Public School at No. 124 Aleksandrówska Street (presently Limanowski Street)

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Title

Public School at No. 124 Aleksandrówska Street (presently Limanowski Street)

Description

This school building at Aleksandrówska Street in Bałuty, was designed by the Polish architect Wiesław Lisowski and raised between 1927 and 1932. An expressive comb-crest crowns the building's main facade. A similar triangle motif appears in the molding that frames the gym's windows. The structure is typical of Historical Modernism as it appeared in the architecture of Łódź.

Creator

Włodzimierz Pfeiffer

Source

The State Archives in Łódź

Identifier

PL_39_596_397

Tag

Wiesław Lisowski; social welfare; education; schools; architecture

Collection

Citation

Włodzimierz Pfeiffer, “Public School at No. 124 Aleksandrówska Street (presently Limanowski Street),” Jewish Life in Interwar Łódź , accessed May 30, 2024, https://jewish-lodz.iu.edu/items/show/1938.