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Neostudio Architekci：The realised market of the New Town in Wieleń is the first part of the city revitalization investment as well as the beginning of the social and spatial revitalization process, aimed at bringing about the revival of this part of the city, and in the future introducing accompanying functions in the surrounding buildings and creating attractive places for residents and visitors. The idea behind the creation of these places is the task of connecting people, ideas and mentality. The planned layout includes: the city marketplace, the New Town square and the reconstruction of communication for the purposes of connecting with the next stage of the investment – boulevards on the Noteć River. The task of continuing the economic, social and cultural influence of the marketplace – a place for the local community – was of great importance, as this is where the community has gathered since the middle of the 17th century.
The basic assumption of the project was to create a universal space with reference to the history of the city’s urban planning, encouraging people of all age groups to spend their free time there. It was also important to design a multifunctional place: recreational, commercial, walking and public activity: festivals, concerts and local cultural and historical events and to create a point connecting various points on the city map. From the point of view of the urban composition it was important to preserve and emphasize the viewing axes and pedestrian routes.
Functionally and formally the market plate was divided into three parts. The first part – the northern part – is a large square with a smooth floor, designed as a place to strengthen local traditions by organizing cultural days or city events, such as harvest festivals and occasional concerts, for which there is a place for setting up the stage. In part of the northern square, a floor was designed with traces of the foundations of an Evangelical church burnt down in 1977. A noble and diversified material structure of the square pavement was proposed in order to break the monotony of the divisions and the texture of the vast square.
The design assumption of the second part – the central square – was to fit the new market as best as possible into the arrangement of growing 100-year-old linden trees, which meant that no trees were cut for the project and the sick specimens that could not be saved were replaced with new plantings. The marketplace for 5-6 days a week serves as a public, recreational, walking and educational space, and on specific 1-2 days it is a fairground of significant dimensions, which spills over the adjacent parts of the market square.
The central square is a city marketplace with an asphalt floor, on which a collection of games for children and market places are marked.
The object of the market is a modular steel shed on a rectangular plan with a U-shaped cut and spans finished with sheet metal in the pattern of an origami drawing. The fifth elevation has been finished with a standing seam sheet and partly made of glass on aluminum profiles as a natural illumination of the exhibition stands.
The third part – the southern square, is the space around the residential building, which historically divides the square into parts and the southern part, where the main entrance is located. This part of the space is intended for recreation, especially dedicated to meetings at the fountain, surrounded by existing linden trees and newly designed urban greenery made of tall grass and creeping ivy.
在原有的带有软管训练和干燥塔的志愿消防队建筑的地方，设计师用混凝土雕塑打造了一个城市跑酷空间(L’art du déplacement)，以向波兰前卫雕塑家Katarzyna Kobro致敬。
In the place where the building of a volunteer fire brigade with a hose training and drying tower originally existed, the idea of concrete sculptures was implemented – a spatial composition for Parkour’s urban activities (L’art du déplacement), which are a tribute to the Polish avant-garde sculptor Katarzyna Kobro.
项目主管：Bartosz Jarosz, Paweł Świerkowski
设计团队：Adrianna Fiącek, Weronika Kurdziałek, Sandra Bogucka, Tomasz Sołtysiak
客户：Commune of Wieleń
Project name: The Market in Wieleń
Location: Wieleń, Poland
Site area: 1,128,670 sqm
Building area: 112,170 sqm
Architects: Neostudio Architekci
Architects in Charge : Bartosz Jarosz, Paweł Świerkowski
Collaborating architects : Adrianna Fiącek, Weronika Kurdziałek, Sandra Bogucka, Tomasz Sołtysiak
Client: Commune of Wieleń
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