He lived from 1924 to 2006. He was a soldier of the Home Army, a participant of the Warsaw Uprising, a prisoner of concentration camps, a soldier of the Polish branch of the American army. In 1945 he returned to Polish, and in 1953 he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. He was a member of the Association of Polish Architects.In the years 50-70 he worked as a full-time designer in the Capital Metal Works No. 2 of Field Industry in Warsaw. He designed table, floor and ceiling lamps,
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Beautiful and appreciated after years projects of Apolinary Gałecki can be an undoubted decoration of any interior.