Careful revitalization of a neo-gothic palace from the turn of the 19th and 20th century, respecting the garden layout and harmoniously adding an intimate apartment part, restores the historical urban fabric of Wrocław. In the recultivated internal park (approx. 1650m2) with a playground, the priority of old trees (hawthorns, English oak) was preserved. Subdued colors and stylish illumination (ecological LED systems) emphasize the historical, modernist context. The dominant character of the historic palace was highlighted by stylistic economy of the new apartment part and elegant landscaping, organising the spontaneous self-seeding, designing unpaved surface in the form of light gravel and simple, high quality elements of small architecture: benches, waste bins, bicycle racks. On the one hand, the buildings constitute a frame for the park complex, on the other – they create the setting of Gdańska Street, combining the open character of the plot with the scale of the surrounding quarter plan, referring to its height and continuing the line of development. Around the buildings, on a part of the site, we designed gardens belonging to the apartments located on the first floor. The semi-public park serves the local community. The openwork fence does not isolate the area.

Multi-family residential complex: two residential buildings and reconstruction and change of use of historic building of the former Heimann Foundation as a multi-family building. Wrocław, Gdańska Street

Autor budynku:Albert Grau
Autorzy projektu:Maćków Pracownia Projektowa: Zbigniew Maćków (Chief Architect), Szymon Brzezowski (Lead Architect), Aleksandra Czupkiewicz, Anna Haudek, Aleksandra Herman, Joanna Major, Marek Konopnicki, Michał Romański, Natalia Rowińska
Konstrukcja:Zimny Construction
Nadzór konserwatorski:Wojciech Brzezowski
Inwestor:Echo Investment
Inżynier kontraktu:Paweł Bielakowski
Generalny wykonawca:PORR
P. użytkowa:1 183 m2 (existing building), 5 493 m2 (new buildings)
P. całkowita:1 637 m2 (existing building), 5 143 m2 (new buildings)
Kubatura:5 486 m3 (existing building), 22 844 m3 (new buildings)
Zdjęcia:Maciej Lulko


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