The comprehensive project of a higher education building: a student house with a commercial space and a garage on the ground floor at ul. Mińska in Warsaw, it was commissioned by a German investor.
The design contract also included project management and investment promotion.
The dormitory meets the hotel requirements by offering single or double rooms with bathroom, kitchen and unlimited internet access. It was the Investor's wish that the aesthetics of the facility would meet European standards and create places of stay for academic circles. The program assumed the demolition of the existing facility and the construction of a modern facility with a modern industrial aesthetics on a relatively small plot of land.
The 9-story building has been designed (1 underground floor, 8 overground floors), covered with a green roof, with 1- and 2-person rooms with a kitchenette and a bathroom for about 60 students, rooms for study and work in groups (chillout 'y); student club, kitchenettes available to all users.
The facility also has a modern access system that does not require a reception function with access codes to the rooms.
A separate interior design project was developed for all rooms (furniture, lighting, material selection, color design) and the illumination of the facility and the area. A neon logo has been designed to identify the object, also from a distance.
The AGG Group is the author of the logo and name of the investment, the graphic design of marketing materials - development of graphic materials and visualization while co-creating branding for the new brand. The implementation was supervised by the author and investor of AGG.
The users of the facility are students and academic staff. The project ensures that the functioning needs of people learning or working in science are met. The facility has been equipped with the latest electronic technologies. The rooms in the dormitory are a kind of high-standard apartments, where students can study and relax in comfortable conditions. Each room in the dorm is equipped with comfortable furniture specially designed for the needs of the project: sofas, desks, cabinets, seats and carefully selected lighting installations. There is also a zone that serves as a stove with a hob and a refrigerator. The arrangement leaves room for students to show off and allows them to personalize their rooms, for example by hanging private decorations on walls, boards and shelves. The designers' goal was to create a place where students could feel at home. Apart from the residential area in the dormitory, there are also day zones, where students can meet while studying or organizing thr meetings. Everyone has access to an additional shared kitchen, laundry room. There is also a shop, an indoor garden and a club in the building. There is a green zone on the roof.
The building is adapted to accommodate people with physical disabilities.