KUBICKI ARCADES AT THE ROYAL CASTLE, WARSAW (POL)
The Kubicki Arcades is a building erected in the years of 1818-1821 according to the plans of a Polish architect Jakub Kubicki and located on the embankment on the eastern side of the Royal Castle in Warsaw. The Kubicki Arcades formed an integral part of the royal residence matching the landscaping foredesign of royal gardens on the Vistula's side. After a long period of neglect and devastation the historical object underwent a major reconstruction in the years of 1995 - 2006.
dormakaba's contribution to the project
During the execution of the reconstruction and revitalisation of the Arcades they used the abundant range of door-technology products by dormakaba. We shall find there DORMA TS 93 GSR door closers and equally reliable BTS 75 floor-concealed closers which are a perfect fit for glass doors installed with dormakaba TP/TA rails, whose appearance matches the elements of the FSW sliding wall systems. The evacuation safety is ensured by means of PHA 2000 panic fittings. The main entrance to the building have ED 200 swing door operators.