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HEALTHY HOUSE - Halina Skibniewskaya student competition. Voting for the Audience Award (until February 13, 2022).

Dobrawa Bies
10 of January '22

Voting for the best project in the single-family house and multi-family house category of the Halina Skibniewskaya student competition - HEALTHY HOUSE.

The first edition of Halina Skibniewskaya's student competition - HEALTHY HOUSE - is behind us. Before we know the jury's verdict, we invite you to vote for your favorite.The competition will award the Audience Award in each of two categories: single-family house and multi-family house. Thus, you can vote for one project in each category, a total of two votes can be cast in the voting!* The author, author or authors who win the highest number of votes in their category will receive a diploma and a six-month subscription to "A&B" monthly. The Grand Prix will also be selected!

The contest is organized by Architecture & Business magazine. Votes can be cast from January 10 to February 13, 2022 at 23:59.

The purpose of the Halina Skibniewskaya student competition - HEALTHY HOUSE is to promote healthy, sustainable residential architecture, friendly to users and the environment. We were looking for the best design of a single-family or multi-family house, functionally thought out and designed with the needs of the residents in mind. One that is in harmony with nature and laid out in such a way as to offset energy losses and facilitate ventilation of rooms; a design that includes smart, ecological solutions.

We invite you to familiarize yourself with the works submitted to the competition and choose your favorite in the SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSE and MULTIFAMILY HOUSE categories.

category
SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSE

Multigenerational house in Piekary

proj.: Katarzyna Jamioł, Tomasz Jaróg, Karolina Michalec
Faculty of Architecture, Cracow University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

A house for a three-generation family was designed, constituting a detached object (ground and second floor) with a garage for two cars, with a basement. It is directly connected to the greenhouse (winter garden). The landscaping also includes four parking spaces (including one for people with disabilities), and educational gardens. The facility is located on the main street in the village of Piekary.

Dom wielopokoleniowy w Piekarach

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number of votes: 1329

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House designed with energy efficiency in mind

proj.: Anita Janicka
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The house was designed with energy efficiency, ecology and renewable energy sources in mind, while "matching" its form to traditional single-family housing in the Polish countryside. The house consists of modules that can easily be combined with each other. Three modules are part of the project: the main module of the first floor - living room with kitchen and bathroom, attic with bathroom and two rooms; additional module of the first floor - two rooms, attic - bedroom with bathroom and dressing room, and module of a vertical greenhouse serving as a heat buffer.

Dom zaprojektowany z myślą o energooszczędnośc

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number of votes: 182

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IDEA 2+2

proj.: Beata Kobiałko
Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

The project was born from the consideration of what conditions should be created for an average family of 2+2, taking into account the needs and flexibility of the modern place of residence. In addition, nowadays architecture and investments are expected to provide solutions: economical, ergonomic, ecological and energy-efficient. After analyzing these assumptions, I started working on a house design that would meet these conditions.

2+2 dom jednorodzinny

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number of votes: 821


A place of rest - a world beyond the net

proj.: Kinga Krzywicka
Faculty of Architecture, Bialystok University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

The place of rest was created in order to give a new quality of life to people addicted to all kinds of receivers. According to the latest study "life in front of the screen" even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the Internet was used for just over 6 hours a day, in the era of the pandemic it was already 10 hours and 26 minutes. After many consultations with specialists and a broader study of the subject, it was decided to design a place where: network activity, will be directed to other activities such as physical.

Miejsce wypoczynku – świat poza siecią

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number of votes: 1286


KONOPek

proj.: Katarzyna Kuczaj, Paulina Wrzesińska
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The design of a house for a family of four in Bukow refers in architecture to typical post-German buildings. The authors focus on the greatest possible use of existing facilities on the plot, self-sufficiency and the use of wind, rain, sun and terrain.

KONOPek– Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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number of votes: 98


DISTRIBUTED HOUSE

proj.: Bartosz Kuczynski
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The design premise was to create a living space that fits well with the needs of its owners, where they could feel confident, safe and at ease. The house was divided into three zones: living, private and utility. Each of them functions as a separate part, but together they intermingle and complement each other, creating an original semi-atrial form of the building.

DOM ROZJECHANY

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number of votes: 28

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Building oriented towards self-sufficiency in heat

proj.: Katarzyna Kuternak, Kornelia Piesiur
Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

The house was designed to create a friendly space for a family of four. It has a compact, simple body with spaces opening to the garden. The most important spaces in the project, are common spaces that integrate the family. These include a living room connected to the kitchen and dining room, a winter garden, which also serves as a larger dining room, and a terrace, obscured by a wooden structure with vines, providing shade on hot days.

Budynek nastawiony na samowystarczalność cieplną

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number of votes: 81

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Permanent home. Permanent family. Adaptation of a mill to house an adoptive family in the village of Kula-Mill

proj.: Weronika Kuzma
Faculty of Architecture and Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk.

