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Polish architects about the inclusive common space

autor: Agata Koziej

In 2015 and 2016 Development Policy Foundation implements a 2-year project “Genuine common space: interventions of young Polish architects for inclusive culture” in Georgia, with financial support of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

The project is implemented under the the programme "Promotion of Polish culture abroad 2016" together with Georgian partners: Temi Community and Departament of Architecture in Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi.

Amongs our partners we also have the best young architectural studios: +48, Maciej Siuda, Budcud, Kamil Kwietowicz, Karol Żurawski, awarded with several Polish and international prizes. They will share their experience and philosophy of design.

The project promotes Polish architectural concepts and formula engaging citizens in discussions on the availability and quality of the space, but it’s a pretext to discuss the quality of public space, and the accessibility and adaptation to the needs of children, elders and people with desabilities in Georgia.

We will organize architectural workshops for Georgian students "Soeas+y / Young European design" tackling the issue of social inclusion and the promotion of cultural participation of people with desabilities. Lecturers together with the participants will propose and implement intervention in the public space of Gremi. Its beneficiaries will be those excluded from participation in culture: the elderly, children, people with disabilities.

For summarising the workshops and realised intervention, an open debate will be organized at the Georgian Technical University in Tbilisi. During the conference, young Polish architects will present their “philosophy of work”  within the context of creation of inclusive space and the best projects fitting to this model.

You will find more information about the project implementation here: About the project:

More about our parnters:

+48 Grupa Projektowa/ +48 Design Group

Young design team formed by three architects:

Karol Szparkowski, Agata Filipek and Kamil Miklaszewski graduates of the Faculty of Architecture PW. The team has been operating since 2008. The group is winner of the numerous architectural competitions and individual exhibitions in the Museum of Architecture of Wroclaw; is qualified as one of 16 most interesting Polish design studios within the project „Awangarda Jutra” implemented by the Lodz Center for Architecture and Design. They pay particular attention in their works to the individual aspects of public space, the individual needs of the consumers forming the general character of the towns and villages. They believe that public space is a particular expression of the needs and aspirations of the local community.

The authors of the following projects.: Design of the Wooden Chunk House awarded in  20 + 10 + X Architecture Awards 6th Cycle Award; renewal project pl of Three Crosses in Warsaw, honorable mention in the competition; Pope John Paul II School project  in Jacmel, Haiti (2nd prize in the competition organized by the Chamber of Architects. 2012); project of Szczytno-Szymany Airport Terminal (III prize. 2013); the reconstruction project of Świdnicka and Kazimierz Wlk streets’ crossroad in Wroclaw (honorable mention. 2011); the reconstruction project of the synagogue in Bialystok on the request of the City Hall (honorable mention. 2014). The architects participated in the projects realized in Eastern Partnership countries and the countries receiving development aid (UKR, GEO, BY, Tajikistan). +48 is permanently cooperationg with Development Policy Foundation.

Maciej Siuda

Maciej Siuda, an architect, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Wroclaw University of Technology. His diploma, XYZ STRUCTURE, was presented, among the other places, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. He is a finalist of the international competition Archiprix; was awarded with the honorable mention in the competition EEAA: Present in Romania, nomination for the best Diploma of the year for the Zbyszek Zawistowski national award presented by SARP and the honorary mention in a national competition BETON. In 2005-2007 he was a scholarship holder of Facultad de Arquitectura Politécnica de Valencia and the SQ Arquitectos studio (Valencia). In 2008-2011, he was an architect for the design studios such as PO2 Arquitectos (Madrid), Sou Fujimoto Architects (Tokyo) and Grupo Aranea (Alicante).

He is a co-founder of the international architectural workshops IWAU and the concept author of the experimental laboratory workshop Balon. He teaches at the School of Form and Kielce University of Technology and permanently cooperates and does experiments jointly with Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez. Since 2012, Siuda has been developing own project activities. His studio was selected among the 16 most interesting young architectural studios in Poland as part of the exhibition „Awangarda Jutra” realized by the Center for Architecture and Design in Lodz. Together with Rodrigo García was selected as one of the 12 best young Spanish-speaking studios in the Freshlatino2 exhibition.

