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Poland 2020

Date: March 28 · 2020

March 28 · 2020

Introduction

 

Roca One Day Design Challenge returns to Poland with many great news! After having been held in Katowice in previous years, this third edition will take place in Warsaw.

On the 28th March, young designers and architects under the age of 30 will be challenged to design an innovative and original product related to the bathroom space in just one day.

Ready for this creative and fun event?

Where

Warsaw

Schedule

09:00 Registration (the last registration before 10:30)
09:30 Briefing. Presentation of Design topics 
12:00 Lunch 
14:00 Project submission 
16:00 Submission deadline 
16:00 Jury deliberation and cocktail party 
18:30 Results announcement
19:00 End of the event

Jury

Katarzyna Rzehak

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Katarzyna Rzehak

 Katarzyna Rzehak is a design critic and art historian by education and a trend forecaster by profession. For nine years, she has worked as the creative director at the Institute of Industrial Design (IWP), the oldest Polish institution involved in design issues. Katarzyna Rzehak is a lecturer at a postgraduate programme of study, Total Design Management, conducted by the IWP and the Warsaw University of Technology Business School. For eight years, she has been responsible for the management of the ‘Good Design’ competition, organized annually by the Institute of Industrial Design, which provides insight into the level of design on the Polish market, creating a unique database of 1500 companies and examining them, on the one hand, in terms of implemented products, and on the other hand, in terms of market needs and forecasts for individual industries.

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Marta Sękulska-Wrońska

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Marta Sękulska-Wrońska

President of (SARP) - Warsaw division of Association of Polish Architects, member of contest jury of SARP, member of Warsaw Chamber of Architects.

She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University. She has been a partner in the architectural office WXCA since 2010. Ready for challenges in the field of creating museums, theatres, hotels, offices and housing, she likes designing buildings in exceptional places with an influence on architecture. 

The WXCA team has received many national and international awards: I-st prize for the concept of the Polish Pavilion at the Dubai Expo’20, European Center of Geology Education in Checiny, Apartment building XYZ in Szczyrk or Office center in Wroclaw.

The architectural office WXCA received a nomination to the Mies Van Der Rohe award for the project of the European Center of Geology Education in Checiny.

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Michał Stefanowski

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Michał Stefanowski

Michał Stefanowski has an active design practice. As a professional, he is a member of the INNO+NPD design team. He has created designs for products, street furniture, packaging, wayfinding systems and visual communication. He is the co-author of the City Information System for Warsaw, the Information System for the Royal Castle in Warsaw and the visual identity of the National Bank of Poland, among others. He is the international relations representative of SPFP / the Association of Industrial Designers in Poland (2001-2010 President; 2010-2019 Vice-President) and has acted as Board Member of the BEDA / Bureau of European Design Associations (2010-2016). He is a professor and Head of the Design Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.

His other areas of activities are: writing articles, curating design exhibitions and judging design competitions, such as Good Design (Poland), National Design Award (Slovakia), BIO (Slovenia), Design Management Europe Award (Estonia), IF Award (Germany), among others.

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Oskar Zięta

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Oskar Zięta

 It is not new that Oskar Zięta is a man of many faces. Design and new technologies are areas that he delves into with extreme accuracy and enthusiasm. On the other hand, very few know that he is often torn by artistic passions that push him to create sophisticated sculptures that are often surprising, technological stories. Ideas that flourish in his head are often derived directly from nature. Wir, Nawa or Seahorse are just some of the examples that testify to Oskar Zięta's innovative approach to his own craftsmanship. He successfully created a bionic-artistic mixture that can captivate contemporary art consumers and intrigue successful engineers. He has created a style ahead of the era in which we live. He creates with respect for ecology, using the latest trends in science and technology. He does not lack a vision, undying ambition and a desire to change the world for the better.

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Joanna Dec-Galluk

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Joanna Dec-Galuk

Graduated from the University of Silesia, the Institute of the English Language and Translation Studies and Katowice School of Economics.  Since then, she has developed her professional carrier in the fields of Product, Marketing, and Communication. She has worked for a few multinational companies in interior design and construction sector. She joint Roca team as Product Manager in 2011; the same year she took over the Product and Marketing department.

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