Lublin strives to preserve its image in symbiosis with nature, while having an extensive cultural and recreational offer in an environment upgrading residential and investment conditions.
Lublin is already perceived as an attractive city of history with a well-defined multicultural identity, especially memory of the fate of Lublin Jews.
The Podzamcze district is a relic of that identity and key to complete integration of the most significant tourist paths.
The goal of the project is to create a complete downtown district in the Podzamcze area. It will be connected to the system of planned recreational ambling paths running along the stretches of environment-friendly rivers - Bystrzyca and Czechówka.
The design assumes adding new bicycle paths to existing landscape areas, transforming the area of the Czechówka river and upgrading it to the role of "recreational axis of Lublin", introducing a footbridge in place of the non-existent Szeroka street, as its contemporary interpretation, reconstructing the frontage of Ruska street as part of the Memory Path of Lublin Jews and Multicultural Path north of Podzamcze and creating the interior of Szeroki Square in the historical widening of Szeroka street with exposure of the extant well – a relic of historical Podzamcze.
Honourable mention