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Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia, POLAND by AEC Krymow & Partners

Thursday, August 1st, 2013

Article source: AEC Krymow & Partners

The international architectural design competition of the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia was won by AEC Krymow & Partners, an architectural office from Warsaw.  The current area of the Technology Park is more than 80 thousand sqm. Inside the ultra-modern building complex there are offices, laboratories, workshops, conference spaces, whilst on the ground floor there is space for dining, shopping and other commercial services.

Image Courtesy © AEC Krymow & Partners

  • Architects: AEC Krymow & Partners
  • Project: Pomeranian Science and Technology Park
  • Location: Gdynia, POLAND
  • Main architect: Georg Krymow / Dipl. Ing. Architekt
  • Building and executive project: Georg Krymow, Daniel Cabanek, Joanna Rogóyska, Karol Zdanuczyk, Michał Reduta, Patrycja Marcinkowska, Krzysztof Starzyk, Dominik Dratwa, Marcin Wesoły, Jacek Pietruszka, Andrzej Sobótka, Ireneusz Sosnowski, Artur Bronisz
  • Supervision: Georg Krymow, Daniel Cabanek
  • Investor: Gdyńskie Centrum Innowacji
  • Total Area: 64 000 sqm
  • Built-up area: 13 055 sqm
  • Brutto volume: 246 055 cubic metres
  • General contractor: Warbud S.A.
  • Issue date: 2010
  • Realisation date: 2013

29 sqm in Wroclaw, Poland by 3XA

Saturday, July 6th, 2013

Article source: 3XA 

29 sqm is a rather small space to live in. Therefore the priority of this makeover was to maximize the space and to create an independent bedroom. The ceiling at 3,7m didn’t allow the designer to create two equivalent levels, but it was possible to build a semi-mezzanine.

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  • Architects: 3XA
  • Project: 29 sqm
  • Location: Wroclaw, Poland
  • Photography: s.zajaczkowski
  • Designer: Ewa Czerny
  • Area: 29 sqm
  • Project year: 2012

J House in Jastrzębie-Zdrój, Poland by ZALEWSKI ARCHITECTURE GROUP

Thursday, July 4th, 2013


A single-family detached house project includes both – extension and refurbishment of an existing one storey building. It is made for a coupe with two children, who likes to spend time with their family.


Office Building at Grzybowska Street in Warsaw, Poland by Grupa 5 Architekci

Friday, June 28th, 2013

Article source: Grupa 5 Architekci

The office building is located within the heart of industrial Wola and is adjacent to the Warsaw uprising Museum. The seven storey A+ office building is state of the art and sets new standards in the design of offices. The modern glass and basalt façade is at the same time avant-garde in its expression and fits in well into the industrial surroundings.

Image Courtesy Marcin Czechowicz

  • Architects: Grupa 5 Architekci (Dziedziejko, Kadłubowski, Leszczyński, Mycielski, Zelent)
  • Project: Office Building at Grzybowska Street
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland
  • Photography: Marcin Czechowicz

102 House in Gliwice, Poland by ZALEWSKI ARCHITECTURE GROUP

Saturday, June 15th, 2013


Every house should have some secret. This house has more than one. The originality of this home has grown from dreams of its owners. The owners – a pair of 35-year-olds with a limited (but not modest) budget and a cloud of dreams. They are fans … she is keen on  architecture of glass and a person longing for the sun the south and the peace of the night … he is keen on World War II, raw concrete and metal. Opposites attract. They demanded not only a modern house but also a unique emotional experience – a house that would be “their home” – at first sight. It’s a challenge.


  • Project: 102 House in Gliwice
  • Location: Międzyrzecz, Lubuskie, Poland
  • Realization date: concept project
  • Usable area: 140 m2
  • Plot area: 750 m2
  • House style: modern, ground floor (more…)

Chopin Muzeum in Warsaw, Poland by Migliore + Servetto Architects

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Article source: Migliore + Servetto Architects

The Chopin Muzeum is the result of an international competition for the ideation and realization of the new permanent exhibition design of the Museum. Held under the patronage of the Minister of Culture Bogdan Zdrojewski and National Heritage, the Italian firm Migliore+Servetto Architects studio won the permanent exhibition project in 2008, amongst 32 international firms.


  • Architects: Migliore + Servetto Architects
  • Project: Chopin Muzeum in Warsaw
  • Location: Ostrogski Palace, Warsaw, Poland
  • Photography: MARCIN CZECHOWICZ
  • Opening: 1st march 2010
  • Client: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina
  • Awards:
    2013 German Design Award (GER) Nominee Architecture and Interior Design
    2011 Red Dot Design Award (GER) winner Communication Design
    2011 Fx International Interior Design Award (UK) shortlisted – Museum or Exhibition Space Category

Bungalow / P / in Szczecin, Poland by Studio SODA

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Article source: Studio SODA

One-storey residential building designed for a narrow lot. Usable floor area 175 m2.

Image courtesy Studio SODA 

  • Architects: Studio SODA
  • Project: Bungalow / P /
  • Location: Szczecin, Poland

“XII” collection – part VI “STOLARNIA” in Poland by Karina Wiciak

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Article source: Wamhouse

“Stolarnia” is the sixth design in the collection called “XII”, entirely designed by Karina Wiciak. “Stolarnia” (in Polish – Carpenter’s Shop) was inspired by the landscapes of the Bory Tucholskie National Park, near which the author lives and works.
According to the author, a forest is a unique carpenter’s shop, where the nature uses wood and plants to create the most beautiful forms.

Image Courtesy Wamhouse 

  • Architects: Wamhouse + Karina Wiciak
  • Project: “XII” collection – part VI “STOLARNIA”
  • Location: Stolarnia, Poland

Private Residence in Bialystok, Poland by Cubic Projekt

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Article source: Cubic Projekt

Could you please introduce yourself briefly?

