Ukraine Cultural Complex is ArchitectsJURY Winner
BUDAPEST, March 12, 2013 – Alyona Bulygina, an architecture student from Kiev, Ukraine, has won an Apple MacBook Pro in the 2012 Fall ArchitectsJURY competition. Her entry, a cultural complex utilizing organic elements, was chosen by her peers in a global, online competition.
|Alexander Kravchenko, Alyona Bulygina, Elena Kisel|
Designed using ARCHICAD, Alyona’s winning entry is a design of a multi-functional information and cultural complex; a facility that concentrates a wide range of cultural-cognitive functions. The coast of Lake Vydubytsky, between the highway and the Dnieper River, was chosen as the location for the planned design. The Dnieper slopes serve as a stunning backdrop to the design.
Alyona’s principal goal was to position the complex as an organic port nestled on the green banks of the Kiev slopes. The Paton Bridge on the left bank allows visitors to view the historic city center. “Working with ARCHICAD gave me the freedom to focus on the design,” Alyona said. “I can let my creative juices flow knowing that ARCHICAD will bring my visions to life,” she added.
About the Winner
A native of Novosibirsk, Alyona Bulygina was raised in Tashkent and currently attends architecture school in Kyiv, Ukraine. Alyona enjoys the thrill of competitions and the color blue, and hopes to work as an architect in the future.
The ArchitectsJURY competition is aimed at finding the best architectural student work, as judged by visitors to www.ArchitectsJURY.com, the student architecture community. For more images of the winning project, please visit www.architectsjury.com/pages/competition/2012-fall-semester/winners.
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