[excerpt from author's description]

The whole is more than the sum of the parts - a family is more than a kinship of people, and a house is more than a building. The concept tries to respond in the best way to the raised problem of parental deprivation of children. The project tries to prove that with architecture one can in a sense "heal", blur differences, unite and divide.

Dom trwały. Rodzina na stałe. Adaptacja młyna na dom rodziny adopcyjnej we wsi Kula-Młyn”

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number of votes: 122

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Interior design of a house for the visually impaired

proj.: Agnieszka Niczyporuk
Faculty of Interior Design, Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow.

[excerpt from author's description]

The presented project was created with two users in mind, one of whom is visually impaired. Great emphasis was placed on tactile and auditory (echolocation) sensations, which help the visually impaired person discern the topography of the apartment. The characteristic element that determined the appearance of the interior architecture was the edge, the rhythm created in a specific layout, which is recorded in the memory of the visually impaired viewer, becoming a kind of map for him.

Projekt wnętrza domu dla
osób niedowidzących

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number of votes: 26


House in Głuszyna

proj.: Joanna Lipnicka, Eryk Szczepański
University of Arts in Poznań

[excerpt from author's description]

The project was located in Głuszyna - a small Greater Poland village near Poznań with a characteristic, still visible layout of a former oval. Currently, its character and layout is disturbed by new, chaotic buildings. The answer to the problem was the previously prepared urban planning concept for a new part of Gluszyn, which will fill housing needs without disturbing the character of the village. The presented project is an attempt to create a contemporary Wielkopolska country house, which at the same time meets the principles of sustainable construction.

Dom w Głuszynie –
współczesny wielkopolski dom wiejski

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number of votes: 65


BEEco house

proj.: Jakub Nobis, Jakub Nowakowski
Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The building was designed to meet the standards of today's architecture. It is energy-efficient and nature-friendly. Modern solutions have been used, increasing user comfort, saving money and reducing the building's impact on the environment. Our project is a response to the growing problem of declining bee populations worldwide. It will enable symbiosis with humans.

BEEco house – dom z rodziną pszczół

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number of votes: 108

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AltHouse

proj.: Hanna Seredyńska, Magdalena Strauchmann
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The main idea behind AltHouse was the idea of a core house. We wanted to create a design for a single-family house that would grow with the needs of its occupants. We distinguished five stages of human life, depending on the number of family members. The starting module is designed for people interested in buying their first home. It is compact and simple to build. As the family grows, it is possible to add more elements.

AltHouse. Modułowy
dom jednorodzinny

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The project's design is a compact and easy to build project

number of votes: 216

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Prefabricated Space

proj.: Sylwia Turkot
Faculty of Interior Design at Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow.

[excerpt from author's description]

Today, housing is one of the most expensive consumer goods. When a young person invests in their first apartment, they have to weigh the budget, which limits the size of the living space. In addition, as the needs of residents change over time, the number of people in the family often increases. To meet these expectations, the idea of modular houses that grow with the need was created.

Przestrzeń Prefabrykowana. Projekt domu modularnego

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number of votes: 65


Healthy single-family house in Krakow

proj.: Anna Zagórska
Faculty of Architecture, Cracow University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The project presents a single-family house - open to nature, people with disabilities and modern technological solutions. The building is located at 40 Wodociągowa Street in Cracow. The plot has a rather unusual shape. It is very narrow and long, being about 23 meters wide and 110 meters long. Its area is about 29 acres.

Zdrowy dom
jednorodzinny w Krakowie

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number of votes: 570

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category
MULTIFAMILY HOUSE

EKO SZCZEPIN

proj.: Ewa Baranowska, Katarzyna Ledwoń, Alicja Popko
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The goal of our project was to create, healthy, functional and ecological multi-family housing estate, which, thanks to the solutions used, would create a comfortable place to live for its residents. At the same time, an important aspect during the entire design process for us was to take advantage of the qualities of the place and create an interesting and valuable point on the city map.

EKO SZCZEPIN.
Projekt ekologicznego osiedla wielorodzinnego

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number of votes: 271


Green Valley

proj.: Michal Ciebień
Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

The initial assumption of the project was the desire to interfere as little as possible in the surrounding landscape while preserving the green character of the plot, and to create a place friendly to life and uniting residents. The result is a project that reflects a green valley with a stream flowing through it, perfectly harmonizing with the surrounding nature.

Green Valley. Osiedle
mieszkaniowe na terenach podmiejskich

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number of votes: 32


RAILROAD TO THE BETTER LIVING

proj.: Nikola Czech, Katarzyna Smagacz
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology

[author's description fragement]

The project is a link between a tiny house building and a global problem. A proposal for a bridge created from tiny house objects in the heart of the city - over the railroad tracks. Although the square meterage of the apartments is 25 square meters, the project provides for comfortable use by people with limited mobility. The solutions also ensure comfortable functioning for two people.

