A SPA: ARCHITECTURE OF ZAWODZIE short film describes Poland’s spa district of Zawodzie region and its architecture. Designed by a famous Silesian architecture duo (Henryk Buszko and Aleksander Franta) in the mid 20th century, the buildings are controversially meddling with the landscape.

For some, a presumptuous meddling with the landscape. For others, an iconic masterpiece of the world architecture. The post WWII, mid-century (1959-1970) spa district of Zawodzie (Ustroń, Poland) was designed by a duo of renowned Silesian architects – Henryk Buszko and Aleksander Franta. This film discusses the issues of who should have the power over the landscape and how to be responsible for the heritage as a common good.