The Culture and Education Centre of Ks. Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki and the Rosary Garden next to the Church of St. Hyacinth in Bytom qualified for the contest “Living Places – Simson Architecture Prize.”

On the occasion of the celebration of the firm’s centenary in 2016, Simon presents the first edition of Living Places – Simon Architecture Prize, a two-yearly European contest addressed to works completed and put into use over the past two years.
This Prize aims to recognise excellence in architecture. It distinguishes those works which strengthen the ability of adaptability of spaces to reach comfort and well-being to its residents. Architecture which turns into quality places for people’s every day lives: for working, learning, playing, … Architecture to be lived in.

You can read full description of this project on is page: St. Hyacinth in Bytom.