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We are pleased to present the winners of Stage 1 of the in the categories Young Power, Everyday Design, Unlimited Architecture and the special category CultureFORM.

The submissions were evaluated by an international jury consisting of:

Allan Starski, Poland – Chairman of the jury, Stage designer for film and theater, Academy Award winner
Martin Duplantier, France – President of the French architectural council “Archietcture et Maitrise d’Ouvrage”
Małgorzata Szczepańska, Poland – Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director of Elle Decoration magazine
Melike Altınışık, Turkey – Architect Founder and Principal Designer at Melike Altınışık Architects – MAA
Tomasz Smus, Poland -Architect of Tubądzin Group

The winners receive attractive prizes and finalist status. During the final, their projects and realizations will compete for the Grand PRIX in 4 categories.

 

We present the list of award-winners, below the winning entries.

Young Power category:

1st place: Luan Fontes, Portugal
2nd place: Juan Ramirez, Colombia
3rd place: Szymon Ciepły, Poland

Everyday category:

1st place: Elena Maksimchuk, Ukraine (co-author: Dima Shuripa)
2nd place: Maksymilian Sejud, Poland
3rd place: Anna Zygmunt, Poland

Works receiving an honourable mention from the organiser in Everyday category:

Bozhidar Ivanov, Bulgaria
Diana Crestian, Moldova
Cholpon Omurakunova, Kyrgyzstan

Unlimited Architecture category:

1st place: Yulya Podolets, Ukraine (co-authors: Volodymyr Balandukh, Vitaliy Lytvyn, Kateryna Kubai)
2nd place: Klaudia Gołaszewska, Poland (co-authors: Michał Hondo, Marek Grodzicki, Kinga Grzybowska
3rd place: Artur Bordeianu, Moldova (co-authors: Olga Bordeianu, Vasea Versteac)

CultureFORM category: 

Read more about the winning projects in the special category here.

Winner of Stage 1 in CultureFORM category:  Ziba Azar (Iran)
Honorable mention: Tristan Kelly and co-author Liang  Shang (United Kingdom)
Honorable mention: Kamila Warda (Poland)

CONGRATULATIONS!

The is underway! Unleash your creative potential and submit your designs! Find out about prizes and rules on the competition website: www.tubadzin.pl/design/en

The winning projects:

Young Power category:

1st place: Luan Fontes, Portugal

The place chosen for the implantation was the Frades Island, in the northern area of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Located in the literal southeast of the state, in a slightly dense region, just 11 km far from the city center. The project land is characterized by the combination of landscape formed by plains and an intense and preserved afforestation that configure the bucolic climate, having as principal view the Presidente Costa e Silva Bridge which connects Rio de Janeiro to Niterói. Having as object of study existing projects of local relocation, as well as the learning resulting from the experience of the residents, the project aims thinking the island from the limits that define it, whether physical-tangible or social, assuming a critical reading about the role that they play in these resident’s lives and the impact of the residences and the dance school. The project was thought during 6 months, with an estimated execution of 4 months. In it, I proposed the insertion of 42 containers of 20 foot treated with thermal insulation, totaling a space built of 620 m to meet two needs: a dance school that previously operated in spaces adjacent to the church and three emergency social housing, which would serve as temporary shelter for the residents, always having on mind the necessity of a fast and accessible construction, with materials of easy insertion on the local.

2nd place: Juan Ramirez, Colombia

3rd place: Szymon Ciepły, Poland

Everyday category:

1st place: Elena Maksimchuk, Ukraine (co-author: Dima Shuripa)

of a two-storey flat in Warsaw for a young, energetic man. The basis was minimalism, natural shades and materials. The architects chose the Pulpis Monolith-Grey collection in satin finish. The large format of the ceramic tiles on the floor allowed for a uniform surface effect with minimal divisions.

2nd place: Maksymilian Sejud, Poland

3rd place: Anna Zygmunt, Poland

Works receiving an honourable mention from the organiser in Everyday category:

Bozhidar Ivanov, Bulgaria

Diana Crestian, Moldavia

Cholpon Omurakunova, Kyrgyzstan

Unlimited Architecture category:

1st place: Yulya Podolets, Ukraina (co-authors: Volodymyr Balandukh, Vitaliy Lytvyn, Kateryna Kubai)

The project is a conversion of a family home from the First World War. The building has been adapted to modern requirements – it has been insulated to increase the energy efficiency factor, a new ventilated façade has been designed, and a domestic solar panel has been connected. The project makes use of state-of-the-art technologies that coherently correspond with the historic character of the over 100-year-old building The ventilated façade was decorated with tiles from the Tubądzin Industrio collection.

2nd place: Klaudia Gołaszewska, Poland (co-authors: Michał Hondo, Marek Grodzicki, Kinga Grzybowska)

3rd place: Artur Bordeianu, Republika Mołdawii  (co-authors: Olga Bordeianu, Vasea Versteac)

CultureFORM category: 

See the results and project descriptions in this article.

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