We invite you to familiarize yourself with our urban and architectural concept of a multi-storey car park in the Culture Zone in Katowice.
ICONIC AWARDS: Innovative Architecture, established by the German Design Council, is the first independent international architecture and design competition to take into account the interplay between the various disciplines. Awards are given to visionary buildings, innovative products and sustainable communication in all sectors of architecture, the construction and real estate business and the manufacturing industries. The focus is on holistic production and interaction between the trades in the context of architecture.
Hotel Nobu Warsaw is available to all guests. 120 carefully designed rooms as well as spacious rooms dedicated to cultural and business events have been put into use.
The building uses simple materials: concrete, glass and inside also wood and stone. It was designed in a Japanese style referring to the heart of the hotel – the Nobu Restaurant
We invite you to the project’s page.
The home-installation inspired by the art of origami is the result of the investor’s fascination with Japanese culture.
A seemingly simple building with a geometric form creates a complicated system of steel structure covered with graphite polyurethane coating. This allowed to obtain the effect of a visually light, paper form taken from the Japanese art of creating spatial forms from paper.
Inside, there was a space for rest, if necessary, a guest room, as well as a place of temporary isolation and reflection. The mute effect of the interior is enhanced by the bleached plywood finish, a material associated with the architecture of fusuma wooden-paper walls.
The building is also to perform decorative functions, being a sculpture in the space of a home garden.
More information on the project’s page.
Cropping the view of Otryt was an important premise of this project. A house in the Bieszczady Mountains for our investor Henninger Investment, with whom we implement the housing estate in Live in the City of Krakow, opens to the panorama of overlapping Bieszczady peaks, while not closing this view to others.