Hugon Kowalski has been working as an Assistant Head at the department of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Fine Arts in Poznań since 2010. He had also worked with many architectural laboratories and studios, most notably Studio Foster and Partners, and Igenhoven Architects in Dusseldorf. His works received multiple awards, including Archiprix, the most prestigious student award for the best international diploma. His designs were published by leading design and architectural journals, including Mark Magazine, Blueprint Magazine, AWM , OUTLOOK Magazine China, Spazio Casa Magazine, La Reppublica and Newsweek Poland.
Architect and urban planner, graduate of the Architecture Department at Warsaw University of Technology and Sint Lucas Architectuur in Brussels. Architect and Design manager in the development company Cordia Polska. Co-author of the last project of reconstruction of Narutowicz Square in Warsaw. Experience gained among others in the studios of JEMS Architekci, Kuryłowicz & Associates and XDGA in Brussels. Member of The Warsaw Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (OW SARP).
Architect and Urbanist, graduated from Architecture Department of the Warsaw University of Technology; for several years associated with the WXCA studio, where she is involved in the development of competition projects. Co-author of the winning development project for Vistula Boulevards in Warsaw, Baltic Park of Arts in Estonia, Teatr im. Stefan Żeromski in Kielce or the reconstruction of streets in Warsaw's Praga district.
Her master's thesis on the creation of a walking and cycling route between Powiśle and Praga won the SARP Warsaw Branch award and the national TUP prize. In connection with social activities related to the promotion of the idea of integrating left-bank and right-bank Warsaw through the construction of a footbridge in 2016 received the prize of them. Jerzy Regulski, awarded for outstanding contribution to the creation of spatial order. Member of The Warsaw Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (OW SARP).