Creators’ Village, 2017

One of my most important experiences during this year’s voyages was one week spent with wonderful people in Poland’s first mature prototype of cohousing estate. Those few days again opened my mind to the notion — that with proper attitude and focus on common goal — we can all live a life we always wanted to.

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Cardboard Grids, 2017

Why do I love working on zero-waste furniture? Because it involves use of a whole variety of common materials in inventive and often surprising way. It appears that if you just unlock your creativity — literally everything you usually throw away can be transformed into easthetic and functional fitting.

Beach Bar Lounge, 2017

Have you heard about recent zero-waste trend? It is being introduced more and more into contemporary design practice as a fresh movement in strive towards sustainable living. Recycling of materials that otherwise would become industrial trash is becoming a serious issue in today’s world, where most of created energy and work is being constantly wasted….

Refreshed: Rust&Sand, Table with a Twist, 2017

Summertime is made for relax, journeys, and exploring the world, isn’t it? When you feel a subtle vibe of summer everywhere — why won’t you channel it into creative work? These two small fittings came back to life during my expeditions at those warm days.

DEADLINE, 2011

DEADLINE is a prototype furniture created for the Faculty’s of Architecture contest, which aim was to create multifunctional equipment for the Faculty’s chill-out room. Our proposal stood out from the competition with its attractive form, excellent choice of materials and advertising done with a clever leaflet.   DEADLINE consists of suitably profiled sheets of gray…

2A+P/A – Stage in the architectural studio, 2011

During the four-month stay in Rome (Italy) I had the opportunity to embrace the arcana of my learned profession, rules of cooperation with people in the operating design office, as well as to immerse myself in the atmosphere of living in one of the largest and oldest cities in Europe. 2A+P/A Studio, led by Gianfranco…

STUDIES: Black Cell, 2010

Black Cell is a project concerning the interior development of the old mine shaft – the heritage of Silesian industrial culture. This heavy, industrial character of the lot and the object inspired me to create vertical music club with atmosphere corresponding to the building’s type. Electro music seems to be the perfect sound backdrop for…

STUDIES: WaterCube, 2010

The concept project is an interesting combination of the two well known forms of a fountain in an urban space: the water intake and the characteristic sculpture. A simple cubic form combines continuous flow of water under the translucent outer shell and the ingenious form of key-holders for water dispensing. Those two features make WaterCube…

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial, 2009

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial, Inc. organized the open international competition for design and development of an interactive monument of the Holocaust’s victims in 2010. The site is placed at the most representative boulevard of Atlantic City, among the stretch of beach very close to the ocean. Although the competition was stated as locked (required…

Faculty of Biomedical Engineering Building, 2009

The project was developed in response to the competition organized by the Silesian University of Technology. Requirements were related to the concept of large-building, located in one of the two selected lots in Gliwice, Poland. Building should house a new Faculty of the University, including classrooms, laboratories, conference rooms, administrative space and recreation. The selected…