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Intersections in Gdynia, Poland by IZABELA BOŁOZ

Thursday, July 5th, 2018

Article source: IZABELA BOŁOZ

Intersections is an open and versatile furniture collection consisting of several geometric modules. As each shape slides into the other, like two combs, form and color meet and interweave. Together the shapes create sculptural urban installations or play sculptures that can function both as a place to sit and relax as well as a place for spontaneous play.

Image Courtesy © Izabela Boloz

  • Architects: IZABELA BOŁOZ
  • Project: Intersections
  • Location: Gdynia, Poland

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The Nest in Warsaw, Poland by Grupa 5 Architekci

Friday, June 29th, 2018

Article source: Grupa 5 Architekci 

The pre-war development of the parcels was shaped according to the 18th century concept of urban development, also called the Stanislawowska Axis. It was one of the key urban layouts of Warsaw, modelled on the French spatial arrangements. The concept was laid out by king Stanislaw August Poniatowski who by means of a series of star-shaped squares wished to connect the then city of Warsaw with his suburban residence in Ujazdow. Based on the existing King’s Road leading to the election grounds of Wola, a series of squares was designed, such as Na Rozdrożu, Zbawiciela, Politechniki or Unii Lubelskiej, along with the streets stretching from each of these squares. A geometrical grid of streets – some of them intersecting at sharp angles within the squares – is one of the most characteristic elements of this historical layout. Thus shaped parcels of land, completely built-up, formed narrow corner plots, defining the frontages of squares and street intersections. Koszykowa Street was planned according to such an urban development concept.

Image Courtesy © Mikołaj Lelewski

  • Architects: Grupa 5 Architekci
  • Project: The Nest
  • Location: Piękna 49, Warsaw, Poland
  • Photography: Mikołaj Lelewski
  • Lead Architects: Michał Leszczyński, Piotr Bzdel
  • Team: Tomasz Szponar, Krzysztof Kamiński
  • Authors: Roman Dziedziejko, Michał Leszczyński, Krzysztof Mycielski, Rafał Zelent, Rafał Grzelewski
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 2100 m2
  • Completion Year: 2018

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Eco Warsaw Tower in Poland by BXBstudio Bogusław Barnaś

Friday, May 18th, 2018

Article source: BXBstudio Bogusław Barnaś 

Eco Warsaw Tower is a sustainable building situated in the centre of the Polish capital. In the design process, a lot of attention was given to such needs of a contemporary human being as: contact with nature, healthy lifestyle and harmony, which are missing in the modern city.

Image Courtesy © BXBstudio Bogusław Barnaś

  • Architects: BXBstudio Bogusław Barnaś
  • Project: Eco Warsaw Tower
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland
  • Team: Bogusław Barnaś, Anna Taczalska, Mateusz Zima, Justyna Gajda, Kamil Makowiec, Anna Hydzik, Anna Mędrala, Hubert Augustowski, Aleksandra Banasiewicz, Marcin Burzyński, Kinga Żuk
  • Interior Design: BXBstudio & LOOMA interior design
  • Total Plot Area: 1060 sqm
  • Total Building Usable Area: 5808 sqm
  • Total Building Area: 789 sqm
  • Total Residential Area: 2237 sqm
  • Total Office Area: 285 sqm
  • Total Commercial Area: 1229 sqm
  • Date: 2016-2018

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Apartment with a view in Poznań, Poland by ATELIER STARZAK STREBICKI

Friday, May 18th, 2018

Article source: ATELIER STARZAK STREBICKI 

The apartment with a view located on the seventh floor is a result of combining two flats. Its space is divided into two main and at the same time interpenetrating zones: intimate and daily. The first one includes a bedroom, a bathroom and a wardrobe, the second one embraces a living room, a kitchen, a dining room as well as an entry zone together with a toilet and an utility room. Mobile walls in the form of sliding doors allow the user to configure private and public spaces depending on his/hers changing needs. The apartment is defined by muted colours that create a background for particular elements of the interior. The atmosphere of the apartment is completed by an ashen floor as well as the blue, pink, white and green mosaic arranged in the spaces of bathroom, kitchen and entry zone.

Image Courtesy © Mateusz Bieniaszczyk

  • Architects: ATELIER STARZAK STREBICKI
  • Project: Apartment with a view
  • Location: Poznań, Poland
  • Photography: Mateusz Bieniaszczyk
  • Surface: 86m2
  • Year: 2013 – 2016

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The Transport Hub in Solec Kujawski, Poland by RYSY Architekci Rafał Sieraczyński

Friday, May 4th, 2018

Article source: RYSY Architekci Rafał Sieraczyński

The transport hub in Solec Kujawski, completed in June 2016, is part of BiT City – the modern high-speed rail network connecting the two capital cities of Kujawsko-Pomorskie region in Poland: Bydgoszcz and Toruń. The hub is located, more or less, in the middle of the distance between the two cities, was the last stage in the construction of the „BiT City” network.

