“Projekt Łazienki 2022” – we know the winners of the 24th edition of the competition [galeria nagrodzonych projektów]

The competition “Projekt Łazienki 2022” for students and architects has just ended. The official end of the competition, partnered with the Museum of the Palace of King John III in Wilanów and the announcement of the jury verdict, took place yesterday at the Wilanów residence.

Competition “Łazienki Design 2022”

This year’s assignment, the 24th edition of the competition “Łazienki project 2022”, organized by Geberit, was to design the eastern pavilion with the function of a public toilet, located in the northern part of the royal gardens of the Museum of the Palace of King John III in Wilanów, next to the Orangery.

101 projects were submitted for the competition, which were assessed by the jury consisting of: prof. dr hab. eng. arch. Ewa Kuryłowicz – Kuryłowicz & Associates. laureate of the honorary prize of SARP 2021, laureate of the special prize for lifelong activity in the field of architecture of the PTPW website (2018), gold badge of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) (2017), titular professor in the department of Design and Theory of Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology: arch. Robert Konieczny – KWK Promes; Arch Magdalena Federowicz-Boule – president of the Tremend studio; Paweł Jaskanis – director of the museum of the palace of King John III in Wilanów; Marta Gutweter – architect of the museum of the palace of King John III in Wilanów; dr hab. Barbara Kowalewska – Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Museum of the Palace of King John III in Wilanów; dr hab. Ewa Zaraś-Januszkiewicz – University of Life Sciences of Warsaw, Department of Environmental Protection and Dendrology; Agnieszka Kalinowska-Sołtys – APA Wojciechowski Architekci; Arch Miroslaw Nizio – Nizio Design International; Marta Sękulska-Wrońska – partner in the WXCA studio, president of OW SARP; Arch. Marcin Gierbienis – laureate of the circle competition “Projekt Łazienki 2021” and Przemysław Powalacz – chairman of the board of directors of Geberit.

The results were announced on June 13, 2022, during the end of the competition, which took place in the Kitchen Annex, in the Wilanów residence of King John III.

Grand Prix of the KOŁO Competition “Łazienki Design 2022”

Grand Prix of the KOŁO Competition “Łazienki Design 2022” and a special award for the best designed public toilet in accordance with the principles of universal design was received by the project “SUBTILITAS” by Dominik Pierzchlewicz, Kuba Zajusz and Tomasz Bachórz† According to the jury, the work is distinguished by a good integration in the context of the historical environment, with respect for the values ​​of the historic Orangery. The newly designed pavilion deviates from the historic building and at the same time forms a visually connecting element with the existing greenhouses. The Orangery wall attached to the pavilion foyer can provide an impressive backdrop for the exhibition of sculptures. A positive element of the solution is the location of the entire application program on the ground floor. The toilet block is legible, the placement of adapted toilets for people with disabilities is clear and equal. Access to sanitary facilities provides the desired intimacy. The decision to neutralize the glass volume using sliding curtains is simple and at the same time offers many economical alternatives, both for architectural and technical reasons. The jury noted that the minimalist architecture of the pavilion requires the development of architectural, technical and constructive solutions of the highest quality and class. The jury also awarded this solution with a special prize in the field of universal design. This award recognizes easy access to a correctly positioned and untethered cabin, the details of which require only minor changes.

awards

The 1st degree award and a special award for designing in the spirit of sustainable development and the use of renewable and environmentally friendly materials, the use of renewable energy sources, designing solutions aimed at changing the non-ecological behavior of residents and tourists , went to Krzysztof Krakówko for the concept of “WKOŁO Pavilion”. The 2nd degree award was awarded to Adrianna Barłóg, Stanisław Borys, Witold Budzyński, Antoni Figiel, Mateusz Dziuba and Agnieszka Gajewska for the project “Garden of the Hesperides – Project of the Eastern Pavilion of King Jan III’s Orangery in Wilanów”. Three projects received equal 3rd degree awards. The first of them, “NOWE KOŁO OLEGO”, whose authors are: Izabela Maciejewska-Gałaś, Izabela Osiak and Karolina Wilgucka-Burzyńska, was awarded for its very good fit in the context of adjacent park layouts and classical buildings. The second, third degree, equal distinction was awarded to: Malwina Bednarz and Ruben Mejias Garcia for the project “XXI • GALLERY OF NATURE”. The third, third degree, equal award and a special prize for the best designed bathroom interior went to: Jakub Wichtowski, Magdalena Burdajewicz, Marta Drgas, Mikołaj Gruszczyński and Jan Zieliński for the concept of the “Orangery Pavilion”.
Internet users also had the chance to choose the best project – the most votes were given to the project “KOŁO OGRODÓW”, the authors of which are Maria Hofman, Alicja Sutkowska, Mikołaj Szewko and Katarzyna Karczewska.

Congratulations to the winners on their success!

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