World Architecture Festival 2022

The Polish Farmhouse and The Polish House are in the finals of the World Architecture Festival 2022!

Top 10 house projects realised in 2020 according to Murator Publishing House – 2020 [POLAND]

Salon of Architecture Award – 2021 (Małopolska Regional Chamber of Architects RP) [POLAND, KRAKOW]

Silver A’Design Award and Competition – 2022 [ITALY, COMO]

Nomination for the SARP Award of the Year 2022 – 2022 [POLAND]

Architecture MasterPrize Winner – 2022 [USA, Los Angeles; Spain, Bilbao]

World Architecture Festival Finalist – 2022 [GREAT BRITAIN/ PORTUGAL, LISBON]

Winning the V4 FAMILY HOUSES competition “Single-family houses in the Visegrad countries”. – 2022 [POLAND]

Outstanding Property Award London – Platinum Winner – 2022 [GREAT BRITAIN, LONDON]

IDA Design Awards – Bronze Winner – 2022 [USA, LOS ANGELES]

TAC The Architecture Community – Architect of the Year – 2022

Dezeen Awards – Finalist (only Polish studio) – 2022 [GREAT BRITAIN, LONDON]

Polish Homestead among the Top 10 timber developments of 2022 according to [THE NETHERLANDS, AMSTERDAM; CANADA TORONTO]

Polish Homestead among the Top 10 houses of the year 2022 according to Archinea [POLAND]

Building of the Year ArchDaily – nomination – 2023 [Chile, Santiago]

MocArty RMF Classic 2022 plebiscite – nomination – 2023 [POLAND]

Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2023 – Gold Winner – 2023

Polish Architecture XXL – First Prize

The Polish Farmhouse, one of 17 nominated buildings, competed for the title of the world’s best realised building in the ‘House and Villa – Rural/Coastal’ category. Among only 8 finalists from around the world, the unrealized Polish House project was nominated in the ‘Future Project – House’ category.

It was an honour for us to take part in the World Architecture Festival in Lisbon. Poland was represented in this year’s edition of the World Architecture Festival by three projects, the University of Warsaw building by Kuryłowicz & Associated and two projects by BXB studio – The Polish Farmhouse and Polish House. The announced list of finalists also included projects by such studios as Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, MVRDV, Henning Larsen and Mecanoo.

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