Integrated Nursery School is located at Józefa Bema Street in Góra Kalwaria. The building was designed by architectural studio, Rysy Architekci, Rafał Sieraczyński on commission for the Municipal Office of Góra Kalwaria. The building consists of modules with independent units. Every unit include the children's living room with the dining area, utility rooms and toilets. Each room has access to the garden, located on the southern side of the property. The shape of the building is fragmented with clearly defined modules forming it along the bent axis dividing the object into northern and southern parts. The northern part of the building contains one nursery department, business and administrative facilities, in the south there are six pre-school departments. Along the curved axis (east-west) of the building there is a corridor which is illuminated by windows in the gable walls and windows of the entrance hall. The building, through its one storey form, clearances, garden availability and use of wood fits into the natural surroundings. Sloping form of the roof also refers to the surrounding buildings.
Project name: Integrated Nursery School Architect’ Firm: RYSY Architekci Rafał Sieraczyński Lead Architects: Rafał Sieraczyński, Sebastian Bocian, Ligia Krajewska, Bartłomiej Gasparski, Urszula Michalska Project location: ul. Generała Józefa Bema 1, 05-530 Góra Kalwaria, Poland Completion Year: 2016 Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1158 m2
Client: Municipal Office of Góra Kalwaria General contractor: REM-BUD-I Structural design: Marcin Karczmarczyk, Tadeusz Raczkiewicz, Anna Kurek Sanitary systems: Wojciech Raczkiewicz, Krystyna Żółkiewska Electric systems: Mieczysław Babiuch, Mirosław Babiuch Interior graphics: Maciej Blaźniak