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Kr ak ow Bl oni a Par k - R O O T E D R E T U R N S

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Q U A i N T

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gondol a Z Y N T Y C A

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U Ĺš C I S K

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C O U R L A N D boul ev ards

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Lew Bar tล‚omiej Pomorska 10/7 Krakรณw (+48) 792 591 249

lew.landscape@gmail.com

Edu c a t io n 2019 - 2020 Master of Landscape Architecture Cracow University of Technology (WAPK), Faculty of Architecture, Cracow, Poland 2019 Master of Landscape Architecture, semester exchange Szent Istvรกn University (SZIU), Faculty of urbanism, Budapest, Hungary 2015 - 2019 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Cracow University of Technology (WAPK), Faculty of Architecture, Cracow, Poland

P rof e s s io n a l e xpe rie nc e 2019 Cooperation with an architect as a Freelancer. Designing pocket gardens and making collages. Preparation of offer boards with small architecture designed in cooperation. 2018 Assistant architect and landscape architect in Podczasy Pracownia Architektury (PPA) - Cracow, Poland As an assistant, I have worked on various projects ranging from a varied scale and process. My main tasks were transferring sketches to technical drawing and solving accompanying problems. I solved technical problems of connecting surfaces, terrace structures and accompanying stairs. 2017 practice in the field of geodetic and dendrological inventor y in the Department Regenerative Art and Green Areas (WAPK) Inventory taking with the help of geographical coordinates and CIVIL 3D software

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selfhood I gratuated from Landscape Architecure at Politechnika Krakowska. I gained a lots of experiance during my interships and student exchange which now allows me to widely understand interdisciplinary aspect of landscape architecure. I am convinced that landscape architects must have an excellent understanding of the context as well as an intuitive understanding of the value of a place. The profession is capable of overcoming architecture barriers and contribute to the sustainable development of ecology, economy and architecture in the public sphere. During my studies and travel I have deepened my knowledge of how people use and organize diffrent areas. I am constantly improving my skills in developing projects and realizing the potential of their space. I believe that I am intuitively the strongest, especially in the urban environment in which I spend most of my time. I want to work on the edge of discipline, pushing landscape architecture at the forefront of the built environment to which I believe it belongs. I have skills of all basic computer programs which I am constantly trying to improve.Although most of my works and projects seem minimalist and economical in form - they convey information that is deeper than just those captured by the sense of sight. The process from sketch to modeling (whether digital or physical) is rooted in my own design philosophy.

skills AutoCad Lumion Photoshop Google Earth Academic writing

master

InDesing SketchUp Vray Fotography construction drawings

Illustrator Civil 3D Revit

Public speaking IWIS3

3ds MAX

learning

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Year 2019 Type Diploma thesis Location: Błonia, Cracow, Poland Where Cracow University of Technology Course Bachelor course Course responsible Katarzyna Łakomy Group members Bartłomiej Lew 6


R O T T E D return s Błonia Park in Cracow is an urban area with a huge history hidden under the cover of the depths of greenery. The largest city meadow in Europe hides stories that even the oldest Cracovians sometimes do not know. Some forgotten stories have been found on the basis of the social situation of today. These forgotten stories illustrate the great value of this area in the context of today’s pandemic. For many years, Błonia had been feeding, protecting, and giving home to Cracovians, while the city was haunted by epidemics, fires and floods.

Historical Rudawa riverbed from 1785

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MASTERPLAN

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introduced plants

Crocus vernus

Centaurea cyanus

Glechoma hederacea

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Campanula latifolia

Geranium pratense

Trifolium pratense

Linum perenne

Borago officinalis

Trifolium repens


WIETLUMY*

Wietlumy - a neologism created for the purpose of this project (the combination of the Polish verb wietrzyć - to air and the Latin equivalent of the word light– lumen) 11


natural community ecosystem

flower meadow

Wietlumy

natural community ecosystem

Wietlumy

flower meadow

The wind, intensifying the rotational movement of the blades after dusk, will give the effect of flickering figures. This is a symbol pointing out the exclusion of the Blonie from the community of memory.It shows that the invisible story continues. In the context of today’s world situation, the threat will disappear, but an invisible change will remain in us forever and will be reflected in society like flickering figures.

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The Rotted returns are a project in the context of transitoriness, the cholera sowing in the 7th century in ravages has passed through Krakow leaving people in the BĹ‚onias. The epidemic is gone, Rudawa is gone and the BĹ‚onia remains. By marking the surface of the area with signs of history, a symbolic composition was incorporated into the space, which weaves an absolutely unique pattern. Framing the views, the wietlum shows which elements of the space were drawn in by the river and together with the waters of Rudawa has flown away, and what remained unchanged in the city space. 13


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Year 2018 Type Studio course Location: Bronowice, Cracow, Poland Where Cracow University of Technology Course Bachelor course Course responsible Anna Staniewska Group members single work

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Q U A i N T

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The subject of the study is a conceptual design of a recreational and landscape park. Four water reservoirs in the fenced area - the large one is 1.6 ha big and three smaller ones. In the middle of the main water reservoir we can find an island without a pier. There is a heavily forested area around the reservoirs without an access for a local residents.

