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Wojciech Odrobina Why is good architecture important?


Many may think of architecture as a frivolous activity, of a certain elite, but I am going to show you here why architecture is important to all of us.


On a basic level, architecture is important to society because it provides the physical environment in which we live. At a deeper level, architecture provides an expression of human civilization in time, which then remains, as in the case of monuments, for study by future generations.


Architecture is an expression of the true strength of a society, because the things that humans value the most are those that are almost irrevocable, almost "forever".


Unlike other forms of art, architecture is visible and it is difficult to get rid of it, it surrounds us when we walk through the cities of the world. Architecture is a relatively permanent expression of how society views itself as a whole. It is a powerful reflection of human culture.


Architecture is part art and part science. A mixture of reason and emotion is always present in good architecture. As art it provides a form of creative expression that leads society to look at its living space and the environment in general in different ways. At the same time, good architecture meets the functional needs of society.


Why is good architecture important for the environment?


Because the world's population is growing rapidly, with a latest estimate of reaching 10 billion by 2050, if China and India continue at the current rate. At the same time that the population is growing, it is also urbanizing.


This process is a huge challenge for humanity and the environment. However, it also presents itself as a great opportunity for greater sustainability if we do it right. Architecture plays a fundamental role in the shape of houses and therefore in the life of all populations. If we design our cities well we can reduce the need for long trips every day to go to school or buy bread.


If we design our buildings well, so that they provide energy instead of consuming it, we will be more sustainable and we will also be able to keep the options open for a future.


Why is architecture important for health?


Urban architecture and design have a direct impact on our health in several ways. Firstly, it affects our physical activity. People can be encouraged to go on foot or by bicycle, as a regular means of transportation, as long as the design of the city allows this to be done safely and conveniently.


And why is this important? Because regular physical activity is good for preventing a variety of medical problems, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and even mental illness. Good architecture can also reduce occupational health problems.


Stress can be reduced and mental health improves by ensuring that, where possible, users of a workspace can have direct control over the site.


For example, simply allowing people to open windows and adjust lighting contributes to a more harmonious workspace and noticeably improves health by not having to be forced to always be in bright light or under the harmful effects of air conditioning.


Wojciech Odrobina with more than a decade of experience in the architecture and construction industry has emerged as a leading pioneer of various concepts and ideas behind successful architecture especially, urban design. Please take sometime to review some of my great work. Wojciech Odrobina is the Best Architect and Urban Designer.

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Wojciech Odrobina with more than a decade of experience in the architecture and construction industry has emerged as a leading pioneer of various concepts and ideas behind successful architecture especially, urban design. Having a wide variety of specializations and skills, Wojciech has shaped some vital extension projects in his 20-year long career and has also earned appreciation for his great work. responsible for creating a design concept that involves all of the client's needs. Know more about me and visit www.wojciechodrobina.com

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My name is Wojciech Odrobina and I have been an experienced architect for more than 20 years. If you are searching for a highly experienced architect for your next project, you are in the right place. I have the soul and passion of an artist. Every project I managed, I brought science, technology, passion, knowledge, and experience to it. 

My strong technical knowledge in conceptual design, building planning and detailing, construction documentation, and construction administration are fascinating and you will see that while working together.

Since December 2013, I have been working at ASE Design Consultants Ltd as a senior architect. My strong CV makes me the number one option for projects’ owners.

Since 2014, I worked on many large projects either at ASE Design Consultants Ltd or as an independent architect. Here are most of the projects I worked on during this period.

• Athlone Galway Road Housing Estate 15 no. residential Units.


• The Old Convent and Boarding School protected the structure in Athlone; 9000 m2 conversion and extension into 60 apartments and 20 no. residential units on the adjacent site.


• Ballymore House and Estate - conversion of Stables; protected structure into the holiday and estate manager’s apartments.


• Hanly Quarries Air Pollution Licence Application for the operation of asphalt and macadam plant.


• Hanly Quarries 8.60 hectares & 24 years Extension Application with Environmental Impact Assessment Report.


• Harris – Dublin, 2161.60 m2 office building interior design and site supervision.


• Leisure & Spa Facility, swimming pool, 46 new rooms at Lough Rynn Castle Hotel.


• Hanly Quarries Extension.


• Kilronan Castle Hotel, tower space conversion into two levels hotel room


• Tynte Lodge, Tullaghan, County Leitrim; 0.8 hectares heritage project, including extension and refurbishment of the existing XVII Century Lodge, historical walls and viewing folly.


• Master Plan for City West, Fortunestown, Dublin, 346 no. Residential Units, 7,78 hectares.


• Harris – Dublin, 2161.60 m2 office building with refurbishment of and extension to existing office block to extend the full length of the southeastern elevation of the old Coca-Cola building with the existing loading bay underneath the canopy on the northeast elevation to be glazed, incorporated in to the building and used as a vehicle exposition area, Naas Road, Dublin.

• Master Plan for Longford, Abbeycartron, 139 no. Residential Units, 12,5 hectares.

Throughout my career as an architect, I have worked on all types of projects.


Experience in the architecture field is one of the most important qualifications along with the passion for the project.


I am looking forward to hearing from you and discussing your project. Thank you for reading!


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