International Congress Centre in Katowice
A unique place for a unique event

International Conference Center in Katowice is an exceptional place on the business event venue map in Poland. Opened in 2015, it stands out for its post-industrial aesthetics and functional design, serving as a venue for conferences, congresses, exhibitions, trade fairs and shows. Able to accommodate 15 000 visitors, alongside the nearby Spodek Arena, it is one of the largest venues for conferences, exhibitions, and sports and entertainment events in Poland. 

MCK in the Lens

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TALKING ABOUT THE ICC

I have always admired JEMS Architekci for their moderation and reserve, two qualities sorely lacking in Poland. The ICC, however, is the first building designed by them that I would love to talk about in my lectures, and wish I had it in my portfolio, like most architects in KWK Promes, probably.

Robert Konieczny

Architect, KWK Promes

With its simple, clear and explicit form, the building of the centre was integrated into public space by ensuring links along the important axis that connects the “honorary” plaza in front of the Spodek to the oldest, historic part of town – Bogucice.

Jerzy Szczepanik-Dzikowski

Co-author, JEMS Architekci

Today, I feel proud that my Silesia, my Katowice, boasts a congress centre no less functional than similar European facilities. A very rare advantage of this place is also its very convenient location in the centre of the city and the excellent connections it has with the airport and the motorway.

Professor Marian Zębala

Cardiac surgeon, former Minister of Health, Deputy to the Sejm of the Republic of Poland

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