Boasting a total prize pot of PLN 50,000, the winner will receive PLN 19,000 whilst other cash rewards will be handed out to the most sustainable project as well as that deemed to be most in tune with “the principles of universal design”.
Touted as leading example of successful renewable energy strategies, the town of Koło will see the building of a geothermal well and an associated geothermal energy plant, which will move the town away from its dependence on coal and help to improve the town’s air quality.
Design should take into account the historical setting and be environmentally friendly.
A design for a public convenience in Olsztyn scoops one of the country’s most original and most unusual awards.
In preparation for the exhibition which explores “fulfilled and unfulfilled dreams of modernisation”, the organisers drew on residents’ memories of the area, as well as their parents’ and grandparents’, during and after WWII.
A plaque commemorating the 550th anniversary of parliamentarism in the Republic of Poland was unveiled by Marek Kuchciński, the Speaker of the Sejm (lower house), in Koło (central Poland).
An annual design competition in Poland focuses on a specific piece of public infrastructure: toilets.