Instead of designing several freestandingpavilions, the architects created a single big building with interconnected containers housing different activities and spaces. The Bar and Carbo Gallery, which was left over from last year’s event, was converted into a base. The surrounding containers house the music workshop, Aktywator office, scene, food, toilets and warehouses. These were attached to the bar and gallery at a 90-degree angle, creating a U-shaped composition. The exterior of the north and south facades was painted orange to mark the entrances and the make the structure stand out.
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The complex shelters a sandy beach with deck chairs and a big island made of pallets. Located near the river, the project includes a terrace and a rooftop bar that provides views of the surroundings. In order to provide clean energy for the project, the architects placed solar collectorson the rooftops and designed a green wallthat supplies the bar and catering with fresh herbs.
+ Adam Wiercinski
+ Borys Wrzeszcz
+ Agnieszka Owsiany
Photos by Przemysław Turlej, Skyphoto.pro