Community Center Máj
Nomination for EU Mies van der Rohe Award 2017
Architecture by Itself Isn’t Going to Change Anything Michal Sulo Interviewed by Peter Szalay for ERA 21
Urban Masterplan Completed / Currently the elaboration of the final planning document is in process
Vienna, Austria, 8 ha, 120.000 m2 FA, public housing 1200 units, amenities, schools, kindergartens, clubs, shops, playgrounds, sports fields, central park,car-free, public, semi-public, semi-private, private open spaces: access street, green perimeter, urban streets, squares, green park, cross passages, courtyards, gardens
Cooperative planning process.
SLLA Architects, Architects, Bratislava / Arenas Basabe Palacios, Architects, Madrid / DnD Landschaftsplanung, Lanscape architects, Vienna / Idealice Landschaftsplanung, Lanscape architects, Vienna / Soyka-Silber-Soyka Architekten, Architects, Vienna / ss plus Architektur, Architects, Vienna / Rosinak & Partner, Verkehrsplanung, Mobility, Vienna / Susanne Fabian, Walter Sturm, MA 21, Municipality, Vienna / Andrea Steiner, Sozialbau AG, Wien / Bernd Vlay, Europan Austria, Coordination / Franz Cizek, Ferdinand Lesmeister, Bezirksvertretung 21. Bezirk / Christoph Chorherr/Bernhard Steger, Geschäfftsgruppe Stadtentwicklung / Thomas Spritzendorfer, MA 21 / Georgine Zabrana, Planungsdirektion / Gerhard Vogler, MA 46 / Günter Reschreiter, MA 28 / Wilhelm Zechner, Sozialbau AG
Vienna, Austria. Strategic site 84 ha, Project sites 6,7/11,7/8,4 ha. An overall landscape strategy introducing strips of landscape on several locations.
Proposal for the Pavilion of Czech Republik and Slovak Republic.
Despite economic growth in our countrry there are still many issues that require urgent action: catastrphophic living conditions of the underprivileged and ethinc groups, regional disparities, poverty among young and elderly people living in under-developed areas with poor social and technical infrastructure. It is already clear that even the availability of public resources does not produce desired results in terms of sufficient number and quality of architectural projects responding effectively to all these problems. Along with mobilising civil society it is therefore necessary to mobilise also good architectural and urban responses.
SLLA + co-loko + Katarína Smatanová
Biennale di Venezia 2016 15th International Architecture Exhibition
Finalist and other projects
Mobilising Response.pdf short
České Budějovice, Czech Republic. Galleries and other spaces on the perimeter of the building works as an interspace, which opens the community center program to the neighborhood, while allowing public space to enter the building on all floors and extend the new market square up to the playground on the roof.
Nomination for EU Mies van der Rohe Award 2017
Nomination for Grand Prix Architektu 2015
Nomination for Piranesi Award 2015
SLLA + co-loko + FASTU Bratislava + JKUAT Nairobi + ETSA Madrid + UN Habitat
International workshop in advanced urban design, focused in urban safety as starting point to a holistic, integrated and multi-level approach to a contemporary urban enviroment, a multi-sectorial tool to improve the livability of cities and quality of life for all urban residents, predicated on the confidence that good urban governance, planning and management improve the safety of neighborhoods.
Bratislava. Family house on a small plot with the views of the Castle and Slavin and a swimming pool on the roof.
Selce. Nursery in the orchard. Gym, nursery and after school facilities around the school meadow.
Rusinga Island, Kenya. The program of the boarding high school is organised in buildings with a covered veranda around courtyards along the main covered walkway from the entry area in the north with the administration block, dining courtyard, school courtyard, girls hostel courtyard, boys hostel courtyard in the south continuing to the sport field and the school farm on the lakeside.
Buildings orientation is designed, according to this latitude, to provide optimized solar protection, effective ventilation and efficient solar collection from cells located on the roof.
Moreover, educational areas roof sections are designed to introduce natural light directly from above -without increasing inner temperature-, decreasing the use of electrical light and childrens eyes effort.
Toilets are designed to save water and produce biogas, witch will be used to cook.
Boarding High School for 120 Students, School (Classes, Laboratory, Teachers rooms) 465m2, Administration block 112m2, Girls Hostel 367m2, Boys Hostel 367m2, Dinning area with kitchen 611m2, Workshop 69m2, Biogas plant, Sportfield, Total 1992m2, with co-loko
Žilina. Former veterinary institute and surrounding areas.
Office Building Drevicom
Offices, Veterinary Clinic, Retail, 16.000m2
Bratislava. Urban Planning. Central north-south main axis of the Petržalka City District of 158 000 inhab., with ISUURU / INTERURBANO
Bardejov. Inner city development and Leisure, Shopping and Office Center integrating former regional telecomunication and post headquarter and relocating existing nursery, children's leisure center and othe facilities to the new localities, with AASS and INTERURBANO
Leisure, Shopping and Office Center
8777 m2, Budget: 8.252.968 Eur
Košice. Adaptation of Former Military barracks to Culture Center
Program: Exposition 5000m2, Incubator 7100m2, Congres and Exposition Centre 2800m2, Entry 200m2, Hotel 2000m2, Congres Centre 2200m2, Restaurants 800m2, Parking 4000m2, Offices 2300m2, Gallery 2600m2, Parking 3300m2, Restaurant 300m2, Offices 7000m2, Shops 100m2, Total 40000m2 and Landscape 35000m2
New Primary School for 570 Children, the jury felt positively addressed by the structurality of the proposal and by the simplicity of the concept working with the scale and searching for a suitable expression for the school in such a township as Chýně. The chosen form of the pavilion school moreover allows for a consistent application of the cluster system for the classrooms, which the jury finds generally more favourable in comparison to the conventional corridor scheme and more suitable for the modern educational methods and development of the sense of community.
Žilina. Inner city development, District Center Rudiny I, with AASS
Program: Housing, Retail, Office 60000 m2
Miriam Lišková is an architect, co-founder of SLLA Architects and development projects manager. She studied at Faculty of Architecture Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava and the Ecole d'Architecture de Lyon .
Michal Sulo SKA, Nr. 2022 AA, ČKA, Nr. 164/2013, is an architect and urban designer, co-founder of SLLA Architects. He studied at Faculty of Architecture Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava and Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in Barcelona and worked in Torresnadal Arquitecturas, on the occasion of the Congress of Union Internationale des Architectes in Barcelona he was awarded by the Consejo Superior de los Colegios de Arquitectos de Espana Pérez Piñero Prize for the project Housing and Public Space El Raval, Barcelona.
Collaborators in Bratislava from 2008: Marian Dušinský, Lucia Kostrubová, Janka Koropecká, Peter Gajdarik, Tomáš Augustín, Peter Bláha, Erika Foltýnova, Zuzana Hatiarová, Miroslava Hettešová, Rasťo Granec, Ondrej Kurek, Igor Lauko, Kristína Šťastná, Andrej Tušan, Anna Cukorová, Marek Hlaváčik, Marek Marčan, Ján Sádovsky, Monika Mezsárosová.
Panell Discussion 14.6.2016
Miriam Lišková, Martin-Rein Cano, Vladimír Sitta
Nomination Evening 14.6.2016
with Jury Members Miriam Lišková and Martin-Rein Cano
SLLA Presentation 16.6.2016
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