomulicki’s art is, as the artist declares himself, “pleasure and ecstasy”. Sensual photography in the Blow Up Hall 50 50 Restaurant, just like other Gomulicki’s works, affects a viewer through its colours. The artist utilises pink which has been ousted from the official cannon of history of art as a part of pop-culture, kitsch and bad taste. According to Gomulicki, pink symbolises liberation of sexuality and desire irrespective of one’s sex or sexual orientation. Gomulicki is interested mainly in stimulating viewer’s sexuality, in encouraging him or her to reflect over eroticism and relation between desire and power.

Tea Ceremony

The work “Tea Ceremony” belongs to the series of Mariko Mori autoportraits from 1994-1996. The artist took a picture of herself, standing in the street while serving tea. Dressed in futuristic clothes, with an urban landscape of Tokyo in the background, she resembles characters from science-fiction movies or comic
books. Mori impersonates a secretary from a large corporation, her womanhood stays as subordinate to
traditional determinants of the Japanese culture, she stays submissive and servile. In such an impersonation the artist combines western perception of Japan with erotic fascinations of the Japanese themselves, which are reflected in a woman as a “sexy cyborg”.

silver arrow

Michael Najjar is a German photographer living in Berlin. The artist was invited by the McLaren Mercedes team to attend a F 1 race on an ultramodern racing circuit in Abu Dhabi. He spent three days behind the scenes of the race, taking pictures of the mechanics, drivers and the racing cars and capturing views rarely seen by the public. The work called "silver arrow" presents a portion of a McLaren car body (the original photograph has been subject to processing). The artist treats the piece of the car extracted from its context as a sophisticated form reminding of modern sculpture. "silver arrow" is an expression of the artist’s fascination with state-of-the-art technologies which combine beauty, fragility and technical perfection.

San Sebastian 1 (Fundacion COFF)

Since 1992 Spencer Tunick has been creating monumental installations / performances that feature large numbers of nude people posed in artistic formations. The artist forms various shapes to fit interiors and landscapes. Every performance is documented with photographs. “San Sebastian” is a result of a performance organised in Fundacion COFF in San Sebastian.

Archives nationales #09

Susznia bar features two other excellent photos by the French artist Patrick Tourneboeuf, who has been working on the large-scale pictures of interiors and urban spaces since the 1990’s. The artist documented the renovation of the Pompidou Centre, Grand Palais in Paris and The Palace of Versailles. His artworks Archives nationales #09 and Archives nationales #16 show old books and documents displayed in the interiors of the National Archive in Paris. Tourneboeuf ’s photos are a reflection on the public and private interiors.

Archives nationales #16

Susznia bar features two other excellent photos by the French artist Patrick Tourneboeuf, who has been working on the large-scale pictures of interiors and urban spaces since the 1990’s. The artist documented the renovation of the Pompidou Centre, Grand Palais in Paris and The Palace of Versailles. His artworks Archives nationales #09 and Archives nationales #16 show old books and documents displayed in the interiors of the National Archive in Paris. Tourneboeuf ’s photos are a reflection on the public and private interiors.

Awards

Amongst many awards in the advertising industry in Poland, the awards granted by Klub Twórców Reklamy [eng. Advertising Creators Club] are considered the most prestigious. 157 awards were presented at the ceremony this year – 17 gold, 55 silver and 85 bronze, while projects were judged by an 111-person jury led by Luciana Cani from Lapiz agency. This year’s edition saw a record breaking number of 1210 applications. There are no shopping centres among the laureates – but Stary Browar was once again distinguished alongside the leading advertisers.

This year Stary Browar was awarded with bronze sword in the category ‘Design, Visual Identification, Printed Advertising Materials’ for “Summer in the City by Stary Browar” 2016 – a campaign realised in Stary Browar’s park.

The whole project is a result of long-term cooperation of Stary Browar’s marketing department with UVMW studio, as well as other entities and individual artists.

