About the location

Feel the excitement already at the door threshold.. Our location is not random. Before you come inside, it’s worth knowing the history and the secrets that this place hides…

The property at Aleje Jerozolimskie 57 is a modernistic tenement house, built in 1912 under the design of architect Artur Gurney. Until the 1990’s its main purpose was that of a hospital. The mysterious house is a real maze, full of dark nooks and meandering corridors leading to nowhere. In the raw interiors you’ll find empty doctors’ offices, old operating theatres and nurses’ service rooms. Creaking elevators, original openwork, cast-iron stairways, flaking tiles and medical equipment of another era all remains – all adding to a most sinister and enigmatic atmosphere. Long gone are the days in which these long corridors were occupied by the frenetic voices of doctors and the piercing screams of patients…

This now-abandoned hospital has become a remarkable artistic squat with a Berlin-style clubbing space. At night the place is filled with loud, electronic music, which only begins to fade in the late afternoon, only to be resurrected once again in the evening. Smaller rooms have been adapted to ateliers of designers, stylists, photographers and musicians. Numerous exhibition openings and fashion shows are also currently held here.

The atmosphere of this tenement house is very unique, as if it were surrounded by an electric air; it fascinates you whilst filling you with anxiety; it lures you in, refusing to let you pass by indifferently.

And you? Will you be able to resist the temptation? Will you manage to escape the room, leave the tenement and return to your peaceful life? We suppose so… But not without a healthy bunch of new experiences and great memories. We welcome you to this unusual place!