As Poland goes to the polls on Sunday, the churches that were built in the 1970s and 1980s as a sanctuary against an oppressive state are now instruments in a political debate, writes Owen Hatherley. More
The 3,000 hugely varied churches built in Poland between 1945 and 1989 were often created as a rejection of communist authority. Kuba Snopek, co-author of Day-VII Architecture, picks five of the most intriguing. More
Last month's Łódź Design Festival showed the work of the most promising Polish design talents alongside thematic exhibitions and workshops. Here are ten up-and-coming designers and their projects. More
Dezeen promotion: Textiles made using traditional Eastern European weaving techniques, and coffee tables inspired by a film from French director JL Godard, featured in this year's BiznesUp! design made in Poland forum. More
Hollow clay bricks form the gridded facade of this faculty building at a university in the Polish city of Katowice, providing privacy and shade to the interiors while still allowing light to enter. More
One minute movies: Robert Konieczny has designed an ark-like house in Poland that can be completely closed up using a drawbridge and sliding walls.