RAILROAD TO THE BETTER LIVING. Tiny house jako most nad torami szynowymi pociągów 30

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number of votes: 703

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PATODEVELOPER

proj.: Klaudia Elsner
Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

PEOPLE! What are you guys doing? Are you building houses in the suburbs? Cutting down hectares of forest for sprawling housing estates? And yet you consider this a sustainable approach? Even the best-planned estate or any passive palace located in an honest field is no good. Do the residents of these estates actually know each other? Is there a genius loci, or spirit of place there?

PATODEWELOPERKA

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number of votes: 184

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Sharing potential - family cooperative building

proj.: Alicja Głowacka
Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

The starting point of the following project was an analysis of the housing situation in contemporary Poland. Growing social and environmental awareness is questioning the current housing policy. Developer investments dominate the market offer of Polish cities. The most popular alternative is to build a private home, but this is often associated with transportation exclusion and high infrastructure costs. It is also controversial due to environmental impact and resource management.

Potencjał współdzielenia – budynek kooperatywy rodzinnej

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number of votes: 21

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ENDA estate - cohousing for singles.

designed by: Gabriela Gustaw
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

According to a CSO report, in 2030, one in three households will be single-person households, and they will mainly be made up of people aged 65+ and young people just starting their careers. The single-family house project "ENDA" developed by me responds to the related problem of loneliness, especially highlighted in the pandemic reality.

Osiedle
ENDA – cohousing dla singli

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number of votes: 37

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Minnes Farm Wakefield. Environmentally friendly residential architecture

proj.: Artur Jőrgen, Alicja Lorenc, Paula Misiak
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The purpose of the work of the team of architecture students from the Wroclaw University of Technology, consisting of: Artur Jőrgen, Alicja Lorenc and Paula Misiak, was to create an environmentally friendly housing estate consisting of various types of houses. The students also included spaces for the housing estate community and special houses for rent.

Minnes Farm
Wakefield. Architektura mieszkaniowa przyjazna środowisku

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number of votes: 642


Co-living California

proj.: Alicja Kowalewska, Renata Wacławowicz, Tomasz Węgrzyn
Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Technology.

[excerpt from author's description]

The subject of the competition work was to design a utopian, environmentally friendly housing development in the spirit of coliving for about 1,000 residents on a three-acre plot located in Cupertino, USA.

Co-living
California. Przyjazne środowisku osiedle mieszkaniowe

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number of votes: 36


House on Dębińska Street in Poznań

proj.: Paulina Otto
Faculty of Architecture, Poznan University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

Paulina Otto designed Dom na Dębińskiej in Poznań - a multi-family building, consisting of comfortable apartments with different areas and layouts adapted to the residents and their needs.

Dom
na Dębińskiej w Poznaniu

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number of votes: 85


Healthy multifamily house

proj.: Aleksandra Pytka
Faculty of Architecture, Gdansk University of Technology
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[excerpt from author's description]

The design of the healthy multifamily house is based on a holistic approach to life. It assumes that both man and the planet need the right balance for existence. In order to ensure the balance of soul and body, the house has additional functions in the utility program, so that residents have access to healthy food, sports, integration.

Zdrowy dom wielorodzinny

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number of votes: 33

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Urban Pill

proj.: Ada Wolarek, Michalina Zyga
Faculty of Architecture, Cracow University of Technology.

[excerpt from author's description]

Urban Pill is a project that is a comprehensive response to the needs of the modern urban community. It is a "prescription" for the diseases facing the city. The subject of the study is a multi-family residential building located in Krakow at Osiedle Bohaterów Września street.

Urban Pill.
ZDROWE MIASTO = ZDROWY DOM

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number of votes: 137

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INGARDEN

proj.: Adam Zbroinski
Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology

[excerpt from author's description]

The project includes concepts for a communal, multi-family residential building in Kamienna Góra, located at 25 Wojska Polskiego Ave. The idea of the project is a building that draws inspiration from the surrounding wooden architecture of the Sudetenland, taking into account building in a low-cost and sustainable way, as well as providing residents with openness and proximity to nature.

INGARDEN – komunalny, wielorodzinny budynek mieszkalny z drewna

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number of votes: 169




* It is allowed to cast only one vote for one work (one in each category) participating in the voting for the Audience Award. The system allows multiple votes from the same IP to allow voting by multiple people from the same network, e.g. academic, architectural studio, etc. The allowed number of votes from one IP is 11. If more votes are cast by one person (by clearing cookies, changing IP locations, browser and session footprints, or using bots), it will result in the invalidation of such votes.

NOTE: The system counts all votes. At the end of voting, all votes for each work will be checked for violations of the rules and invalidated if they violated these rules. The correct number of votes cast will be made public after checking the server logs when the voting results are published.

RESULTS OF THE HEALTHY HOME COMPETITION


Results of voting in the category of SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSE


Results of voting in the MULTIFAMILY HOUSE category


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