Horizone News – Issue 001

The premiere issue of the Horizone Studio newspaper

Dear Reader,

we are putting into your hands the first issue of our newspaper. We hope you will give us some of your attention. In this way, we would like to keep in touch with you by sharing the events that are important to us.

We believe that through this publication we will be able to get to know our current and future clients and partners better.

After all, one of the fundamental features of Horizone Studio is the way we work, allowing us to understand expectations and maintain a direct relationship with the investor.

Readers,

we want you to get to know us better, then perhaps you will see that architecture is not only our professional passion, but also an important aspect of our social and cultural-social activities.

Enjoy your reading.

Part from an interview with Horizone Studio

DH: Currently, Poland is one of the most dynamic construction markets in Europe. How from the perspective of architects, who have also been active in European markets for nearly two decades, what are the trends in Poland?

Horizone Studio: Poland has become an increasingly mature market in recent years. The presence of foreign investors has raised competitiveness and forced the introduction of high quality standards. The biggest change can be seen in the office market, where buildings constructed 10 or 15 years ago no longer meet the expectations of current tenants. There is also a noticeable increase in expectations for the quality of architecture of public buildings and residential buildings. (…) The next step, we hope, will be to raise awareness and expectations of public spaces.

DH: You often participate in community projects aimed at raising residents’ awareness of the quality of life in the city.

Horizone Studio: Yes, we are happy to get involved in city initiatives. It is for this reason that we recently accepted an invitation to participate in the workshop on the new Strategy for the Development of Krakow until 2030. It is good that architects are invited to such initiatives as experts. Friendly urban space promotes residents’ activity and urban development. The task of an architect is not only to read the current needs, but also to prepare the environment for new challenges and functions that will arise in the future.  The current trend is becoming the design of public spaces with the participation of residents, so that future users identify with the resulting places. It’s important for people to identify with architecture.


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