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REMINISCENT of the academic design journey, a snaking route of ramps leads the visitor through Arch. Gdynia.
Located at a disused wharf on the Baltic Coastline of Northern Poland, the waterside has been inaccessible due to private industrial docklands.
This school aims to reconnect the city and water with sightlines through the building.
Interactions are provoked between students via a split-level circulation route linked to alternating functional cores.
Bringing a vibrant quality back to this tough, man-made environment.
Free space is left for experimentation.