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Success of Urban Management students

Izabela Jarmolińska, Denis Rybin, Zuzanna Romanowska and Berkay Ataseven won the 1st place in the competition of the Warta wharf development

Urban Management team consisting of the third-year students : Izabela Jarmolińska, Denis Rybin, Zuzanna Romanowska and Berkay Ataseven won the competition for the development of an architectural and urban concept of the Warta wharf in Czerwonak, covering the area adjoining to the Akwen Marine.

The jury awarded the first prize to our team and a pass to the second stage. CDV students competed with professional design teams. 22 applications were submitted to the competition.

Students presented an approach to the development of the wharf respecting the natural spatial, water and environmental conditions. The developed concept highlights the landscape values ​​and introduces new, invigorating functions integrating the Czerwonak municipality with the river. It combines the features of a recreational and leisure space with a place for organizing cultural events. The concept is divided into five functional zones (tourism, sports, cultural events, activities) surrounded by green areas. It takes advantage of the diversity of the territory, proposing to integrate a multifunctional facility that is the center of cultural events into its construction.

A formal meeting with the municipality authorities takes place in December, during which there is an official honoring the winners of the competition.

The jury considered that the awarded work best meets the competition conditions. The proposed solutions with a sense and knowledge of the place create new land development in order to revitalize it and increase its attractiveness. The adopted concept zones the space in a balanced way, appropriately dedicating places for individual functions. The natural character of the place, its shape and limitations, including legal limitations, have been accepted with great recognition, which makes the concept credible and optimal regardless of the pace of its implementation and financial constraints. The multivariate inspirations should be taken as successful (…).

Congratulations and we wish our students success!