4TH International FUTUWAWA Competition – „Look at the Square”

3D view

Warsaw Agora

Paweł Wołejsza

Parade Square together with the Palace of Culture and Science (PKiN) were built during the communist times and changed the face of the city, becoming its symbol. To this day, this building is associated with the old political system. The large open space of the square, once used for the organization of political rallies, demonstrations and military parades, is now deserted and forgotten.

The project suggests creating a space that would be a symbol of democracy and citizen participation
in creating a vision of the city. It would be a place for open public debates, meetings and discussions, events promoting ideas and strategies, lectures and festivals related to the development of Warsaw. Parade Square is one of the most accessible areas in Europe and it is thus the ideal location for creating such a space.




Paweł Wołejsza

Born 1990

Engineering diploma from the Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology 2013

Studies: Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture of Detroit Mercy, Standford University School of Engineering

Architecture awards:

1st place in a competition for "The Gates of Mokotow" and a draft local spatial development plan area of the historic campus SGH
Mayor of Mokotów District in Warsaw
April 2014

"CHANGING THE FACE 2013 Rotunda Warsaw" Honorable mention
SARP, DuPont, Architizer, PKO
October 2013

"Single-family house with character" Honorable mention
Warsaw University of Technology and PRO-ARTE
June 2011