Baobab is a space of a former bank. We'll tell you about it 🙂
This impressive building consists of the main, over 350 square meters, bright and spacious hall, which we call the Welcome Room. Here's what you can find there:
Up next you can proceed up the beautiful wooden stairs (unfortunately, as if for now, the stairs are not yet accessible to people with physical disabilities).
There are a number of rooms on both sides of the corridor. These rooms are places where a lot happens every day, such as:
At the end of the corridor, behind glass doors, you can find a place to work, manage and organize help, as well as come up with new ideas. People from Homo Faber, co-workers, associates and members of other organizations work there.
Our baobab, just like the stunning tree, has solid roots. There are two basement levels in the building, fortunately with windows 😉
Here you will find places for more manual work, including a "heavy" (carpentry, metal and electric) workshop, as well as a space for Ukrainian scouts from the "Płast" organization.
At the lowest, on -2, there is room for exercise, and dancing, as well as meetings and workshops in larger groups. And - as in many similar facilities - warehouses and storerooms.