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Profile: Ingarden & Ewý Architects - K. Ingarden, J. Ewy Architekci Sp. Z O.o

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Ingarden & Ewý Architects
SUMMARY:
Ingarden & Ewý Architects (IEA) – architecture atelier established in 1998 by Kraków architects Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewý. The domain of IEA are innovative public buildings and site designs.

FURTHER DETAILS:
The main focus of Ingarden & Ewý are highest quality designs and projects of public buildings such as embassies, museums, libraries, galleries, public offices notably ICE Kraków Congress Centre (2014), Małopolska Garden of Arts (2012), Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Center in Kraków conducted in collaboration with Japanese architect Arata Isozaki (1994), the Polish Embassy in Tokyo (2001), the Polish Pavilion at EXPO 2005 in Aichi (2005), and plenty of sites in Kraków, including Wyspiański 2000 exhibition and information pavilion (2007), Rondo Business Park office centre (2008), Garden of Experience in the Polish Aviators Park (2008), and Library of the Pontifical University (2010). Besides public architecture, Ingarden & Ewý Atelier developed plenty of unorthodox residential, office, commercial, and industrial designs.

CONTACT DETAILS:
K. Ingarden, J. Ewy Architekci Sp. Z O.o,
Grabowskiego 5/3,
Kraków,
,
Poland


