"The Cultural and Congress Centre Jordanki is a multi-functional facility, situated at the very heart of Toruń – a city being a large economic, cultural, scientist, academic and tourist centre. In 1997 the Old Town of Toruń was enrolled on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city is annually visited by 1,6 million tourists, both from Poland and abroad. The great magnet of the city are cultural and sports events of international rank.
Multi-functional and modular character of the facility allows for organization of event most daring cultural events and large conferences, congresses and fairs. In the building of the Centre there is a Concert Hall (1012 m2 for 882 spectators) and a chamber hall (315m2 for 287 spectators), which may be combined with one another. Owing to the use o mobile auditoriums in both halls, events can be organized on flat floor, e.g. large concerts, fairs, cat shows, and also in a theatre arrangement. The acoustics of the Concert Hall can be modified using mobile ceilings, and the Chamber Hall is equipped with 3D cinema system. Moreover, the Center offers three modular conference rooms a restaurant, a professional records studio and the underground car park for 185 cars.
The building was designed by a Spanish architect Fernando Menis. With its brickwork interior it refers to the nearby Old Town of Toruń. The object has been awarded many times. Among others, its was considered as on of the 7 new Polish Miracles by National Geographic. Moreover, it was awarded the prize for „the best cultural project” during the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona 2010. Modern solutions in the sop of acoustics and shaping of auditorium space make the centre a perfect object for organizers of all kinds of events, both the large cultural events, congresses, conferences, fairs, and also the smaller events n the field of MICE." - source: https://jordanki.torun.pl/en/ccc-jordanki/about-us/