Architekt wrocław

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Project • By arch_itInformation Centres

Infowuwa

The project included the revalorization and adaptation of the former hairdresser (and originally waiting rooms for the tram and kiosks with milk and newspapers) in the historic residential building No. 1 (Laubenganghaus No. 1) in the area of the WuWA (Wohnungs- und Werkraum Ausstellung) residential exhibition from 1929. The gallery house, to which the object adjoins, was designed by Paul Heim and Albert Kempter.   Architects: Maja Cichocka, Agnieszka Gałwiaczek, Piotr Zybura Cooperation: Tomasz CempaPhoto: Maciej LulkoProject: 2016-2017 Realization: 2018Awards: Honourable mention in Piękny Wrocław (Beaufiful Wrocław) competition, selection in XXL Architecture competition. More

Project • By arch_itSports Centres

Hybrid sports complex with fencing hall

The building is a new part of the existing School Complex No. 5, which includes the 13th General Secondary School and bilingual secondary school in Wrocław (PL).The design of the gym is a combination of two independently functioning objects in one compact body. On the ground floor there is a separate fencing block available directly from the outside. The complex of sports facilities for the School Complex, which consists of a full-size gymnasium, fitness room, dance hall and gym, and necessary sanitary and locker rooms are located above the fencing block. Communication with the existing wing of the school takes place via a connector suspended over the inner courtyard.The form of the building is completely subordinate to its function. Indivi... More
House on the Horizon
House on the Horizon
House on the Horizon
House on the Horizon
House on the Horizon

Project • By JABRAARCHITECTSPrivate Houses

House on the Horizon

House on the Horizon near Poznan is a typical family house that has "something more" than a typical project. In a small surface of the building with double garage, designed T-shaped, there is comfortable space for a family of three or four. Living area (135 m2) consists of kitchen, dining room, living room, two bedrooms, a guest room (optional third bedroom), toilet, bathroom . A small area is organized very comfortably - day and night zones do not interfere with each other, and individual rooms with large glass panels give a sense of space and contact with garden. Designed building is set in a rural landscape where a lot of buildings are the houses with flat roofs. Therefore its architecture is not pretentious against rural buildings,... More