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We don’t work in a skyscraper of steel and glass, our villa is located next to the river port and prison. With Prussian wall sloping roof with a mass of brick chimneys it looks a bit unreal and so was its fate.
Solsoft premises were established as a tollhouse on the border of Wroclaw and designed by Richard Plüddemann, famous as a creator of monumental Grunwaldzki Bridge. Its construction was completed in the last year of the nineteenth century and the building was taken by customs officers charging peasants for entry some foods into the city. After 10 years the law has changed, the tax was abolished and the building inherited by civil residents. After the capitulation of Festung Breslau at the end of WW I they probably left. In the 50s the villa was incorporated into the neighbouring hospital.
We have appeared in stage in mid-2014 starting with the overhaul which discovered the beauty of a rather run-down building. Introduced we spend most of our time here not only in programming – for our disposal we have a kitchen, table football and darts room.
It’s known: the nicer the place the job is better, so with a fabulous house with an interesting history we’re quite lucky.