- Client: Skanska Residential Development Poland
- Contacts: Michał Sęczkowski
Jaśminowy Mokotów is a new residential estate forming the first phase of the development of a new residential district in Mokotów, consisting of 220 apartments with a large variety in twelve three-storey buildings, located on a 1.5-hectare plot in the Mokotów district of Warsaw.
The project has been divided into several stages, with a total area of over 13,500 msq. As part of the design, a new park with a pond, two new public squares and a network of road infrastructure will be built to connect the estate with the city center. Many renewable and ecological solutions were used, such as the use of rainwater, highly energy-efficient windows and facades, and low electricity consumption.
Jaśminowy Mokotów housing estate is an offer for enthusiasts of logical and carefully thought-out architecture ensuring comfort, safety and ecological solutions. The project meets the requirements of the BREEAM certificate.
The intimate, three-story, multi-family buildings, in the Scandinavian style, were designed in subdued colours and a human-friendly scale. Integral parts of the estate are a new park with space for recreation, green inner courtyards, safe playgrounds for the youngest and well-thought-out small architecture.
Jaśminowy Mokotów housing estate, Stage II, has been shortlisted in the PLGBC Green Building Awards 2021, in the Best Ecological Multi-Family Housing Development category. A distinction in this category was awarded for creating an intimate and functional building in harmony with the existing surroundings and energy-saving solutions.
PLGBC / Polish Green Building Council is the organizer of the one-of-a-kind national Green Building Awards competition, promoting the most sustainable schemes in Poland, and awarding buildings of high architectural value, related to ecological construction and sustainable development. The Jaśminowy Mokotów, Stage II, was conceived and executed with respect for nature and the entire construction was powered by wind energy, paying extra attention to waste management, recycling and reusing over 99% of it.