Human Space Architecture
Marta Anna Zaremba PORTFOLIO
"Witapark"- Master thesis
The role of “Witapark” is to promote healthy lifestyle, by encouraging physical activity and integrating various social groups. The parcel remains mostly unbuilt, it is planned to equip the park with instruments for active recreation, sports field and playground. Besides, in this design there has been particularly taken into consideration the issue of human space perception.
The shape of field creates “open interiors”, which prevent the agoraphobia. Equipments dedicated to
a various age groups have been planned to create opportunity for integration and exercise between each other an “informal safety control”.
The designed spaces should enable inducement to conscious choice of healthier lifestyle. The task of
a place is to encourage, stimulate and create safety feeling and integration conditions. New-created forms are supplement of this need for living space.
Guided by Dr inż. arch. Andrzej Konieczny
Housing estate in Haan
A conceptual projects of a housing estate, that enables good contact with nature and healthy, good relations in the community. The most important was the proportion between private, half- private and social space. Designed elements enable identification with the surroundings and safety feeling.
Temwork with Alicja Puzio and Ewgeni Schulz
Guided by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tanja Siems and Dipl.-Ing. Georg Taxhet
The building is situated by the Düsseldorf railway station. The functional parts of the "sportpark" are connected with a inner spiral ramp, that creates a huge meeting space in the heart of the building. Quasi elliptical shape of the park is a result of urban analysis and is associated with ancient Hippodrome. It reflects the dynamic of sport. Besides the location by the railway is also related to a fast movement.
Guided by Prof.-Vertr. Dr. Annette Paul
The most important conditioning was the location of parcel by the Odra river that creates the most important panoramas in the city centre. The irregular shape of the hostel is inspired by riverside line.
The "slices" of the building are combined with vertical cores- like a waterplants. Pile construction enabled to locate the building on flood endangered area and additionally left the major part of the parcel unbuilt.
There is planned to build a footbrigde that would connect the parcel with a main student capmus.
Apart from the student hostel there has been also planned additional functions such as conference centre, shops, spa centre, hotel and multifunctional rooms. Thanks to this combination the building will be fully exploited for the whole year and demand of Wrocław University of Technologies for conference centres will be fulfilled.
Guided by Dr inż. arch. Joanna Jabłońska
Concert hall "Taktonika"
A small parcel in city centre for such a building was the most challenging part of the project. Concert hall has a very simple, modest functional scheme, however, at the same time it must offer attractive meeting areas, foyers. The elevation is inspired by the works of Iannis Xenakis, who was searching for a translation of music into architecture. The facade elements have their individual music rythm.
Guided by Dr inż. arch. Paweł Kirschke
The conceptual object fills the missing part of street frontage. The main task was to design a friendly office work space. An individual construction is inspired by trees, which are the most optimal static elements "designed" by nature. At the same time shape of trees doses the natural light in the most optimal way.
Guided by Dr inż. arch. Marek Skorupski
Project of the outside pavilion for smokers. The form was inspired by the smoke cloud and the main purpose was to design an optimized construction, that also allows good functional spaces. The form is based on polynomials combined with splines. The structure is divided into a triangles and it builds a very stable and light construction.
Teamwork with Alexander LangGuided by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karl Schwalbenhofer
Car showroom nad workshop
Conceptual project situated in the south driveway to Wrocław. Form has been inspired by the movement of fast driving car. In order to achieve this effect in facade have been used glass and zinc-titanium sheet. Those materials should reflect the precision of the car body.
Guided by Dr inż. arch. Andrzej Bury
Millennium park in Wroclaw
The role of park is to promote ecological solutions in a attractive way. Idea is based on four elements: fire, water, wind and earth. Park buildings use the alternative energy sources and the equipments enable ecological eduacation by involving the users to participate in energy producing process and to experience the power of elements. The composition is based on paths, that lead the users through the elements and their direction emerges from natural existing axis.
Teamwork with Dorota Kałużna
Guided by Dr inż. arch. Maciej Stojak
Teamwork with Doris Fuławka and Anna Żebrowska-Kulczycka
The contest for elaboration the concept of the model upper lusatian half-timbered house
The idea is based on local historical building engineering. Building technologies are contemporary. Facade is inspired by nature (grass blades). This form should assure identification and emotional connection with the house and local tradition for inhabitants. Contemporary appearance can also create a cosy, warm space for living. Thus, the building fulfills conditions for present-day family.
The construction of the building is based on upper lusatian half-timbered house tradition. On the groundfloor in northern part is placed brick which is covered with
a mineral plaster. The southern part has a inner construction columns that carry the upper part of house (wooden frames construction). Oaken frame elements are visible in elevation, their arrangement is inspired by grass blades. Ceilings and roof are built in wooden construction.
Teamwork with Agnieszka Wolska
Cemetery chapel with crematorium in Koszalin
The project was also an engineering thesis. It contains the conception of a cemetery chapel expansion. A new form respects a historical building and its surrounding. Designed functions enable a dignified farewell in various religious rites.
Guided by Dr inż. arch. Stanisław Lose