The Organizers of The International Design Awards (IDA) have received thousands of entries from companies and designers from over 90 countries. Outstanding projects from all over the world competed for the recognition among jurors in 5 disciplines: architecture, interior design, product design, graphic design, fashion design. Among the architectural projects, the GOLD title was granted to the design of the Polish studio HOLA Project Group.
The International Design Awards (IDA) is a competition that was created to appreciate, celebrate and promote the work of visionaries in the field of design. The mission of the awards granted for the first time in 2007 in the United States of America is also to discover the most promising talents, collectives and studios from all regions of the world. This year, a wide international audience has the opportunity to learn more about the achievements of HOLA Project Group. The Polish studio was awarded the title of GOLD in the “Architecture” category for the project of the Shepherd’s Cottage.
“With great satisfaction we discover that the values that guided us in the design of the Shepherd’s Cottage, turn out to be so universal that they also won the hearts of the jury of the American IDA competition. Architectural simplicity and authenticity turn out to be a legible language on all continents. We wish that respect for the landscape, local history and craftsmanship, expressed and materialized in the concept of the Shepherd’s Cottage, would become a universal approach to the creation of architectural objects all over the world. – emphasize the founders of the awarded Polish studio, Monika and Adam Bronikowski.
The Shepherd’s Cottage is a house on the Stylchyn Peninsula in the Pieniny Mountains, with a stunning view of the lake and castles in Czorsztyn and Niedzica. The Shepherd’s Cottage project is a contemporary interpretation of the culture and landscapes of the area. It is also the most frequently awarded Polish architectural and interior design concept in the international arena.
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