Located in Ożarów and created by Warsaw-based firm Xystudio, the 19 twin-bedded rooms – each with ensuite bathroom facilities and views of the countryside – have been purposefully designed to cater for marginalized people, many of whom are elderly and disabled, that have been deemed “too healthy for nursing homes, yet too unhealthy for standard shelters”.
Oskar Zięta took the top award after his construction consisting of 35 bionic steel arches was recognised as a “pioneering contribution” to the “international design landscape.”
Taking into account such pressing factors as climate change and accessibility the awards highlighted some of the capital’s ground-breaking and imaginative designs.
The new-look building comes packed full of the latest technology that sets it a million-miles apart from its predecessor.
Considered one of the most modern in Poland, the nursery design which is built around a green atrium to help bring the outside in, blends modern architecture, nature and community.
Taking the anniversary of Poland regaining independence as their starting point, the architectural team have come up with a visualisation of Piłsudskiego Square which they say combines historical elements with modern technology, art and environmental awareness.
TFN explores the history and the stunning architecture of one of the country’s biggest and most expensive new churches.
The museum which will show off from across the Middle East will be built by Aidia Studio, which was selected in an international competition.
The latest edition of the prestigious Arhitext Magazine awards saw the museum beat off competition from 150 other projects across Central Eastern Europe.
The museum from Wrocław-based architects Heinle, Wischer und Partner Architekcia will also be a research centre on the poetic and theatrical work of the ‘most outstanding’ Polish artist of the early 20th century.