Image Courtesy © Piotr Krajewski

  • Architects: RYSY Architekci Rafał Sieraczyński
  • Project: The Transport Hub
  • Location: Solec Kujawski, Poland
  • Photography: Piotr Krajewski
  • Client: Gmina Solec Kujawski
  • General Contractor: E-Bud Przemysłówka
  • Structural Engineer: Jan Kostorz, Michał Piasecki, Paweł Olczak, Norbert Kalinowski, Wioletta Sergiel, Jarosław Wierzbicki, Leszek Stalęga
  • Architects in Charge: Rafał Sieraczyński, Sebastian Bocian, Aleksandra Laprus, Aleksandra Kosmala-Czarnecka
  • Area: 1136.6 m2
  • Completion: 2016

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Helen’s House in Gdynia, Poland by MSWW Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnetrzach

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Article source: MSWW Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnetrzach

Helen’s House is a new story of a house which springs out from the old urban fabric of Gdynia. The interior of the house has been inspired by its body where the internal architecture of homely space is shaped by the division of particular rooms. A dialogue of wood and concrete creates the main suspense which develops the temperature of the interior. Entwined in a mutual relation, these two materials unpretentiously spread through equivocal surfaces – walls, ceilings. And the noble light oak wood seems to be the winner here. Its warmth creates the pleasure that can be experienced in that space. It warms up the shades of grayness, concrete textures and hard materials.

Image Courtesy © Marcin Konopka (MSWW)

  • Architects: MSWW Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnetrzach
  • Project: Helen’s House
  • Location: Gdynia, Poland
  • Photography: Marcin Konopka (MSWW)
  • Area: 300m2
  • Date of Creating Project: 2014
  • Date of Complete the Project: 2016

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Akademeia High School in Warsaw, Poland by medusa group

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

Article source: medusa group

Changes in the public education system in Poland have not kept up with the modern changes in the lives and activities of young people. Generation of the so-called millenials, which entered the high school age, forced a thorough reformulation of the approach to education. It also forced a review of the principles of shaping school buildings. The failure of the public sector began to use the private sector, producing a product that meets the requirements of education for young people.

Image Courtesy © medusa group

 

  • Architects: medusa group
  • Project: Akademeia High School
  • Location: Warsaw, ul. Saint Ursula Ledóchowska 2 Authors, Poland
  • General architekts: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała
  • Co-operation: Beata Bańka, Mariusz Okrajek, Anna Pawełczyk, Jarosław Przybyłka, Michał Sokołowski, Mateusz Rymar, Konrad Basan, Piotr Dećko, Michał Laskowski
  • Interior Design: medusagroup, Studio Rygalik
  • Landscape Architecture: urbandesign
  • Construction: Static General contractor: Skanska S.A.
  • Investor: Tacit Investment

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Office Building Silesian Porcelain Park in Poland by TOKARSKI TOKARSKA ARCHITECTURE TEAM

Thursday, March 29th, 2018

Article source: TOKARSKI TOKARSKA ARCHITECTURE TEAM 

The office building of the Silesian Porcelain Park is located in the area of the historical porcelain factory in the industrial part of Katowice. The post-factory buildings are located here and this is where the widely known porcelain signed “Giesche” and later “Bogucice” was manufactured since the 1920s. The post- industrial building complex is considered to be a space of high architectural value. The technological park that has been established here includes: offices, a design centre, an exhibition area, a workroom for creative industries, an IT research laboratory, a design laboratory, as well as cafés and restaurants. New functions of the buildings aim at reviving the area.

Image Courtesy © TOMASZ ZAKRZEWSKI

  • Architects: TOKARSKI TOKARSKA ARCHITECTURE TEAM
  • Project: Office Building Silesian Porcelain Park
  • Location: Silesian, Katowice, Poland
  • Photography: TOMASZ ZAKRZEWSKI
  • Authors: magdalena tokarska, piotr tokarski
  • Terrain Surface: 7 670 m²
  • Usable Floor Surface: 1728,8 m²

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Suburban House in Tychy, Poland by TOKARSKI TOKARSKA ARCHITECTURE TEAM

Monday, March 26th, 2018

Article source: TOKARSKI TOKARSKA ARCHITECTURE TEAM 

The biggest asset of the parcel located in the suburbs of the city of Tychy is the surroundings of farmland and forests. The area is weakly urbanized and has a typical rural character. The parcel has a view over open space and characteristic farmyard buildings.

Image Courtesy © Tomasz Zakrzewski

  • Architects: TOKARSKI TOKARSKA ARCHITECTURE TEAM 
  • Project: Suburban House
  • Location: Tychy, Poland
  • Photography: Tomasz Zakrzewski
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
  • Team: Magdalena Tokarska, Piotr Tokarski, Bartosz Wolny
  • Built Area: 204,3 m²
  • Completion Year: 2015

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Fabryczna offices Łódź in Poland by MVRDV

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Article source: MVRDV 

Fabryczna offices is a grand addition to the existing city centre of Łódź and fits well with the entire masterplan for the areas around the new station. It connects past to present, with the design ambition for a distinct envelope given the strict instructions for a 4-storey plinth, respecting the outline of the plot and at the same time, allowing for a tower height of up to 60 meters. The depth of the plot encouraged the creation of a publicly accessible courtyard. The plinth, therefore, is a band of commercial spaces on the ground floor with offices above and a depth that allows for maximum daylight onto all levels. The rounded plinth and tower are curved to create a series of smaller volumes which makes the project more human scale and also provides a more individual identity to future tenants. The courtyard has an opening towards the culture centre and a passage towards Kilinskiego Street with the intention to introduce a new walking route through the area with retail in the courtyard.

Image Courtesy © MVRDV

  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Project: Fabryczna offices Łódź
  • Location: Łódź, Poland
  • Client: Invest Company
  • Design MVRDV: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries
  • Design Team: Nathalie de Vries, Fokke Moerel with Roy Sieljes, Mateusz Wojcieszek, Natalia Lipczuk, Philipp Kramer, Christine Sohar, Ole Egebaek, Brygida Zawadzka and Patryk Ślusarski
  • Partners:

    • Façade consultants: Essox façade
    • Advisory: WSP
    • Landscape Design: Lola Landscape Architects Rotterdam and Gress real estate services
  • Date: 2015+

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