The meeting of the Good Will Farm which is the culmination of the year of work of students from the Warsaw University of Technology and the Warsaw University of Life Sciences is behind us – but it is really the beginning of our way towards the creation of intelligent homes for the disabled!
At the meeting, which took place on June 23 in the Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management of Warsaw University of Technology, the designers had the opportunity to present the effects of the work of their teams, the visitors were also shown for the first time a visualization of the center made by the Wroclaw KIK Architekci office. At the end of the meeting, the coordinator of the project, Krystian Cyganek, officially handed the chairman of the board of Dobra Wola Association, Jacek Zalewski, the design concept of the Good Will Farm.
In addition, diplomas were awarded for all students involved in the project, and the most involved: Klaudia Chowaniec, Krystian Cyganek, Kostantyn Chychkan, Wojciech Godlewski, Paulina Głąbikowska, Jakub Kaczorowski, Leonard Korago, Grzegorz Koziński, Dominika Kumorek, Marcin Mikos, Anna Wodzyńska and Marta Zabost also received Good Will Farm Creator statuettes specially made for this occasion.
We would like to thank all guests for participating in the event – the authorities and the academic staff of the Warsaw University of Technology, parents of people with disabilities, project participants and all friends of the Good Will Association.
It is a great joy and honor for us that for such a long time many young designers have selflessly put in a lot of work and heart to make this one unique idea turn into a tangible project, which today is a very important stage in the implementation of the Good Will Farm 🙂