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  7. Pomeranian / AEC Krymow & Partners

Pomeranian / AEC Krymow & Partners

  • 01:00 - 26 October, 2013
Pomeranian / AEC Krymow & Partners
Pomeranian / AEC Krymow & Partners, Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners +20

  • Architects

  • Location

    Gdynia, Poland
  • Architect in Charge

    Georg Krymow
  • Building And Executive Project

    Georg Krymow, Daniel Cabanek, Joanna Rogóyska, Karol Zdanuczyk, Michał Reduta, Patrycja Marcinkowska, Krzysztof Starzyk, Dominik Dratwa, Marcin Wesoły, Jacek Pietruszka, Andrzej Sobótka, Ireneusz Sosnowski, Artur Bronisz
  • Supervision

    Georg Krymow, Daniel Cabanek
  • General Contractor

    Warbud S.A.
  • Area

    13055.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

From the architect. The international architectural  design competition of the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia was won by AEC Krymow & Partners, an architectural office from Warsaw.

Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

The current area of the Technology Park is more than 80 thousand sqm. Inside the ultra-modern building complex there are offices, laboratories, workshops, conference spaces, whilst  on the ground floor there is space for dining, shopping and other commercial services.

Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

During the design process of the buildings, the architects were inspired by polish modernist architecture of Gdynia of the 1920s and 30s. The rounded parts of the facade are especially associated with the historic architecture of Gdynia.

Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

Five blocks, accommodating offices, are merged through communication lines of stairwells and elevators, whilst the facades is entirely made of glass.

Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

The implemented double-skinned facade system was custom developed to give the interior a high level of sound and energy-saving thermal insulation.

Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

The interior design project is also a result of AEC Krymow  & Partners office’s work. The interiors are designed in such a way so that there is no further need for the construction to be built over. The structural design itself creates the arrangement of inside. Concrete walls have no plaster and rooms have no suspended ceilings. The main materials used in the interior is aluminum, glass, concrete and steel. This raw and industrial arrangement was softened by the use of wood.

Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners
Courtesy of AEC Krymow & Partners

The architecture of this building is energy efficient as it uses heat exchangers and heat recovery systems, so neither heat nor energy are wasted.

Floor Plan
Floor Plan
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Witkowski Boguslaw · October 28, 2013

It looks like a new "Cristal Palace" in Gdansk. It looks expensive and certainly represents the very high exploitation costs. Where are the Sustainable development objectives? Astonishing as for the country rising from the communist ashes!

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