The latest of several highly successful urban renewal projects in Warsaw, and maybe the most diverse and exciting. This former industrial site covering an area of 2ha near Rondo Daszyńskiego was once one of the largest enterprises in the Kingdom of Poland, with a long, complex history that dates back to the 1840s. The Norblin, Buch Brothers and T. Werner Factory (to give its full name) produced a wide range of metal, tin and silver-plated goods - sugar bowls, teapots, cutlery, vases, dishes and more - ranging from the utilitarian to true works of art. Until recently a neglected pearl of post-industrial architecture, massive investment has turned the area into a lively modern urban centre of commerce, culture, entertainment and gastronomy. Over 24,000m2 of total commercial space open to the public, visitors will find an truly impressive multimedia museumabout the site's industrial history - including exhibits of unique plated goods and historical machinery, the largest, most complete Apple Museum in the world, a trendy indoor Food Town with 23 gastronomy concepts from around the globe, the BioBazar eco-market and bistro, the Kinogram boutique cinema, ArtBox Experience, a fitness centre, shops, cafes and more - including a bevy of events. Opened as recently as September 2021, this truly is the astounding cutting edge of Warsaw's urban culture, so check it out.