Pracownia BBGK

BBGK Architects was established by architects Jan Brzozowski, Konrad Grabowiecki and Wojciech Kotecki. The studio with extensive experience in the field of historic buildings, public buildings, residential buildings and urban design. They successfully win awards in architectural competition. They design individual architecture strongly related to the existing context, as evidenced by the Katyn Museum put into use in 2015, was awarded in many competitions and plebiscites, selected as finalists for the 2017 EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award. BBGK Architects work addresses the changing role of the future of cities. The studio is based in Warsaw and is comprised of over 30 architects.

 

Partners                              Associates

Jan Belina-Brzozowski Tomasz Skalski                                          
Konrad Grabowiecki Emilia Sobańska  
Wojciech Kotecki Karol Wiśniewski  
  Mariusz Wronowski  

Zespół

Paweł Artyfikiewicz    Agnieszka Hałas Zofia Piotrowska
Malwina Borowiec Zuzanna Jarzyńska Tomasz Ploch
Paweł Cichocki Julia Jóźwiak Urszula Prokop
Leszek Czaja Aneta Kulesza Agnieszka Roś
Agata Drochlińska Jacek Kwieciński Kinga Rzeplińska
Martyna Dryś Aleksander Maciak Adam Strączkowski
Marta Fudalej Jakub Majzel Michał Sztolcman
Paweł Furmanowski Agata Misiejuk-Wąsowska Milena Trzcińska
Krzysztof Górski Wojciech Nowak Julita Zembrowska
Mateusz Góra Jerzy Ossoliński  

Administration

Marta Wereszczyńska - chief executive officer
Kinga Klimek - office manager
Małgorzata Nerkowska - finance