Data: 26 de janeiro de 2019
26 de janeiro de 2019
On January 26, the second edition of the One Day Design Challenge was held in Poland within the 4DesignDays. This year, a record was broken in the number of participants with more than 150.
For this occasion, the challenge was to design a restroom for a store. The proposal had to take into account that the dimension of a store can vary, and the proposal should contribute to the experience of the customers in the store!
Designed by Wioleta Petynia and Aryna Muha, "Mobi Egg " was the first prize winning proposal. The project consists on an oval shape restroom that can match all kinds of interiors. "Shelf Box" designed by Patrycja Pokrzywa and Paulina Olszowy was the winner of the second prize. The jury highlighted that the idea is an innovative combination of two different functions in one place: the toilet and the sales process with the integration of good’s display in the toilet construction. The third prize was for Agnieszka Kornaś and Aleksandra Oleniacz for “Flex System”, a modular system that can be used depending on the needs and spatial possibilities. And the We Are Water Foundation prize was for Aleksandra Hajdon and Emila Migas for their project “Aware”, because of its special focus on sustainability.
The jury was made up of Agnieszka Kaczmarska, president of Polish Architects Association in Katowice (SARP in Katowice); Jerzy Wuttke, author of many projects with a specialization in design, interior design, the art of exhibition and also educational programs; Krzysztof Chróścielewski, head of the department of new product development in Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź.; Robert Konieczny, a leader and a founder of KWK Promes architecture studio; and Joanna Dec-Galuk, Product and Marketing department Manager at Roca Poland.
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Agnieszka Kaczmarska is graduate of the University of Technology in Białystok, with Master's Degree gained in architecture and city planning in 1997. In 2001, she gained qualifications in architecture; since 2002 is a member of Silesian Chamber Of Architects (Śląska Okręgowa Izba Architektów). Since 2005 member of Polish Architects Association in Katowice (SARP in Katowice).
Now Agnieszka is President of Polish Architects Association in Katowice (SARP in Katowice). Member of city planning and architectural board of voivodeship and an advisory board of architectural department. She is the owner of the company Arsis Atelier in Katowice with specialization of the revitalization of industrial architecture.
A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts (ASP) in Krakow, Faculty of Industrial Design. Degree with distinction at the Design Methodology Department in 1969, Jerzy Wuttke is the author of many projects with a specialization in design, interior design, the art of exhibition and also educational programs.
He participated in the “Product Semantics” Conference in Helsinki, Finland, 1989 and the World Congress “Quo vadis design” in Essen, Germany, 1992. Jerzy was the president of the Scientific Board of the Institute of Industrial Design.
As an academic teacher at the Katowice Branch of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, he initiated policy works which resulted in creating the Design Field at the ASP. Currently, he is Head of the graduation Product Design Studio of the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice.
Designer of industrial forms and academic teacher in Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź for 26 years. Head of the department of new product development in Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź. Krzysztof Chróścielewski is the author of many projects of visual communication systems, packaging, interiors, exhibition and fairs stands, popular graphics. Developed products on the international market: Delta, Steca, ETA, Lincoln Electric, Behr, Hansa, Gram, Kaiser. Key clients are Amica, Zelmer, Niewiadów, Cersanit, Łucznik, Bester, Konex, Recalart, Elcamp, Common, Dytrych, Bumera, Sanit-Plast. Key clients of visual systems: World Traditional Karate-Do Federation, Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Polski Związek Karate Tradycyjnego, Dojo Stara Wieś. Since 2008 cooperates with Industrial Institute of Design in Warsaw carrying out design workshops on Total Design Management studies and implementing many other programs.
An architect, graduate of Architecture at Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice. In 1996 he received the certificate of New Jersey Institute of Technology. A leader and a founder of KWK Promes architecture studio established in 1999.
In 2016 project - National Museum – Dialogue Centre Przełomy in Szczecin was found World Building of the Year 2016 in the international competition World Architecture Festival. Also, in 2016 the same project was announced to be The Best Public Space in Europe by Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona in the competition European Prize for Urban Public Space.
The latest award for architect is the title of the Best New Private House in worldwide competition Wallpaper Design Awards 2017 for the Konieczny's Ark. Konieczny was ten times nominee of the European Award of Mies van der Rohe Foundation. He is a holder of the award for the House of the Year 2006, winning with the Aatrial House as the best housing project in a competition organized by World Architecture News.
In 2007 the KWK Promes office was listed among 44 best young architects of the world published by 'Scalae'. The year 2008 brought him prize of The European Center for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum for Europe's Emerging Young Architects 'Europe 40 under 40'.
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.