Polish House was shown at London Festival of Architecture as part of Wallpaper Directories 2014.
The project was shortlisted for 15th cycle of the 20+10+X World Architecture Community Awards.
Design of the Polish House is based on the polish timber architecture, polish rural culture, picturesque churches covered on the roof by wood shingle, slender watchtowers, old-polish manor houses and open-air museums – full of spectacular wooden constructions. This house is a modern interpretation of unique and rich polish cultural heritage which is not quite visible in international design trends.
The Lesser Polish House is a housing building inspired by the traditional Lesser Polish wooden architecture originating in XIX and the beginning of the XX century. Modern structure of the building was designed in accordance with up-to-date standards of architectural creation. At the same time,utilizing forms based on the vast heritage of the rural culture.
Silver Tower Center building is located on the Pilsudski’s Street, on an unusual plot resulting from the parcellation of the former Jewish cemetery. Typical urban quarter was divided diagonally to commemorate trace of the former greenery, which was a cemetery facilities in the past.
Photography: Maciej Lulko, IBIS Styles Wroclaw Centrum
Architecture team: Maćków Pracownia Projektowa: Zbigniew Maćków (Chief Architect), Katarzyna Korsak(Leading Architect), Paweł Dadok, Konrad Gwiazda, Iwona Iskra, Anna Kołodzińska, Magdalena Paprotna, Piotr Sulisz, Karolina Zajączkowska
Article source: MSWW Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnetrzach
Grand Oak House is a story in which a key role was played by the beautiful oak wood … Wood left a legacy by his grandfather … That it set the tone for the color and mood of meaning to the interior. Table of Elements woodwork and many other furniture – stores the memory of the people and the time that is behind us. And the contemporary environment of concrete, steel, gray and patterns subtly interacts with the past enchanted in oak jars. There does not end with reference to nature; both bathrooms and bedrooms are continuing a dialogue with nature. Forest, meadows and animals remind us of the continuity of our natural heritage.
Narvil Conference & Spa is located in Serock by Zegrzyńskie lake, 40 kilometers from Warsaw. It’s a combination of the elegant hotel, modern conference center and exclusive spa. Location by the Narew river, surrounding forest and omnipresent nature creates an amazing atmosphere of the place. The priority while building the hotel was to keep a perfect harmony with an environment and to interfere as little as possible.
The year 2015 marks twenty-eight years since the publication of Tygodnik Powszechny magazine’s interview in which Andrzej Wajda announced his intention to create a Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Kraków – a permanent venue for exhibiting Feliks ‘Manggha’ Jasieński’s collection of Japanese art.
IEA Team of architects: Jacek Dubiel (design project manager), Piotr Hojda, Sylwester Staniucha, Sebastian Machaj, Piotr Urbanowicz, Bartosz Haduch, Sylwia Gowin, Dariusz Grobelny, Tomasz Żełudziewicz, Enio Ferreira, Jakub Wagner, Jakub Turbasa, Marcin Głuchowski, Michał Konarzewski
Interior design: Ingarden & Ewý Architekci, and interior designers : Agnieszka Cwynar-Łaska, Marta Spodar
General contractor: Przedsiębiorstwo Budownictwa Przemysłowego „Chemobudowa – Kraków” SA Wiesław Żurowski, Jerzy Mendel, Kazimierz Łącki (contract managers), Tomasz Gawor (site manager), Ryszard Słowik, Michał Pietras, Robert Poliński (more…)
“Every year, in the beginning of May, the next edition of an experimental project called KontenerART begins. It’s an initiative of independent artists in Poznań – a place where you can relax, meet people and take part in whole creative process, learning new skills during many art workshops, concerts and exhibitions.
The project of the Town Hall of Wilanów District of the Capital City of Warsaw that was completed and opened in December 2014 is a continuation of the architectural and urban concept by studio Kuryłowicz & Associates, chosen as a result of a competition organized by the Municipality of Wilanow, and the decision was taken in June 2000. The construction began in 2002, was interrupted during the open core and shell construction phase for approx. 10 years. It was resumed in 2012 with the participation of another contractor.
In the ’60s between important wroclawian Szewska Street and the representative Świdnicka Street there was a building raised, that in the late ’80s became a legendary bar of the city converting itself to a vibrant place of the cultural exchange and interpersonal relations. Bar Barbara was designed by Anna Tarnawska and Jerzy Tarnawski and was a part of the bigger residential project being worked on between 1957 and 1962.