Łódź Community Centre is one of the most prominent examples of modernist architecture in Łódź. The building, being a subject to conservation protection through an entry in the register of monuments, has been erected according to a design by Wiesław Lisowski, selected via a competition held in 1933 to create a Józef Piłsudski “House/Monument”.
By design it was meant to fill the entirety of the site between the streets: Projektowana, Strzelecka and Sienkiewicza. However, due to the pressure of public opinion and imperative to begin construction switfly, the building was cut in length and turned around.
The substructure for the veins was localised, according to the Lisowski’s original proposal, facing Traugutta Street, taking a form of translucent pillars, with greenery and benches composed of granite and timber between them. They’re a part of the open-access Passage of Culture of Lodz Voievoidship, created as a part of the project. It runs along Traugutta Street, through the western terrace, the gate passes and internal patio, finally spreading across “Strzelec” Riflemen's Association in the immediate vicinity of the Łódź Fabryczna Railway Station. Previously inaccessible gate and patio passages are now an integral part of the passage and are made to promote the culture of the Łódź region.