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Introducing art to both public and private spaces is a way to educate society, as well as the multi-directional development of people through contact with culture. It is an opportunity to bring works to life through interaction with the audience.

In the special category CultureFORM, architects, designers and artists have the opportunity to present their concepts inspired by the culture of space.

We present to you projects submitted to the 1st stage of the Tubądzin Awards’22 competition, the main topics of which are today important issues such as recreation, recycling, empathy, quality or relationships – those between people, but also between the past and present, relating to heritage cultural and history.

"Quality Education"

Author: Ghazaleh Davari, Iran

Co-authors: Amir Hossein Davari Ghezelhessar, Amir Kafshdar Goharian

How to define quality? The more precisely we can identify the community for which we intend to create, and then manage to meet its needs, the greater the chance we have to provide its products and services to their expectations. Then such products or services will be of high quality from the customer’s point of view.

Creating the concept of this project, we focused on:

  • Quality, manifested in the right way to meet the needs of recipients
  • Goal setting – continuous, the goal towards improvement – quality planning in the long term

The proposed project is a place to photograph, and also to read the words of successful people written on the stairs.

The horizontal and vertical textures used can also be used for hanging children’s handicrafts and organizing temporary exhibitions. The facility has an exhibition and educational function.

"The fountain in the center of Poznań"

Author: Marta Błaszczyk, Poland

The assumption of the project is the development of the plot at Kościuszki Street in Poznań. Through the locations – the city center – the idea was born to create a fountain as a rest and recreation area. The entire project is made of Tubądzin tiles. The place is to encourage the residents of Poznań and tourists to rest in the city center, which can also be pleasant and relaxing. There is a large green zone around the fountain. Thanks to its form, space also encourages integration. The stairs leading to the center of the fountain are directed toward each other, and the is friendly to families with children thanks to the water’s diversity.

"WIN – Chair"

Author: Hossein Mohammadpour, Iran

The Win – Chair is an ecological children’s chair, the idea of which is based on the recycling of plastic waste from oceans and rivers. This chair in a variety of colours, with attractive, renewable, flexible and cheap materials, tries to create a close and intimate relationship between children and the furniture. The Win – Chair is designed to teach children to modify their consumption patterns to highlight the consequences of inappropriate use of non-renewable resources. The high chair, as a friend of children, is to revive the culture of using recycled plastic materials that pollute nature. “Win” is a green friend of nature and children as the next generation.

"Gaudi's Chair"

Author: Oskar Szlapa, Poland

In my chair design, I combined three different materials to obtain the effect of a high-quality product through its nobility. Inspired by tenement houses, I decided to reproduce their parabolic arches with copper wire, organic and geometric shapes and fantastic combinations of materials. Intricate flowing lines connect the elements of the seat and armrests. To get a unique accent, I decided to use ceramics from the Tubądzin Creation Maciej Zień collection – Amber Vein, 598×1198, polished for the round shape of the armrest. The porcelain stoneware perfectly corresponds to the chair’s structure and creates a coherent character through contrasts of colours and a graphic appearance.

"Asymmetrical minimalism"

Author: Oskar Szlapa, Poland

The minimalism of the shapes and colours of the furniture creates the effect of an elegant complement to the interior with an asymmetrical table top. In its assumption, it presents three colour variants of the table. The whole structure is based on three straight legs. In the finish, I used highly polished stainless steel. However, in the main element of the design, in the shape of the table structure, I used gres tiles from the Tubądzin collection by Maciej Zień – Amber Vein and Gray Pulpis. By proposing such a combination, I created a table for unusual interiors, in which we can find beautiful colour contrasts. This combination is highly unique due to its subtlety and simplicity. The connection of the plates with each other is planned so that they are consistent with the entire project, thanks to their graphic elements and structure.

"A bite of anomaly"

Author: Yanru Chen, Germany

A bite of anomaly is a project on the empathic experience of eating disorders. The work aims to create an environment that promotes empathy. I wanted to challenge the traditional way we eat food, but at the same time complicate the eating process in the form of a play that encourages reflection and empathy: everyone knows the eating process is enjoyable, but most of us have no doubts that there are people who can’t do anything to do with this process. People with mental or physical eating disorders deserve our attention, care, understanding and support. By being able to experience a dysfunctional daily eating process, the deviant behaviour of people with eating disorders is understandable and can be gradually put back on track, as the name “A Bite of Anomaly” suggests.

The main theme of the special category CultureFORM in the 4th edition of the Tubądzin Awards ’22 is culture. It is an invitation of architects, designers and designers to raise the subject of building and rebuilding space with a view to the creative process and experiencing the culture. Culture needs a place. We are immersed in it and it forms us. Learn the rules on the website and submit your project!

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