I’ve been an architect for twelve years, specializing in the matter of interiors, architecture and partly design.

What inspires your work? What are the main assumptions of your projects, what makes them stand out?

The inspiration comes from international projects and my own travels. Also, the publications of the best architects, let’s say, strongly motivate to deeper, more difficult actions and hard work on each project. They stimulate very well to gain an even better effect from the subject. The only difficulty that occurs, a professional difficulty, is the investor’s outlook on the quality of the project and the future realization. This means his expectations are much too low compared to what the architect can present or suggest. My philosophy is to put as many of my ideas as possible into practice.

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  • Architects: TomaszTubisz – Cubic Projekt 
  • Project: development and modernization of a detached house in Bialystok
  • Location: Bialystok, Poland
  • Photography: Cubic Projekt
  • Architect In Charge: Tomasz Tubisz
  • Year: 2006
  • Fireplace: Fire Line Automatic, Planika

So do your projects have any characteristic features, a certain dominating style?

I think my projects do not have any visible strong individual features of an architect that you’re asking about. However, I am constantly developing and I try to lead that development in the direction that would make those characteristic features easily noticeable. I am also keen on modernism and avant-garde, which I try to put into practice.

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It is partly a joined system, because you do not easily find such investors, who know what they want and who like certain style. That is why every work is preceded by a conversation, an interview regarding the needs and feelings of the investor. For me the most important thing is to implement the project without any changes and corrections made by the investor. Unfortunately, in Poland it often happens that the investor corrects it either for financial reasons, or because of bad advice. And this is the worst evil, which destroys the project.

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How would you briefly describe the project held in Bialystok?

The project in Bialystok…it is a timeless house, the one I like. And the space we have succeeded in obtaining, it’s a superb project for everyone. The house extracts the whole greenness from the surroundings, the parcel,even from the deeper surrounding, which is the forest around it, the park. The investors are content, because their needs were met, all the expected functions were complied, for me the house isat 100% executed.

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Have there been any serious technical problems during the project? How long did it take? Did you manage to finish it on time or have the works extended?

Every project takes longer than you presume. That precise project lasted almost exactly 2 years. Generally there were no problems, for me it was a perfect project. The largest difficulties have occurred during the demolition and the implementation of construction changes, because the building was expanded from 300m to 600m, from a simple block to a much bigger and difficult space. But the effect was really satisfying so thatsuccess pleased everyone. But there were no problems.

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In an interview for one of the interior magazines you have mentioned that a good cooperation is half of the success in a project. Was it hard to convince the client to the implementation of a bio fireplace? Did the clienthave a different view and wanted to use a different product?

As I have mentioned before, such ideas of the investor ruin the project the most. However, in that case the investor gave me his full trust and generally I presented him the idea of a 3m long fireplace in the living room, as such product fitted into the whole space, which was created there. At that time it was hard to find such product. Fortunately, fate caused me to come across your company, and my bosses have accepted my idea and your ability of creating such product. And there it was, a three metres long, linear fireplace, so it was another success in that matter.

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That was my next question, about the key element while choosing the product. You could say that it was not design, but the technical capabilities have preponderated?

Well…At first there was the design and your company has coped with it. What I can say is that the casing was made by another company, you have made the inside, so basically the technology and the trough with fire, it was all joined together successfully. So for that time, as far as I remember, it was a huge challenge for me and for you. And we achieved. Today it is much easier.

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So in your opinion the whole project ended up as a success and the client was fully satisfied as well?

Yes, it was a 100% success, the investors underline it all the time, whenever we meet. So I hope there will be more projects and investors of that kind.

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As an experienced architect, would you recommend that that particular bio fireplace, the Fire Line Automatic, to other professionals, architects, designers?

Yes, this product is prepared perfectly for architects and designers. The technology doesn’t create much barriers or limitations. I recommend it.

Do you have a favourite project in your career, your own or perhaps of some other author, which you particularly admire?

I really like the projects of Robert Konieczny, and his atrium house is exactly what I call a 100% project, except the interiors, which I would, let’s say, bring up for discussion, correction. As for the interiors themselves, of course I do like other projects of several architects, but if we are referring to fireplaces and interiors in particular, there are a lot of such projects and such list could be endless.However, I always try to judge each project in terms of its quality and divide the projects considering whether I could live in that certain space, or only be there, exist just to admire it.

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In fact, the time itself will judge if the interior, the house, the architecture will last, whether it will be timeless or not. So it is with the classics. In my projects I try to state that something,which has lasted about 20-30 years since the day of its design, is timeless. I suppose that your products will also be corrected one day, but I have the impression that most of them are ideally designed and manufactured by your company.

I expect that Planika will be developing its ideas, its products, because I reckon that now is the time when, in case of fire, many things can be changed. For example, verticalfire. But that’sanothersubject.

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Private Residence in Cracow, Poland by dot.projekt

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Article source: Planika

Interview with Aleksandra Bobrowicz-Nadolny (dot.projekt)

Aleksandra Bobrowicz-Nadolny, an interior designer born in Zielona Gora, Poland. Graduated from the Jagiellonian University and the School of Interior Design and Space at the Cracow School of Art. The owner and originator of the dot.projekt studio. In her spare time she prepares a PhD and works as a graphic.

Image Courtesy © Aleksandra Bobrowicz-Nadolny

  • Architects: dot.projekt
  • Project: Private Residence
  • Location: Cracow, Poland
  • Photography: Aleksandra Bobrowicz-Nadolny
  • Project: Private Apartment
  • Year: 2012
  • Fireplace: Rondo, Planika


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