Targ Węglowy 6 Strret, 80-836 Gdańsk
Great Armory - the city's Arsenal, headquarters of the Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts. The original purpose of the object is evidenced by the tops of the gables of the west facade - obelisks and statues, a ferrule ornament, but above spheres exploding in tin flames. It is located in the very center of the historic Main City and is a transcendent example of a Dutch Mannerist architecture. It stands at the intersection of two tourist communication routes in the place, where the oldest trade route ran. Two towers from Piwna Street proudly interrupts the string of front facades - they emphasize the exception in the rule and the right to use special considerations. From 1954, the seat of the PWSSP moved from Sopot, renamed by the decision of the President of the Republic of Poland in 1996 to the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. It houses the Faculties of Painting, Architecture and Design, Rector's Office, Library and Academy administration.
Wałowy 15 Square, Gdańsk
Small Armory - the second city arsenal from the first half 17th century according to the design of Jerzy Strakowski. Conceived as a relieving warehouse for the Great Armory and mortar and cannon. In case of danger, four gates allowed the guns to be led outside. The same gates after reconstruction from war damage were used by the Municipal Taxi Company (MPT) to get inside garage halls. Around the Small Armory is the authentic, devastated surroundings of Wałowy Square, adjacent to the "spectacular modern bastions fortifying the Motława flow". Handed over to the ASP in 1993, it houses the Faculty of Sculpture and Intermedia.
Chlebnicka 13/16 Street, 80-830 Gdańsk
The English House (The Angel House) and its neighboring tenement houses at Chlebnicka Street - erected by Hans Kramer as an example of the Renaissance style. Built on two adjacent plots, it can now impress with wide facade and eight-story height, crowned by four gables and a tower with a helmet and a spire. After the bankruptcy of the first owner, it was taken over by English and Scottish merchants coming to Gdańsk (hence the name "English"). From the first half of the 18th century it served as an inn, and 100 years later together with an adjacent tenement house a hotel. In the interior rebuilt after the war damage (1970s), the PWSSP Student House with guest rooms for Academy guests and professors was opened, since 2007 it has been the headquarters of the Graphic Arts Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk.