The Mondrian House is a luxurious apartment investment located next to the Morskie Oko Park in Warsaw’s Mokotów district. It perfectly blends with the surroundings. Designed by Kulczyński Architect studio, it is a 7-story residential building constructed with the highest quality materials and attention to detail.
The Mondrian House apartments feature windows made of Pilkington Suncool™ 70/40 high-performance solar control glass. This product ensures high light transmittance and thermal comfort all year round. In all ground floor glazing, solar control glass is combined with Pilkington Optilam™ anti-burglary laminated glass to ensure the security of residents. Additionally, the building is fenced, which provides greater privacy and protection.
Residents and their guests have also access to other amenities. The building has a club room, swimming pool, gym, modern, fast elevators to air-conditioned penthouses, its own Oligocene water intake, underground parking with space for a car wash, and automatic night lighting.
Particularly noteworthy is the swimming pool, whose insulated glass glazing is made of Pilkington Eclipse Advantage™ Blue-Green toughened solar control glass, partially covered with screen printing. The main purpose of this choice was to ensure privacy for the users. Additionally, thanks to the aesthetic values of this product, it fits perfectly into the surrounding colours. Low-emissivity laminated glass used as the inner pane of the insulating glass unit provides increased thermal comfort and safety for swimming pool users.
The Pilkington Profilit™ glass system was used for the eye-catching curved staircase glazing in the hall. The product is a great choice for creating curved or serpentine glazed walls. Double-glazed Pilkington Profilit™ K25/60/7 and low-emissivity Pilkington Profilit™ Plus 1,7 K25/60/7 were installed vertically. The staircase glazing provides a stunning effect both inside and outside the building.
The Mondrian House residential complex won the Construction Journal Award Best Residential Development 2005.