Within the IAAC Thesis projects series we started last year, we continue today by presenting the work by Gawel Tyrala, an architect from Wroclaw, Poland. As a thesis project he developed a project to enter a competition on Vistula River banks. Permanent activities around Vistula River banks forced the need to create temporary infrastructure for going on events. His project provided a transformable solution based in the reuse of transport containers, which are commonly used for air and road transport, sea shipping and warehousing. The idea of the project was to create a transformable structure which allowed many different programs to happen: exhibitions, workshops, performances, meetings, presentations, installations and many others.
Gawel Tyrala, Arq._MAA
Gawel Tyrala is a polish architect born in 1982. He graduated from Faculty of Architecture Wroclaw University of Technology in Poland (2007) and Master in Advanced Architecture at the Institute of Advanced Architecture IAAC in Barcelona (2009). He practiced at Vicente Guallart Architects, Studio El and RR-a. He was Coordinator and co-organizer of Polish Meetings of Students of Architecture OSSA in Wroclaw, Gdynia and Gliwice.