Krzywy Domek (Crooked House) is a commercial building located in the centre of Sopot, just next to the Bohaterów Monte Cassino promenade. It is the most unusual piece of real estate in Poland. It owes its unique appearance primarily to its wavy facade. The building was designed by the architects Szotyński and Zaleski, who were inspired by the drawings by Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg, as well as Antonio Gaudi designs. It combines its fairy tale appearence with a commercial purpose. The magic effect results in a unique atmosphere, which compliments its daily public use. Krzywy Domek is above all a shopping-and-office centre that houses restaurants, cafes, shops and offices. Apart from general service providers it also houses more specialised companies, operating on the financial or media markets. Moreover, many cultural events take place here, attracting the attention both of Tricity locals as well as the tourists frequenting the neighbourhood.