Posts Tagged ‘Poland’
Tuesday, April 19th, 2016
Article source: STOPROCENT Architekci s.c.
Presented project is a refurbrishment of a villa built in the communist times and settled in a picturesque forrest nearby Warsaw. The house was rearranged and expanded several times. In late 90’s an indoor pool was added. The Client, a family 2+2, decided that it’s form and function doesn’t fit their current requirements and decided to refrubrish it one more time.
Image Courtesy © STOPROCENT Architekci
- Architects: STOPROCENT Architekci s.c.
- Project: House Z
- Location: Warsaw, Poland
- Software used: Autodesk Autocad, Sketchup Pro, 3D Max + Vray, Adobe
- Client: Private
- Design Team: Przemek Kaczkowski, Magda Morelewska, Krzysztof Melon Mika, Iwona Pawłowska
- Plot Area: 4265,0 M2
- House Area: 438,97 M2
- Project: 2016
Saturday, April 16th, 2016
Article source: RT-Studio
It’s the conception (during realization) of Italian restaurant in Warsaw localized in old building from XIX century. That is why this local is projected in industrial Art Deco style.
Image Courtesy © RT-Studio
- Architects: RT-Studio
- Project: “Bella Napoli” Enzo Rossi italian restaurant
- Location: Warsaw, Poland
Friday, April 15th, 2016
Article source: STOPROCENT Architekci
The clients, a middle-aged couple, approached us with one definite request – they wanted to build a house with no stairs, a house that would be equally practical and enjoyable when they get old. The site offered no obvious clues – a flat piece of land in a second line of buildings, in a suburban part of the city of Wrocław, among disappearing traces of a rural past, surrounded by a chaotic mix of houses of all styles, materials and conditions.
Image Courtesy © Przemysław Kaczkowski
- Architects: STOPROCENT Architekci
- Project: House with ZERO stairs
- Location: Wroclaw, Poland
- Photography: Przemysław Kaczkowski
- Cooperation: Ola Targońska
- Surface: 253M2
- Land area: 2,233M2
- Project: 2009
- Realization: 2011
- Software used: Autocad 2013 , Sketchup Pro, Adobe
Friday, April 1st, 2016
Article source: ZALEWSKI ARCHITECTURE GROUP
An intimate and cozy housing estate in Mikołów located on the quiet outskirts of the city. The project includes twelve houses. The spatial arrangement is concentrated along the internal access road, the buildings contrast with the adjacent wall of the forest Due to the size of the plot, its geometric shape and inclination, and location in relation to the world directions the houses are grouped in a system similar to twin buildings – buildings are congruent to each other within the plot – yet because of the plot shape and sun exposure, congruent buildings are not identical.
Image Courtesy © TOMASZ ZAKRZEWSKI
- Architects: ZALEWSKI ARCHITECTURE GROUP, KRZYSZTOF ZALEWSKI, ADAM GIL, PAWEŁ ZALEWSKI
- Project: 327 HILL HOUSES
- Location: MIKOŁÓW, POLAND
- Photography: TOMASZ ZAKRZEWSKI
- Realization time: 2015
Sunday, March 13th, 2016
Article source: INOSTUDIO architects
The respective space lies in a post-industrial quarter situated in the center of Gliwice.
The compact space, just 20 m2, has housed numerous endeavors, including an antique shop and porter’s office. The main entrance can be found inside the gateway.
Image Courtesy © Marcin Grabowiecki
Friday, February 26th, 2016
Article source: PORT
The most valuable ideas are created not in the office desk, but far from it. They need inspiration, air and coincidence. The purpose of project was to make friendly space. Good quality of working space is one of the factors which cause that the life is well spend. If we are happy at work, then it’s effects would be better and more useful for everyone. We don’t want to use the term “free time” as that time after work as we do not agree that time spent at work is the one without freedom. We all should work with satisfaction and pleasure from what we are doing.
Image Courtesy © S. Zajączkowski
- Architects: PORT
- Project: Business Center
- Location: Wroclawska street, Opole, Poland
- Photography: S. Zajączkowski
- Client: Foundation for the Development of Silesia and the Local Initiative Support
- General contractor: Adamietz
- Concrete structure: Baumar
- Building area: 1225,6 sqm
- Plot area: 5019,0 sqm
- Year: 2015
Sunday, February 14th, 2016
Article source: RS+ Robert Skitek architekci
The house is located in a quiet district in the south of Katowice. There was an orchard with apple trees on the existing plot. The neighboring building and zoning plan imposed pitched roof geometry.
The building is located along the road to cut off private garden from the street. The gable windowless walls are as close as possible to the neighboring plots. Main black solid with pitched roof, is fully clad with slate. The distinctive frontal diagonal line of the hood is lowering in accordance with lowered bedroom’s floor above the garage.
Image Courtesy © Tomasz Zakrzewski
- Architects: RS+ Robert Skitek architekci
- Project: House in Slate
- Location: Katowice, Poland
- Photography: Tomasz Zakrzewski
- Cooperation: Jakub Zygmunt
- Structure: Jan Kostorz
- Area: 241 sqm
- Year: 2015
Friday, January 22nd, 2016
Article source: Damian Cyryl KOTWICKI
Located on a scarp near the beautiful Wulpinski lake, in the town of Sila is a modern single family house with an area of 450m. Embedded in the ground, beautifully integrated with the amazing landscape of Warmia-Mazury with a huge, entirely covered by grass patio located on the roof, wide windows overlooking the lake, three bedrooms, kitchenette, two bathrooms, and a garage. It is the perfect place to relax, and live in harmony with the nature. It has been designed for a private investor from Olsztyn. It’s an all year round house, made of bricks, plastered in white, thus gaining lightness and space.
Image Courtesy © Damian Cyryl KOTWICKI
Wednesday, January 20th, 2016
Article source: 2pm Architekci
The Park’s entrances are situated in a close vicinity to parking lots and public transportation stops where tourists start their visit to the Tatra Mountains National Park. They incorporate checkout desks, a tourist information (combined with a small bookshop), information boards, communications routes, resting spots, and toilets. The current buildings are more than a dozen years old, built in the Zakopane architectural style. They do not meet the requirements needed to serve touristic traffic. On the Park’s premises there are 17 such entrances, of different sizes. The competition work comprises the design of two of such entrances, Białego Valley (smaller) and Kościeliska Valley (of higher capacity), with the possibility of adapting them for the rest of the entrances.
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- Architects: 2pm Architekci
- Project: Entrances to the Tatra Mountains National Park
- Location: Poland Zakopane
- Team: Michał Adamczyk, Piotr Bylka, Piotr Musiałowski, Krzysztof Nowotka
- Investor: Tatra Mountains National Park
- 2015 Project: 1st prize
Sunday, January 17th, 2016
Article source: Flanagan Lawrence Architects
The brief called for design proposals to maximise the flexibility of the 1976-designed theatre for a variety of performances on the stage, and to add a new roof to enclose both the stage and the audience. The underside of the roof, which covers the stage and front of auditorium, will enhance and project the natural acoustic for orchestral events.
Image Courtesy © Flanagan Lawrence Architects
- Architects: Flanagan Lawrence Architects
- Project: Summer Theatre
- Location: Kasprowicza Park, Szczecin, Poland
- Client: The City of Szczecin (Gmina Miasto Szczecin)
- Acoustics: Arup
- Structural Engineers: Expedition
- Area of site: 16659 sq m
- Expected completion date: 2018
- Cost: 12million Polish zloty (zł) (Circa £2.4m)