Partner-in-chief BudCud, Poland
2016 WARSAW UNDER CONSTRUCTION 8, closed competition, 1st prize
2015 MBA INTERNATIONAL BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE CRACOW 2015, competition Human dimension of urban scale, section of completed projects, Cracow, PL honourable mention
2015 SHANGHAI: MAKING URBANITY THROUGH PASSAGES IN THE REAPPROPRIATED EXPO SITE, Shanghai, CHN finalist
2014 COMPETITION FOR MASTERPLAN OF GREEN RECREATIONAL AREAS in Bilcza, PL
2014 10TH INTERNATIONAL GARDEN EXPO, European site, Wuhan, CHN honourable mention
2014 OPEN INTERNATIONAL IDEAS COMPETITION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VORONEZH RESERVOIR
revitalization strategy, Voronezh, RU 1st prize 2013 ZAWÓD ARCHITECT Z:A AWARD 2013, Republic of Poland Architects’ Chamber, PL
1st prize in professionals category
2012 AIT TILE AWARD 2012, AIT, GE 1st prize in category wellness/spa
2012 POLSKIE WNĘTRZE 2011 best Polish interior, Sztuka Wnętrza, PL
2nd prize in category public interiors
2012 AIT AWARD 2012 Global Award for the very best in Interior and Architecture, AIT, DE
finalist in shop/presentation category
2012 KIEV ISLANDS URBAN COMPETITION for masterplan of archipelago on Dnieper river in Kiev, 1840 ha, Kiev City State Administration, UA finalist
2011 EUROPAN 11 urban competition for a housing scheme next to water on Leeuwarden, Europan Europe
Mateusz Adamczyk – architect and urban designer, founding partner of BudCud. Besides practicing, he conducts various workshops and lectures in Poland and abroad, promoting understanding of architecture as a complex living environment rather than formal composition of singular volumes.
BudCud is a contemporary practice from Cracow (Poland), operating within the fields of architecture and urbanism since 2010. The office is led by Mateusz Adamczyk and Agata Wozniczka and often collaborates with proffessionals of different disciplines. BudCud has won several awards in various urban and architectural competitions, such as Europan, Schindler, Schinkenchiku or more recently Passages Shanghai and Voronezh Sea competition in Russia. The office has worked on offices, commercial interiors, public spaces, exhibitions and urban startegies.
BudCud has aim in searching for and designing complex architectural environments. Projects are logical and professional elaborations of better and sustainable reality in modern times, designed for the future inhabitants who benefit from a new spatial reality. BudCud’s design process is a constant evaluation of a rational model scheme, defined by both context and experimentation. They are heavily influenced by the project environment, which makes BudCud proposals contextually conscious, but not naive. Implementing such a strategy results in something that is both unusual and unique.