FUTUWAWA prize awarded

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Green Bridge over the Bank Square, Bartosz Jakubowski
Moderna Odnova, the new life of housing estates by Żelazna Brama, Piotr Szcześniak
How should Warsaw look like? According to FUTUWAWA prize winners - green, modern and inviting.

FUTUWAWA prize, competition organized by Fundacja Puszka, has been awarded for the second time. On the 30th of September, during the ASP gala in Warsaw, its results were made public.

The competition is addressed to Polish and foreign architects, designers, artists and amateurs. The aim is to create the project of future Warsaw in terms of architecture, urbanization and art present in public space.

In this years edition a total of three projects came up first: 'A Green Bridge over Bank Square' by Bartosz Jakubowski, 'New strategies for spatial integration of city's structures on the example of near surroundings of Żelazna street' by Tomasz Kamieński and 'Moderna Odnova, the new life of housing estates by Żelazna Brama' by Piotr Szcześniak.

General sponsor of the event was Ghelamco. We fully agree with Jury's verdict: the three winning works represent the identical way of thinking the city. It should include more green and common areas which should be open and inviting to the citizens. It's a very good way of development. We're more than happy to be a part of this competition which honors such up-to-date concepts - says Jeroen van der Toolen, Managing Director of Ghelamco in East - Central Europe.

The jury has also distinguished three other works: 'Serso' by Abad Architetti, 'DEBOMBING' by Filip Tofila from Syfon Studio and 'Wisła Leap' by Monika Kalicińska. Internauts' award was given to GÓRA MIEJSKA project in the area of FSO by Maja Wrońska and Anna Majewska. All the works which took part in the competition can be seen on futuwawa.pl.

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