Inspireli Awards has announced winners for its Inspireli Edu-project Croatia competition, created as part of the 8th Annual Inspireli Awards, the largest student competition in architecture in the world.
Inspireli Awards offered architecture students from all over the world to participate in a completely unique educational project of a holiday resort in Croatia.
Inspireli chose a prodigious approach and combined competition and education in a single project that.
World Architecture Community is official media partner of Inspireli Edu-project Croatia Competition.
Winners of miris Garden Competition. Image courtesy of Inspireli Awards
Thanks to progressive developers YD Capital and Insyn Group, this competition will not only allow students to be involved in shaping the ﬁnal design, but most importantly to work with product and technology suppliers from design to implementation and be part of the Inspireli Studio, where they are led by the main architect Martin Dudaško and they participate in the process of creation of the final appearance of each zone.
The winners of Zone Commercial Center are Adissa Hajdari, Alma Sylejmani and Besjana Ramadani from the University of Prishtina in Kosovo, and their project can be found here. Image courtesy of Inspireli Awards
The winning students from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Kosovo created their ideas for a new project, in which, in addition to restaurants and a promenade.
The ideas also include a hotel, apartments, private luxury villas or a shopping center.
All parts of the resort were created with great respect for the Croatian landscape and nature. Materially, the students tried to create the impression of a pleasant place for active leisure and relaxation while using location-specific materials such as stone and wood.
Winner’s Announcement Ceremony in Prague. Image courtesy of Inspireli Awards
“The main benefit of this collaboration is that students have the opportunity to participate in the actual construction,” said Mariana Vahalová, CEO of Inspireli Education.
“They can see how their student project is taken, turned into a final project and then into a building. Above all, they get a reference and implementation already at school.”
The Zone Marina and Coastal zone winner is Tomáš Krajčovič, STU in Bratislava – Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Architecture, Slovakia, with his project. Image courtesy of Inspireli Awards
One of the main prizes of the competition was a five-day 3D visualizations workshop at the Department of Architecture of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague.
During the workshop, 13 winners in 6 categories with the chief architect and specialists from Lumion CZ&SK created professional 3D visualizations for their winning projects using the Lumion software.
All the winning projects can be seen at Inspireli Awards’ website.
The winner of the Zone Private Vila is Jakub Hencze from Faculty of Architecture and Design STU in Bratislava in Slovakia and his project can be found on this page.
Top image in the article: The winners of Urban design are Lukáš Mottl and Jan Vařečka from CTU in Prague – Faculty of Civil Engineering in Czech Republic and their project can be seen here.
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