The building ideologically refers to both the contemporary architecture of the church created by prof. Witold Cęckiewicz and a wooden pre-war chapel, on the contour of which the hall was designed. The reference to the demolished chapel is not only the wooden finish, but also the scale of the object. The game with the lump of the church is carried out through the characteristic bends and reliefs of window openings and the roof form.
The structure of the object is simple and suits the needs of the local community. At the back of the multifunctional hall a small room was designed, which can be used both as a room for the room and a room for workshops in a small group. As an accompanying function, modest social and sanitary facilities were designed.
Christ the King parish in Kielce
Concept design, bulidng permit, execution design
Jakub Heciak, Grzegorz Krzemień, Magdalena Wojnowska-Heciak