Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak’s architectural oeuvre, built in Wrocław in the 60′ and 70′, were at that time, thanks to the employment of innovative concepts, an incredible and at the same time effective experiment. Her best known complex of buildings of flats, called “the Manhattan” by the occupants, is still the distinctive landmark of the Grunwaldzki Square areas.

Unique spatial patterns situated at various urban contexts are the characteristic features of Grabowska-Hawrylak’s designs. The said objects have lost their old sparkle due to technical limitations, rebuildings and constant negligence. The exhibition is to show how much the city of Wrocław could gain if it was possible to return to the original architectural concepts. The multimedia exhibition brings focus to the most characteristic buildings recreated, amongst other techniques, thanks to the 3D technology in accordance with Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak’s guidelines.