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Five-star design in Pasym

Anna Pakulniewicz 17 January 2019

Anna Pakulniewicz

Journalist

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Ania covers the Baltic states’ real estate markets, architecture and urban planning in Warsaw as well as interior design. She is also the co-founder of Eurobuild TV. Among others, she has been employed by TVN CNBC, PAP Insider, WBJ (The Observer), Poland Monthly and IMM. She graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics, majoring in international relations. She has also completed postgraduate studies in macroeconomic analysis. In addition to this, she studied Lithuanian philology

Five-star design in Pasym
The complex will be built over around 6.5 ha in the Polish lake district
POLAND MJZ (formerly KAMJZ) has designed a hotel and leisure complex with a conference centre and a marina to be built in Pasym in the Masurian lake district by Verdancy.

The 6.5 ha complex will comprise 50 year-round houses, a hotel with around 70 beds, a conference centre for 300 people, a spa, a pool complex, saunas, a fitness centre, two restaurants, a business centre and the marina. The design of the harbour master’s office has also been drawn up, which will include a restaurant with a view of the lake. Verdancy is planning to carry out the project in 2019–2020.

“It will be one of only a few projects of this scale and with a five-star standard in this region of Poland – maybe even across the whole country,” insists Maciej Zawadzki, the founder of the MJZ studio.

“We decided to preserve the Masurian wildness and literally sink the buildings into the tall grasses on the wetlands for them to complement each other. (...) The conservation of the nature in the area was so important to us that we decided to screw most of the buildings into the ground instead of carrying out the kind of excavations that could damage it. Our approach is very sensitive to the environment because it involves a significant reduction of carbon dioxide emissions at the construction stage, since there is no need to transport soil off the site, as there would be with the excavations during groundwork,” he adds.

The houses are to be fronted by wide recreational jetties connected with one other. As the designer points out, the concept of floating or raised houses, which is already established in Asia and New Orleans, could be successfully imported into Poland, in Masuria. A catalogue detailed four types of year-round houses of various sizes has been published for the project.

“During the construction we plan to use a great deal of environmentally-friendly certified materials such as CLT wood as well as prefabricated modular building elements, which reduces the amount of waste during production,” explains Maciej Zawadzki.


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