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I N V E S T I G AT I O N TESTING SURFACES VIEW ORIENTATIONÂ AMISS BORDER SITUATIONS

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Exusting structures

Founding materials

clash The area is badly neglected, there are many unnecessary items, such as old garbage cans, car tires and numerous waste left by fishermen. The diagram shows which elements of the space we deal with and outlines the directions of the design activities.

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new conception The new land development project includes introducing residents to the area currently not available for them. Providing entertainment for users regardless of age. The main communication routes are leading to one exit. Between main avenues we can find intertwined unpaved paths which may be interesting for young adventure seekers. From the main street are interspersed with unpaved paths that young adventurous regulars will be interested in.

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Year 2019 Type Studio course Location: Ochotnica, Poland Where Cracow University of Technology Course Master course Course responsible Przemysław Kowalski, Miłosz Zieliński Group members Aneta Majkowska, Bartłomiej Lew 20


gondola Z Y N T Y C A The aim of the work is to prepare a spatial development plan for the village and prepare a design for the course of ski runs and bicycle routes in the nearby hills. The project aims to develop the tourist and sports infrastructure of Ochotnica Gรณrna.

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summer/bike park option

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winter/ski way option

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winter/ski way option The design of the land development concept in winter presents the planned course of ski runs of various difficulty levels. The routes have been divided into easy, medium, difficult, very difficult and additionally a donkey meadow was made for driving lessons. The classification was made on the basis of profiles of individual ski slopes, the average slope of which determined the allocation to a given difficulty. On the route areas places requiring land transformation have been designated, mainly related to embankments or excavations. Additionally, the location of warning signs informing about the combination of routes, change of route difficulty or a sharp turn was marked. There are also signs informing about the length and difficulty of the route and interesting natural elements, i.e. the retention reservoir, seen from the route.

summer/bike way option Bicycle routes determined on the basis of the terrain profile. They are marked in turn with colors from blue to purple, thus indicating their degree of difficulty. Such a solution will provide attractions for cyclists of all skill levels.

CROSS SECTION the longest skiway

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M O U TA I N S H E LT E R

development plan

CROSS SECTION the longest bikeway

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Year 2020 Type Competition Location: Kielce, Poland Where Design Institute Kielce Group members single work 26


UĹšCISK A UĹšCISK (ang. HUG) is a conceptual design that allows you to safely shake the hand of another person in a designed block. The form consists in activating the drawing of two pressing hands, which is illustrated by hand sketches. The HUG is equipped with a UV lamp that disinfects both the hands and the inside. This operation statistically does not exceed 3 seconds, which makes the lamp safe for the skin. Such a solution has a great chance of eliminating the problem of dividing the social community and showing respect to each other by shaking hands. The ability to perform this activity in sterile conditions translates into physical and mental comfort, which is necessary these days.

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scheme of element

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Year 2017 Type Competition Location: Poland Where Cracow University of Technology Course Bachelor course Course responsible Jacek Konopacki Group members Bartłomiej Lew 30


look OUT LOOK OUT is a nature observation point equipped with educational information inside the observatory. As you may know, each of us once wanted to have a tree house. LOOK out is a form of observatory that can be used by children of all ages to spend time pleasantly. Children these days avoid spending time outdoors and are often unfamiliar with the basic species of wild animals living in the area. It is a form of subconscious education of acquiring knowledge while playing with peers. The boards with information inside show the local animals.

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view point - plan

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element horizontal section

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Year 2019 Type Bachelor thesis Location: Krakow, Poland Where Cracow University of Technology Course Bachelor course Course responsible Agata Zachariasz Group members Bartłomiej Lew 36


C O U R L A N D bou leva rds Courland Boulevard is a flood plain in Krakow. The monthly zoning plan forbids the location of any higher small architecture that could stop flowing objects during the rise of the waters. The area is adjacent to the emerging Krakow Music Center and the concept was drawn in reference to this uprising.

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CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES linear record of rhythm and sound

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masterplan

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new conception The concept of developing the boulevard has its source in a linear record of rhythm and sound. Listening to different kinds of music, a projection was drawn imaging the mixing of different sounds.

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Profile for Bartłomiej Lew

Bartłomiej Lew _ Landscape Architect _ Portfolio  

Selected works from education and practice

Bartłomiej Lew _ Landscape Architect _ Portfolio  

Selected works from education and practice

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