OTHER AWARDS:
2014
- UIA Prize “Friendly spaces accessible to all” for the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- Main Prize in the Stanisław Witkiewicz Competition 2014 organized by the Małopolska Region (Voivodeship) for the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- Special Prize in the Year 2012 Competition form the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- The Platinum A' Design Award 2014 for the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- First prize in the Architecture Salon competition from the Małopolska District Chamber of Architects for the Małopolska Garden of Arts
2013
- A distinction 2013 TOP 10 Architecture for the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- The Iconic Award 2013 for the Małopolska Garden of Arts building in the category of public utility buidling
- First Degree Prize for Construction of the Year 2012 for the Małopolska Garden of Arts in the category science education building of the national competition organised by the Polish Association of Civil Engineers and Technicians (PZITB)
- Kraków - My Home architectural award for the Małopolska Garden of Arts building - winner of the poll in the category of public utitity building
- The title of the Site of the Year 2012 awarded to the Małopolska Garden of Arts in the opinion poll of Polska Architektura XXL / XXL Polish Architecture
- Polish Edetion of the Brick Award 2013 in the category of Public Building won by the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- The title of the Most Beautiful Ceramic Site awarded to the Małopolska Garden of Arts by users of the portal Architektura Inspiracji (i.e. architecture of inspiration)
- Construction Company of the Year 2012 distinction awarded to Ingarden & Ewy by Builder monthly in the category “Architects” for the creative achievements in architecture, with special focus on the Małopolska Garden of Arts in Kraków project, for the exquisite designs promoting the Polish art of architecture
- The Architizer A+ Award Popular Choice Winner in the category of Theatres & Performing Arts Centres awarded to the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- A distinction in the Innovative Architecture Maciej Nowicki Architectural Prize Competition for the Małopolska Garden of Arts
- The ArchDaily Building of the Year 2012 award in the category of Culture won by the Małopolska Garden of Arts
2012
- Design of the Małopolska Garden of Arts – awarded the 2012 Professor Janusz Bogdanowski Award for best architecture in Kraków
2011
- Nomination for the SARP Prize of Year 2010 for the Library of the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Kraków
2010
- The Five Star Award granted at the International Property Awards for the ICE Kraków Congress Centre in the Poland – multi-functional facility category
- Grand Prix at Baumit Façade 2009 competition for Przy Bulwarze Apartments in the category of new buildings of over 1000 m2, Kraków
2009
- ICE Kraków Congress Centre shortlisted for Best Cultural Building at the World Architecture Festival 2010, Barcelona
- Honorary SARP 2009 Award for architects Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewý granted by the Association of Polish Architects (SARP)
- Title of the Architect of the Year 2008 granted to Krzysztof Ingarden in the Kraków Architect of the Year 2008 competition
- First Degree Prize in the Kraków Architect of the Year 2008 competition for Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion in the category of public utility building
- Third Degree Prize in the Kraków Architect of the Year 2008 competition for Manggha Museum in the category of public utility building
2008
- Kraków – My Home architectural award for Rondo Business Park building winner of the poll in the public utility building architecture category
- Kraków – My Home special prize for Stanisław Lem Garden of Experiences in Kraków
- Grand Prix of the 1st edition of the Polska Pięknieje – More beautiful Poland – the 7 Wonders of EU Funds national competition for the design of the Stanisław Lem Garden of Experiences (an initiative of Kraków Municipal Holding, Siemacha Association, and the C.K. Norwid Culture Centre in Kraków) in the tourist facility category
- Nomination for Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion to the Annual Prize of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP)
- Nomination to the Janusz Bogdanowski Award for Rondo Business Park
- Nomination to the Janusz Bogdanowski Award for Dom na Przystani building
- Honourable Mention for Rondo Business Park in the competition for the Stanisław Witkiewicz Prize awarded by the Małopolska Region (Voivodeship)
- Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion ranks second in the Bryła Roku 2007 contest organised by bryla.pl portal
2007
- Kraków – My Home architectural award for Dom na Przystani building – winner in the residential architecture category
- First Prize in the Architecture of Color Maciej Nowicki Architectural Prize Competition for the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2005, Aichi, Japan
- Honourable Mention for Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion in Kraków without Barriers architectural competition in the public utility building category
- Honourable Mention in the competition for designing the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw
- First Prize for Pavilion Expo 2005 Aichi, Japan at the ContractWorld Award 2007 international architectural competition (Hannover, Germany) in the exhibition space category
2006
- First Degree Prize of the Minister of Infrastructure “for outstanding creative achievements in architecture and construction” for the completed project of the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan
- SARP Prize of the Year 2005 of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan
- Medal of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan for “the outstanding work of architecture completed in 2005”
- Main Prize in the Stanisław Witkiewicz Competition organized by the Małopolska Region (Voivodeship) for the design of a family house in Kraków-Swoszowice
- Honourable Mention at the REFE Award competition for the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2005
- Award of the Kraków Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for creative achievements in architecture in 2005 for architects Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewý
2005
- First Prize in the Design of the Year 2004 Competition from the Kraków Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan
- First Prize in the Building of the Year 2004 Competition from the Kraków Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the Japanese Language School in Kraków
- Special Prize of the Mayor of Kraków for the Polish Pavilion 2005 in Aichi, Japan in the category Project of the Year 2004
- Special Prize from the Mayor of Krakow in the category Building of the Year 2004 for Japanese Language School in Krakow
2004
- First Award in the competition for the architectural concept for Polish Pavilion at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan
- Nomination for the SARP Prize of Year 2003 from the Kraków Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for Japanese Language School in Kraków operating by the Manggha Museum in Kraków
- Family house in Hamernia Str., Kraków ranks third in the readers’ poll in the Design of the Year 2003 competition organised by Dom & Wnętrze magazine
- First Degree Prize for Construction of the Year 2003 for Logistic Center in Ożarów Mazowiecki in the industrial and warehousing category of the national competition organised by the Polish Association of Civil Engineers and Technicians (PZiTB), the Ministry of Infrastructure and the General Office of Building Control
2003
- Nomination to the Design of the Year 2002, Award of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the family house in Hamernia Str., Kraków
2002
- Third Degree Prize of the Minister of Infrastructure “for outstanding creative achievements in architecture and construction” for the Polish Embassy in Tokyo, Japan
- Medal of the Association of Polish Architects “for an outstanding work of architecture completed in 2001” for the Polish Embassy in Tokyo, Japan
2001
- European Medal awarded for designing the Polish Embassy in Tokyo by the Business Centre Club and the Office of the Committee for European Integration
2001
- Nomination for the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) and Polish Cement Award for the Polish Embassy in Tokyo, Japan
- Grand Prix for Manggha Museum at the Kraków Edition of the Life in Architecture competition, in the public building category
- First Degree Prize of the Minister of Spatial Development and Construction “for Outstanding Creative Achievements in Architecture and Construction” for Manggha Museum
1996
- First Prize in the Project of the Year 1995 Competition of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the building of the Polish Embassy in Tokyo, Japan
1994
- Architectural Event of the Year 1993 Prize from the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the Manggha Museum
1991
- First Prize in the Project of the Year 1990 Competition of the Kraków Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) for the Centre for Japanese Art in Paris, France


WEB SITE:
http://www.iea.com.pl/

KEYWORDS:
IEA; Ingarden; Ewy; Ingarden & Ewy Architekci; Ingarden & Ewy Architects

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