EUROPEAN CENTER FOR GEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

  • FACILITY CATE: PUBLIC UTILITY FACILITY- HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE WITH LABORATORY AND EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
  • INVESTOR: UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW
  • LOCATION: CHĘCINY, POLSKA
  • USABLE AREA 6,500 m2
  • DATE: 2015
  • COST: PLN 30 mln
  • AWARDS:
    – 2nd prize in An International Competition and Invitation to Direct Negotiations.
    Organiser: University of Warsaw and Association of Polish Architects. (SARP) 2012.
    – European Property Awards: Best Public Service Architecture 2015- 2016 for the European Center for Geological Education
    – Eco- and User-Friendly Facility of the Year in The Eurobuild Awards for Architecture 2016
    – Nominated for Mies van der Rohe Award 2017
  • TEAM:
    SZCZEPAN WROŃSKI
    ZBIGNIEW WROŃSKI
    PAWEŁ GRODZICKI
    KRZYSZTOF BUDZISZ
    MICHAŁ CZERWIŃSKI
    KATARZYNA BŁASZCZYKIEWICZ
    EWA GAJDA
    MACIEJ RUDNICKI
    MARCIN JURUSIK
    AGNIESZKA NOWICKA
    KATARZYNA KWIATKOWSKA
    JACEK HAWRYLAK
    MARTA SĘKULSKA
    PATRYCJA MICHALAK – DĘBIEC

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The ECEG complex is comprised of five buildings: The Main Building, the Educational Building, with the laboratory, and three modularhotel buildings- two student halls of residence, and one high- standard facility for guests of the Center was designed with a capacity for ce.240 guests.

Heat pumps with a ground heat exchangerprovide the buildings with the main source of heat and cooling. The lower source is comprised of 91 wells to a depth of 120 m.

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