Summer in the city by Stary Browar awarded with KTR prize

“Start-Up Friendly” Award for Stary Browar from Akademickie Inkubatory Przedsiębiorczości [eng. Academic Business Incubators] for support and long-term commitment to development of innovation and entrepreneurship in Poznań.

Stary Browar is the first commercial entity to receive this award.

“Support for AIP is a part of long-term strategy of supporting start-ups in Poznań. We want Stary Browar to be the place that is friendly to all ambitious people trying to take their first steps in business” – says Magdalena Kowalak, the president of the company managing Stary Browar.

Stary Browar awarded for supporting Start-Ups

Fashion Excellence by “Twój Styl” is an important title awarded by the most popular women’s magazine in Poland. It’s already the third prize granted to Stary Browar by “Twój Styl”. Earlier it was awarded two statuettes for Art & Fashion Festival in 2008 and 2009.

Prestigious Award – Fashion Excellence by “Twój Styl”

This award is one of the most prestigious laurels in the advertising industry in Poland.
The most appreciated and experienced ad creators rewarded creativity and uniqueness, which did not result in “art for art’s sake” but created tangible marketing effects. The #foodproject campaign was the effect of joint creative cooperation of marketing department of Stary Browar with UVMW studio and a talented illustrator Jacek Ambrożewski.

The Ad Creators Club award for #foodproject campaign

The most important European award in retail marketing was granted on May 14, 2013 in London at the European Marketing Conference of ICSC, for the project “Christmas in Stary Browar – tradition is art” realised between 2010-2012.

Silver Solal Marketing Award 2013 in the category ‘Cause Related Marketing’

The prize was granted at European Economic Congress (EEC) in Katowice. The competition was organised on the initiative of PTWP SA – EEC’s organiser and the editor of Propertynews.pl, the leading website in Polish real estate business. Its goal was to select investments which exerted substantial influence on improving the quality of living in the city, boosted its attractiveness for business, tourism, culture and entertainment and became characteristic symbols of the city area.

Stary Browar was chosen one of the Top Commercial Investments in Urban Area in 2013.

The prize for the best shopping centre was granted by joint decision of the college of editors of propertynews.pl, Members of Expert Forum and votes cast by website readers.

Prime Property Prize Wielkopolska 2013

Stary Browar won the plebiscite “The Seven New Wonders of Poland” organised by National Geographic Traveller magazine with 36% of votes.
“Stary Browar is the place that can well be called the symbol of modern Poland, combining respect for history with courage to make changes, dynamism and modernity” – said Martyna Wojciechowska, the chief editor of National Geographic.

Stary Browar won the plebiscite “The Seven New Wonders of Poland”

The award was granted to Art & Fashion Festival magazine – “Raw” in the category ‘Design’ and to the Christmas project in the category ‘3D Graphics’.

The award in Polish Ad Competition 2011 organised by the Ad Creators Club

Stary Browar and Blow Up Hall Hotel, together with Warsaw-based agency Slick Design run by Robert Mendel received 2 awards for visual identification. The communication system of Business and Art Centre Stary Browar 50 50 and the brand book of the 5-star hotel Blow Up Hall 50 50 were nominated in the category ‘Design’, in sub-category ‘Visual identification projects’.

Awards for Stary Browar 50 50 and Blow Up Hall Hotel 50 50 in Polish Ad Competition 2010 organised by the Ad Creators Club

The third edition of Art & Fashion Festival organised in Stary Browar was awarded the title of Fashion Excellence 2009 in the category ‘Excellent Education’, created specifically for the event.

Fashion Excellence 2009

The award for BR& magazine in the 2009 edition of press design competition in the category ‘External corporate publications’

Silver Chimera 2009

Blow Up Hall won the award of Top Hotel 2009 in the category ‘Design’. The award was granted by guests, thanks to whom Blow Up Hall received the majority of votes on the Internet.

