Baltic Park Molo
Multifunctional hotel complex
Location: Świnoujscie, Poland
Authors: Tomasz Głowacki, Joanna Janikowska, Łukasz Woleński, Sylwian Moska
Client: Zdrojowa Invest
Size: 49 410m2
Design: June 2012
1st prize in an open architectural competition
The proposed concept of multifunctional hotel complex in Swinoujscie is focused at creating a harmonious inclusion in present urban and natural environment, with special emphasis on its genius loci. Seaside location, at the sand dunes, next to the sea plays a crucial role in the project.
By highlighting the existing environmental values makes the impression that the proposed architecture creates a transition between orthogonal urbanism of the city and the landscape – trees, dunes, beach and sea.
Name of investment – Baltic Park Molo brings to mind the characteristic features of the Polish coast -dunes, sandy beaches, pines, warm wooden deck. These special values of Baltic coast are reflected in the formal expression of the project and create characteristic atmosphere of that place. Molo – an element that exists in investment name and present architecture, represent not only the actual pier decking, but also wooden floor around – the pedestrian passage. Dunes – reflects the organic base with services, from which hotel towers rises.
baltic/dunes park/pines molo/ deck
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