The architect and designer with rich didactical experience, also conducts university and public consultations. He is awarded in the international competitions including: Holcim Awards Acknowledgement for the environmentally friendly architecture (school for Haiti). He created Devebere - design a temporary pavilion for the French Institute of Architecture, which was presented at the start of Venice Architecture Biennale. At the same time he carries out projects in Poland, Spain, Italy and the United States.

Studio Bud Cud

BudCud is a practice of creating projects in the fields of architecture and urban planning. The studio operates since 2010, led by Matthew Adamczyk (1981) and Agata Woźniczka (1986).

BudCud has won many competitions in the fields of architecture and urbanism incl: prestigious international competition Europan (E9 Warsaw, 1st place and E11 Leeuwarden, honorary mention) and the Schindler Award for Architecture, Access for All. The studio has won first place in an international competition for the Urban Renewal Strategy of Voronezh reservoir in Russia and the design of “European Garden” for the China (Wuhan) received the award at the International Garden Expo (Garden EXPO).

Among other awards are: MBA International Biennale of Architecture Cracow 2015, competitions for projects realized "Human Dimension to Urban Space", Krakow, PL honorary award, 2015 COMPETITION FOR THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY  of  post exPO areas – SHANGHAI EXPO AREA MASTER PLAN 2010, "Shanghai: Making urbanity through passages in the reappropriated expo site ", SHANGHAI, CN finalist, 2014 COMPETITION FOR THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT – MASTER PLAN FOR RECREATIONAL AREA OF BILCZA, BILCZA, PL award

BudCud has participated in the workshops as tutors (OSSA, Mood for Wood) and consultants of international projects (Wine Park in Telavi, Georgia). They belong to the platform of New Generations, gathering together the most progressive young architectural studios.

Their project to transform the former industrial areas of Warsaw - Wola – is winner of the 9th edition of the Europan competition (2008). Together with the offices of WWAA, MOKO, KAPS and the Headquarters, are united in the fight for the Metropolitan public space, designed the Centre for the City Sports and the sports square in Bemowo (in progress). BudCud currently is working on the concept of renovation of Millennium Park in Zielona Gora and the strategy of recreational use of one of the reservoirs of drinking water near Cracow.  

In ms2 in Lodz BudCud created an interactive environment of the exhibition "Come, we will show you what we do," which experienced the relationship between visitor and the exhibition space.

Marcin Kwietowicz

Marcin Kwietowicz, a designer, besides the main, commercial trend works in the various art fields. In addition to the interior of Galilu Olfactory Perfumery in Warsaw and Poznan he is a co-author of the lobby of the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art (together with W. Kotecki and A. Salamon) and the Institute of Vanguard –Edward Krasinski studio on the roof of a block at the avenue Solidarity in Warsaw (with BAR Architects, Rotterdam) and the Art House/Studio in Warsaw (P. Brzoza), which was awarded in the 8th edition of the competition 20 + 10 + X WA Awards. He is an author of exhibitions, (i.a., of the Polish pavilion in the Art Biennale in Venice. 2005) and film (Artur Żmijewski"s „Repetition”), and theatre (Ivan Vyrypaev"s July) scenography.  His projects were published in the Wallpaper Magazine, Architecture - Murator, Architecture & Business, as well as at the web portals (,


The venue of the workshops will be the area of Temi Community for disabled and socially excluded in the village of Gremi, municipality of Kvareli (Kakheti). Temi is a community of excluded people - serves as an orphanage, care center for the mentally disabled, single mothers, the elderly and the homeless, conducted since 1990. The community is expanding its activities in the social enterprise model - producing and selling natural products from the region and organic wine kvevri, working in support of integration, social inclusion and improving the living conditions of community members. Since 2015 Temi also runs a seasonal restaurant and bike trails.

Department of Architecture, Georgian Technical University

The recruitment of participants for the workshops is carried on the Georgian Technical University website -