TECHNOLOGY PARK OPOLE COMPETITION 2012

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The complex grows in stages forming the meander. Because of low budget the pavilions are as simple as typical industrial buildings. It allows to take advantage of the huge suburban site and make it recreational ground for the office workers.

Authors: +48 Wroclaw (Szymon Brzezowski, Natalia Rowinska), VROA (Agnieszka Halas, Lukasz Wojciechowski)

BRESLAU WERKBUND EXHIBITION AREA RENOVATION 2ND PRIZE 2011

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The project consists of minimal intervention within historical housing exhibition grounds by Werkbund. Renovation includes arrangement of greenery and traffic. The graphic identification concept is based on Modern Style qualities. 

Authors:  VROA (Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojcechowski, Agnieszka Halas) i CH+ architekci (Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Wojtek Chrzanowski, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski, Mikolaj Smolenski)

Culture Center Wroclaw Competition shortlisted 2013

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The existing antiaircraft shelter is preserved with its original internal structure. The upper volume containing multipurpose hall represents the space between 1m thick walls. The glassed room between are dedicated for club and café.

Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski, Agnieszka Halas, Pawel Floryn)

PIRITA TOP AS A BRIDGE TALLINN STUDY 2013

grid of pathlandscape unfolding from the buildinggrid reaches the seaaerial view
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A bridge without infrastructure is useless. Pirita Top built in 1980 is the closed bridge. Outer platforms on the roof are fenced today. The project focuses on connecting them by ramps with proposed urban landscape. The new dynamic grid is recreational but can also become the basis of new urban developent in the area. 

Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski, Agnieszka Halas, Pawel Floryn)

primary school and kindergarten wroclaw competition 3rd prize 2014

school entrance view1st floor viewkindergarten entrancebackyard gardenssite planground floor plan1st floor plan
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The goal was to distribute the huge program of the school for 700 pupils on two floors and locate the kindergarten on the ground level. 3 blocks articulated in the building are dedicated to the 1-3 classes, 3-6 and sports hall. Because the project resembles the 1950's schools the op-art style mosaic was added.

Authors: CH+ (Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski, Aleksander Chamielec), VROA (Marta Mnich, Lukasz Wojciechowski) oraz Mikołaj Smolenski i Wika Sokalska.

Arsenal Gallery in Bialystok competition 2012 honorable mention

platform over the canalcafe in the powerplant hallthe platform and the balcony the platformmain entrance from the platformopen spaces around the hanged boxlongitudinal sectioncross section
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The wide stairs take visitors from the busy street to the silent public platform hanged over small canal. The main entrance with all the services is located here on the ground level. Another open stairs take you up to the postindustrial hall in the middle of which the hermetic box containing art is hanged. Manipulating the program and joining different functions allowed to receive simple and clear layout of th gallery.

Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Agnieszka Halas, Lukasz Wojciechowski) + Natalia Rowinska, Joanna Major, Pawel Major + Andreas Wolf (PWBaukunst)

Housing block in Wroclaw competition 2013

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The South orientaion of the flats in this economic house was the key to make the louvres of the balconies' balustrades. 

Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Agnieszka Halas, Lukasz Wojciechowski) CH+ (Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Grzegorz Kaczmarowski)

E11 Amsterdam competition 2012

row houses between existing officesbalanced parking areas and courtyardslocal streetpedestrian routes and inspired multifunctionality possible social activities and neighbor cooperations
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Existing site is monofunctional office zone. New row houses are snakes manouvering between office buildings. Thus the balanced redevelopement of the site is possible. 

Authors: VROA (Juile Milovanovic, Lukasz Wojciechowski)

OFFICE OPOLE HONORABLE MENTION IN INVITED COMPETITION 2011

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The stripes defining floors run between two existing buildings joining them in the loop. The open space unique quality is achieved with low 1,1m height windows – the solution is about to protect the interior from south light and not close views to the surrounding landscape. The glass stripes continue as balustrades for open-air terraces on each floor.

Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Julie Milovanovic, Lukasz Wojciechowski)

LOTTO KIOSK COMPETITION 2011

easy to leash a dog or a bikeexisting kiosks in kiosks with doors always opensummer - winter
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The project for series of kiosks for lottery is a simple improvement of existing situation. It is divided into closed and public part. The latter - which is not heated – has a domestic quality which may inspire meetings. In spite of competition challenge for outstanding form, the project is more about the new way of operating for this kiosk in kiosk.

Authors: VROA (Marta Mnich, Magda Szwajcowska, Julie Milovanovic, Lukasz Wojciechowski)