Results of the competition for the design of the foreground of the Faculty of Architecture of the Cracow University of Technology
Tadeusz Kosciuszko Cracow University of Technology, Association of Polish Architects Cracow Branchlocation
On October 28 this year, a one-stage limited implementation competition for the design of the foreground of the Faculty of Architecture at the Cracow University of Technology was resolved.
The task facing the participants was to create a project for the development of the area in front of the Faculty of Architecture building of the Cracow University of Technology at 1 Podchorążych Street (former Podchorążówka), which, among other things, will raise the aesthetic value and standard of the park's facilities while taking into account environmental aspects based onnature-based solutions.
The area, thanks to the cooperation between the University of Technology and the Board of Urban Greenery in Krakow, is to become an extension of the Młynówka Królewska park, which is being renovated - an open space available to both students and city residents.
The competition received twenty-one applications for participation, of which seventeen teams were invited to submit entries. Ultimately, five competition works were submitted by the deadline.
The competition jury, chaired by Magdalena Kozień-Woźniak, PhD, dean of the Faculty of Architecture at the Cracow University of Technology, and composed of Borysław Czarakcziew (chairman of the Social Committee for Renovation of Krakow Monuments), Tomasz Kapecki, PhD, prof. PK (vice-rector for general affairs at the Cracow University of Technology), prof. Tomasz Kozłowski (vice-dean of WA PK), Piotr Turkiewicz , PhD (Malopolska Regional Monuments Conservator), prof. Agata Zachariasz (WA PK), Grzegorz Stawowy (City Councilor of Krakow), Jarosław Tabor (Deputy Director of the Board of Urban Greenery in Krakow) Marek Szeniawski (SARP Warsaw Branch), Witold Zieliński (Vice Chairman of the Council of the Malopolska Regional Chamber of Architects) awarded three prizes and one honorable mention.
The first prize went to the concept of the Wojciech Sumlet Architecture team, the second prize to AND INVESTMENT, and the third prize to the team consisting of: Agnieszka Wartacz, Katarzyna Łakomy, Anna Steuer-Jurek, Magdalena Raźny and Agata Fałat. Honorable mention was awarded to the proposal of Sara Slojewska, Marta Bil and Dorota Mroz.