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  • Welcome to Kazimierz Dolny, a small town in the middle of Poland but with big ambitions. The town is situated on the Lublin plateau and lies on the right bank of the river Vistula. Because of its stunning location, rich history, scenic medieval houses, wonderful architecture and kind climate, Kazimierz is known not only in […]


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  • The project consists of a tunnel, taking the form of the portal interior. Main constructional elements of the tunnel have been applied with sustainable and flexible materials such as MDF and Flex wood. The exterior covering of the new surface is PVC metal plate with 1mm thickness, expressing the idea of reflecting the actual surrounding elements and the movement […]


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The aim of the project is to upgrade the public area in Medolla, that is a municipality with about 6000 inhabitants about 45 km from Bologna and 25 from Modena. The purposes of the project are the definition of separate areas, the traffic regulation and the definition of areas and spaces that will be used by […]


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