"Space for design art" - student competition
Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow - Faculty of Interior Design.location
On October 20, 2022, at the former Cracovia Hotel in Krakow, we learned the results of the international student competition - "Space for the Art of Design".
The competition was organized as part of the VII International Biennale of Interior Architecture of the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow.
The purpose of the competition was to create a concept for the interior of a permanent design gallery (a multifunctional creative space intended for art and design) in the building of the former Cracovia Hotel designed by Witold Ceckiewicz, The hotel at the time of its construction (1960s) was considered a symbol of innovation in construction technology and it was to this type of innovative design thinking that the students were invited.
The works submitted for the competition were evaluated by a jury consisting of:
- Prof. Andrzej Bednarczyk - JM Rector of the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow,
- Prof. Takeshi Sukegawa - architect, China Academy of Art, Japan/China,
- Prof. George Katodrytis - architect, American University of Sharjah, UAE,
- Leopold Ajami - philosopher, Novel Philosophy Academy, Lebanon/ZEA,
- Dr. Szymon Hanczar - interior designer, ASP Wrocław,
- Katarzyna Księżopolska - editor-in-chief of Magazif,
- dr. hab.Mateusz Wróblewski prof. UAP - interior architect, UAP Poznań,
- Dr. Anna Dettloff - art historian, ASP Kraków,
- Prof. Marek Blazucki - interior architect, dean of the Faculty of Interior Design, ASP Kraków.
The jury awarded three prizes and two honorable mentions.
TheGrand Prix was awarded to Karolina Wasiluk from the Faculty of Interior Design at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow for her work entitled. "Space for art and design".
The second prize went to a team of students from the Interior Design Department of the Silesian University of Technology, consisting of: Wiktoria Białoskórska, Adrianna Sladek, Nina Stanco, Marta Zwarycz for the project "The Art of Future".
Other awards went to students of the Faculty of Interior Design at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow.
Thethird prize was awarded by the jury to Julia Nowak for her work "Moza Design".
First Honorable M ention went to Liliana Alrae, author of the work "Interior design of a permanent design gallery".
II Honor able Mention went to Alicja Łapa for the project "Hotel Cracovia rearrangement of space".
All works selected and admitted by the jury to the final of the competition can be seen at an exhibition in the interior of the former Cracovia Hotel until November 3 this year in Cracow.
Architecture & Business has taken patronage of all events of the VII International Biennale of Interior Architecture. Next week we will publish voting for the Audience Award in the student competition.