The article is devoted to the presentation and analysis of the work of two architects, Julian Duchowicz and Zygmunt Majerski who began their creative and pedagogical activity in the interwar period in Lviv, but continued it after the Second World War in Poland. The article presents their work in the interwar period in Lviv, as well as their pedagogical activity within of the Silesian University of Technology after the Second World War, and analyzes their practical work.
The architectural activity of Serhiy Tymoshenko during the interwar period is considered in the article. Based on revealed archive sources the typology of buildings, designed by him, is defined, the authorship of separate dwelling houses and religious buildings is ascertained, the peculiarities of the creative approach to their design are analyzed.
The results of the First World War did a major change in geo-political map of Europe. Poland obtained independence and started another stage of it's state building. Polish authorities had a complicated task in both economical and ideological aspects. The economical one included overpassing the stagnation of economic and modernizing, balancing economical development of very different level regions. The ideological one included creating of solid national state in conditions of having many ethnic groups and co-existion of some powerful religious confessions.