The main goal of the investor, the Żołynia Municipality, was to create a place intended for use by residents and agricultural producers, giving the possibility of direct sale of agricultural products.
The market town in Żołynia was designed in the form of 15 repetitive, open, shelters covered with a sloping roof. In the whole complex, there was one cubature object with toilets, a gatehouse and a utility room. The construction of the roof of each shelter consists of repeatable modules composed of wooden grids and steel frames. The axial dimensions of the module are 4.0mm x 2.4m, construction height 4.65m.
Project name: Market Town Architect’ Firm: RYSY Architekci Rafał Sieraczyński, Palmett Bartłomiej Gasparski Lead Architects: Rafał Sieraczyński, Bartłomiej Gasparski, Magdalena Palmowska, Sebastian Bocian
Project location: ul. Górska, 37-110 Żołynia, Poland Completion Year: 2016 Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1605 m2
Photo credits: Piotr Krajewski Photographer’s website: http://pkrajewski.pl