Jan Strumiłło

Licensed architect, member of MOIA since 2015. Research fellow at AHO in Oslo since 2013. Jan set up his practice in Warsaw at the beginning of 2010. He worked for Baumschlager Eberle in Switzerland and Austria. He holds MAS ETH in Architecture, focusing on housing, obtained in 2008 under Dietmar Eberle. After graduating from Warsaw University of Technology in 2005, he worked for JEMS in Warsaw. Małgorzata Baczko & Piotr Zakrzewski prize laureate in 2006. He was appointed resident fellow in architecture at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart in 2013. Author of the book “Hidden Modernism”. His main interests are dwelling and housing and their interdependence with sociology, economy and sustainability, but his true passion is timber architecture.

For details please consult full CV in Polish or English | Photographed by Jędrzej Sokołowski.

Marta Szczepańska

Holds an MSc in architecture from Delft Technical University. Her designs won prizes in the Jacques Rougerie Competition, 120 hours i KOŁO. She co-designed the Dutch pavillion at the 2020 Expo in Dubai. Marta gained priceless experience working for international firms. For Marta order is an attitude – in her work, in her life and in her car. She does not step away from design challenges. In spare time she explores the beauty of ceramics. Photographed by Jędrzej Sokołowski.

Jan Jabłoński

Holds an MA in Architecture from the prestigious Warsaw University of Technology. Amateur philosopher, deeply rooted in latin culture, addicted to coffee and pasta. In spare time he loves to travel near and far. Openly declares interest in history and any good story, perhaps driven by his innate curiosity. He cannot wait to learn more of the many great things ahead of him in architecture. Photographed by Jędrzej Sokołowski.

Marta Buchner

Holds a BA in architecture from Warsaw University of Technology. Fanatical about cycling, a compulsive singer she is pure joy to be around. Focused and indefatigable, she accepts no compromises in draughtsmanship. Her experience increases exponentially. Actively interested in psychology, she cannot rule out a parallel career yet. Photographed by Jędrzej Sokołowski.

Helena Wierzbowska

Holds a BA in product design from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. Despite her young age, Helena is recognized for her prize-winning designs. She loves the mountains and enjoys them whenever possible. Confident in graphic design she also excells in social networking. Loves a good anectode every now and then. She steadily improves her communication skills. An aficionado of fine clothing and jewellery. Co-owner of a dog. Photographed by Dawid Majewski.

Office

We are a small-sized company of architects. We offer design services ranging from products to buildings in Poland. We have developed a network of contacts with trusted engineers and contractors. This enables us to deliver on our promises regarding time and quality of work.

Collaborators since 2010

Marek Jaxa-Chamiec | architect
Julia Jankowska | architect
Jan Dybowski | architect
Maksymilian Dobkowski | architect
Zuzanna Rostocka | student internship
Zuzanna Siedlecka | student internship
Maria Jeglińska | product designer
Wojciech Janiszewski | architect
Jan Libera | product designer
Jan Almonkari | student
Dominika Kubieniec | architect
Ola Mirecka | product designer
Dorota Meissner | interior designer
Anna Dobek | architect
Weronika Libiszowska | architect
Emilia Noceń | architect