Engineer Kazimierz Pawłowicz was born in Kalisz, Poland in 1871 and died in Warsaw on June 16th 1927.
His parents were Edward Pawłowicz, born in Żmudź/Samogitia (1837-1895) and Marja Szaniawska (1840-1905).
He had 3 brothers: Jan Pawłowicz, Józef Pawłowicz and Edward Pawłowicz Junior and 5 sisters: Jadwiga, Marja, Aniela, Zofia and Wanda.
City Garden Czerniaków (Miasto-Ogród Czerniaków)
Kazimierz Pawłowicz was called the creator of the Czerniaków Garden City. He was a member of the management board of the company that parceled the local land for development and built his house on Gorazsewska 8 (photos).It was burnt to the ground by the Germans at the end of World War II and in its place there is today a green square surrounded by Goraszewska, Jodłowa, Zakręt and Kąkolewska Streets.
Hawk Mountain (Jastrzębia Góra)
It was designed and built by Kazimierz Pawłowicz between 1921-1922.
The family would spend the summer holidays there until the war, when it was abandoned. It was later occupied by gipsy families
View from Jastrzębia Góra – today’s intersection of Rozewska and Promenada Światowid. Houses in the foreground: “Kaszubka” (on the left) and Kazimierz Pawłowicz’s villa (now rebuilt after a fire in 2005).
Cegielnictwo (4 volumes). Warsaw: Gebethner and Wolff. 1923, 1924, 1927.
Drogi wodne Polski
Prace Zarządy Żeglugi i Dróg Wodnych Nakładem Banku Kredytowego. Warszawa – 1919
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