The design idea was based on the 'biophilic design' trend, which assumes direct contact with the natural environment, the use of natural materials and the design of user-friendly spaces.
Jagiellońska 13 is a building designed with the health and well-being of its occupants in mind. The designers have taken care both to open up to nature and to provide places that foster community building.
Greenery, natural materials, a view of the sea and the park, comfortable, well-sunny apartments and rich common areas for residents create an exceptional building, the content of which is nature.
Because of the sunlight, the floor plan of the building is open to the south. The characteristic 'indentation' of the plan was used to design the square around which services are concentrated and the main entrance to the building. The character of this space refers to the nearby Reagan Park and dune coastal vegetation. The square will be generally accessible, but its development will create a zone of peace and relaxation - somewhat hidden from the hustle and bustle of Jagiellońska Street.
The designers' intention is to create the impression that the greenery penetrates from the park into the square and then into the building. We plan to use natural materials in the interiors of the common areas, thanks to which nature will permeate the building, creating a continuous internal structure. By placing the recreational space on the roof of the building, all residents will be able to enjoy the view of the sea.