A complete photo shoot of the hotel for the architectural office Mateusz Tański & Associates and Michalewicz & Co.:
The main idea behind the Baltic Palace is to create an object that would be a counterpoint to the chaotic construction of low architectural values. Polish Pomerania has a rich tradition of modernism, which in the interwar period brought many avant-garde implementations. MT&A based the design on the assumption that a recall of the tradition of the avant-garde would be the right answer and in its place an object which would become a showcase of the region would evolve. The strongest point of the architecture is its northern facade. Its distribution was logically subordinate to the function - each module corresponds to the width of one apartment. Glass covering the interior of each module flows from the roof down on the pavement outside the hotel, smoothly changing into polished stone surface.