Top Hotel 2009

Stary Browar 50 50 was granted the award on Warsaw Fashion Street 2009 gala, in the fifth edition of a competition for the trendiest place in Poland. Beautiful interiors, original design, professional service and, most importantly, unique atmosphere of the places worth visiting are among the contest’s criteria. Stary Browar 50 50 was granted the award of the jury.

Trendy Place 2008

The second edition of Art & Fashion Festival was awarded the title of Fashion Excellence 2008 and the statuette of ‘Golden Spool’ by “Twój Styl” magazine in the category ‘Event of the Year’.

Fashion Excellence 2008

Passage Wing of Stary Browar 50 50 was chosen the world’s best building complex of varied public use in the competition Global Awards – International Design and Developments organised by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) in 2008. It won in the category ‘Extension’.

Stary Browar 50 50 – the best shopping centre in the world

In April 2008 Stary Browar 50 50 was chosen by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) the best Shopping Centre in Europe in the category ‘Extensions/ Refurbishments’.

Stary Browar 50 50 – the best Shopping Centre in Europe

In December 2005 in Phoenix, Arizona Stary Browar 50 50 was awarded the title of the best shopping centre in the world in the category ‘Middle-size shopping centres’ by the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Stary Browar 50 50 – the best Shopping Centre in the world

In 2005 in Instanbul Stary Browar 50 50 was awarded the title of the best shopping centre in Europe in the category ‘Design and Development of a New Project’ among middle-size shopping centres by the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Stary Browar 50 50 – the best Shopping Centre in Europe

BR&, the magazine of Stary Browar 50 50 published by Morski Studio Graficzne agency was twice awarded the prestigious titles in the category of external corporate publications granted by a weekly “Media i Marketing Polska”: Silver Chimera in 2007 and Bronze Chimera in 2008.

Silver and Bronze Chimera for BR& magazine

Stary Browar 50 50 was chosen the best building complex in Central Eastern Europe in the category ‘The best shopping centre’. The Central Eastern Europe Property Award was granted in the contest “1989-2006 The Best of the Best”, organised during Central Europe Property & Investment Fair (CEPIF) in 2006.

Central Eastern Europe Property Award

“Golden Investor 2005” is the title awarded to Fortis in September 2006 in the competition “Golden companies of Wielkopolska” organised by daily newspaper “Głos Wielkopolski”, media house “Wielkopolski Dom Mediowy” and the Centre of Economic Expertise FAE.

“Golden companies of Wielkopolska”

Stary Browar won the third edition of REFE Eagles in 2005 in Wrocław, when it was chosen the best investment in the category ‘Commercial buildings’.

Stary Browar 50 50 – the Best Investment – REFE Eagles

In 2004 Stary Browar was chosen the best building constructed in 2003 in Poznań.
St. John the Baptist Quadro Award was granted to Stary Browar’s architects Piotr Barełkowski and Przemysław Borkowicz representing ADS Studio. Stary Browar received this award again in 2008. The laurel was granted to Passage Wing which was chosen the best architectural achievement of 2007 in Poznań.

St. John the Baptist Quadro Award

Stary Browar 50 50 was chosen one of 20 icons of Polish architecture erected after 1989. The exhibition “Poland. Architectural Icons” was presented in the Centre of Modern Art in Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw.

Stary Browar 50 50 – the Icon of Polish Architecture

Guided tours

Everyone wishing to visit Stary Browar, learn about its history, the scope of activities and the 50 50 Idea which it represents is invited to guided tours. We guarantee passionate stories full of curious facts and a presentation of amazing architecture, the most interesting places and permanent art collection of Stary Browar. Please contact our information points to book a tour.

All visits must be booked in advance, with a two-week notice.

E-mail: informacja@starybrowar5050.com

Information Atrium: tel. +48 61 859 60 50

Information Passage: tel. +48 61 677 14 00

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