PATCHWORK EXHIBITION DESIGN
The exhibition Patchwork. The Architecture by Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak took place in summer 2016 in the Museum of Architecture in Wroclaw. It was curated by Michal Duda and Malgorzata Devosges. The spatial concept was based on the huge drafting table. The visitors could meander within it thanks to paths not clearly visible at first glance.
Authors: Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski, Agnieszka Halas, Patryk Kusz
KOLLATAJA STREET 9-12
This unique building renovation has been designed under Architecture program of Wrocław 2016 Capital of Culture.
original design: Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak, Edmund Frackiewicz, Maria i Igor Tawryczewscy
renovation design: Marta Mnich, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski
BLOCK RENOVATION NEAR NANKIERA SQUERE
Elevations of the building complex of Nowy Targ were designed in a graphic manner. Monochromatic composition is limited to a play of plans - the white of window niches and loggias contrast with the grey of main surface of the building. Plans are also emphasized by varied depth of window location and simple decoration of black glass tiles. Ground floor surfaces are finished with pebble mozaic distinctive for a given period of time. Glass bricks in the entrance area have been restored and mail boxes have been added. Divisions of display window of newsagent's are based on original appearance of glazing occurring in the complex.
authors: Wlodzimierz Czerechowski, Ryszard Natusiewicz, Anna and Jerzy Tarnawski
authors of the renovation: Agnieszka Halas, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski, Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski
PRIMARY SCHOOL WITH KINDERGARTEN IN WROCLAW COMPETITION 1ST PRIZE 2014
Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski) & CH+ (Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski, Mikolaj Smolenski, Aleksander Chamielec)
Nowy Targ Square Fountain Competition 2014
The fountain consists of small fields of grass, glass boxes filled with water and seagrass - all framed by the raster continuation of the square geometry. It refers to the 1960s original architectural design of the place and to the pre war Neptune statue that stood here.
Authors: Karolina Freino, Marta Mnich, Agata Gabis, Aleksander Chamielec (images)
STREET ART MUSEUM PETERSBURG COMPETITION 2ND PLACE 2013
The industrial site for the Street Art Museum is very specific and our main goal is to preserve its unique quality. We have decided to protect the ruins in the state they are now. We find the old industrial buildings perfect environment for Street Art creations.The new architecture has been inserted into the old structure as white cubes containing new programs necessary to run the Museum: cafes, special exhibitions, offices, etc. The main entrance and the gate to the museum is the old pipeline converted into skywalk which can be used for various outdoor activities. We propose not to build a museum but rather to emphasize the charter of the site which already has its identity.
Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski, Pawel Floryn) & Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski, Aleksander Chamielec.
PLAC GRUNWALDZKI RENOVATION 2012
The renovation project of one of the most significant prefabricated housing estates in Poland is about to preserve the unique qualities oft he complex. The towers‘ facades are renovated according to the original concept but the pedestrian platform is enriched with new programes activating the streets around the perimeter.
Author (1968-78): Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak
Authors of the renovation: Marta Mnich, Marek Lamber, Natalia Rowińska, Łukasz Wojciechowski, Agnieszka Hałas; consulting: Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak, Andreas Wolf.
Contemporary Arts Museum Wroclaw project 2010 built 2011
LS Hochbunker renovation for Museum of Contemporary Arts is focused on preserving the unique structure of the 1942 nazi antiaircraft shelter by Richard Konwiarz. The claustrophobic atmosphere of the rounded corridor-like spaces is reduced by opening the rows of doors which were originally bricked up. Additional openings are made in exhibition spaces were part of the floor is removed. The roof is reserved for café in cylindrical glassed pavilion around the existing core.
Mies van der Rohe Award nominee 2013
First prize Friendly Public Space Dofa 2012
Mention in the Annual Prize by Polish Architects' Association 2011
First prize in Swiat Architektury competition (old and new category) - Polish Architecture 2011
Authors: VROA CH+ (Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski, Wojtek Chrzanowski, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski, Agata Kurto, Magda Szwajcowska, Karolina Wrzosowska)
convention center wroclaw competition 2007 built 2010
The Terrace Restaurant by Max Berg is the integral part of the Pergola designed by Hans Poelzig. The whole complex – together with monumental Centennial Hall – was built in 1913 as a part of Fairgrounds in Wroclaw. The restaurant was burnt at the end of WWII, and only the structure survived. The bulidng was remodeled for the Exhibition of Retaken Grounds – a communist propaganda fair, when it became the office and magazine facility. In 2009, after the competition judged by international jury, the new investment started in order to reintroduce the restaurant by the Pergola. The new program was added to create the biggest convention center in the region of Lower Silesia. The new volumes extending symmetrically to the East and West are the half of the size allowed in the competition brief. It was to preserve the unique views towards the Hall and neighboring Four Copulas Pavilion by Poelzig. The interior is open to the surroundings – the whole northern wall is glassed for breathtaking perspective to the pond. The new elements of spatial organization are hued in Pergola’s autumn ivy leaves’ color.
First prize Beuatiful Wroclaw 2011
Second prize Friendly Public Space Dofa 2011
Ecola Award 2010 nominee
Backstage Architecture 2012 - XIII Architecture Biennale in Venezia
Authors: VROA CH+ (Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski Wojtek Chrzanowski, Co-authors: Andrzej Chrzanowski, Julek Erdman, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski, Danuta Katarasinska, Agata Kurto, Natalia Rowinska, Sebastian Stanislawski)