Warsaw University of Technology graduate wins ‘Wood in Architecture’ competition

Piotr Awramiuk PB

Nadja Sajjad from the Warsaw University of Technology has won the fourth “Wood in Architecture” competition, organised by the Faculty of Architecture at the Bialystok University of Technology (PB). This competition rewards the best master’s diplomas that showcase the qualities of wood as a construction, building and finishing material.

Nadja Sajjad proposed a design for a multi-family building responding to climate change. The author was awarded a prize of PLN 8,000 for first place. Second and third place were awarded to young architects from the Kraków University of Technology (Adrian Matuszewski and Konstancja Wojdak). The authors of the works received PLN 5,000 and PLN 3,000 respectively.

The competition is the result of cooperation between the Faculty of Architecture at the Białystok University of Technology and Unibep SA and Danwood SA.

“The level of this competition is sensational, which makes us very happy. Every year we have better and better works and practically works from all faculties of architecture”, said the chairman of the jury, Dr arch. Aleksander Asanowicz, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, PB.

Technical sciences