ul. H. i W. Tyrankiewiczów 2
It was one of the three main schools of this type in Germany, modelled on Austrian solutions. From its inception to the end of World War I, it was called the Royal Vocational School of Ceramics, from 1919 – the State Vocational School of Ceramics. Built in 1897, the edifice has elevations of raw brick (the so-called Rohbau) typical of the Berlin school architecture. The body is composed asymmetrically, with a laterally located main entrance and staircase. In 1930, the School of Glass (Glasfachschule), designed by Artur Hennig, was built on the southern side. The new part is an example of modernist architecture that blends perfectly with the older part, creating a harmonious whole. The building features solutions of high utility and technical standards, characteristic of the late 19th century, including large, spacious, bright rooms for drawing and modelling studios.