Wojciech is an architect and researcher.
Wojciech is a Research Associate at the Laboratory for Design and Machine Learning in the School of Architecture.
Before joining the Royal College of Art, Wojciech graduated with an MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design: Projective Cities from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. His dissertation, awarded with distinction, proposes a theoretical and historical understanding of rural settlements in Poland.
Wojciech is co-founder of an architectural practice PROLOG, and a co-editor of a quarterly magazine RZUT.
Wojciech is an architect, co-founder of architectural practice PROLOG, where his work focuses mainly on public sector buildings.
Before establishing PROLOG in 2017 he gained experience as an architect and assistant architect in Poland, Spain, the Netherlands, Mexico, and Austria.
Publications, exhibitions, other outcomes
Mazan, W. (Editor). (2020). Trouble in Paradise. Warsaw: Zachęta — National Gallery of Art.
(2020) Trouble in Paradise (as part of the curatorial team PROLOG +1). Polish Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia, Italy.
(2019) Proste Historie. Instytut Designu Kielce, Poland.
(2018) Atlas Altan. BWA Wrocław, Poland.
(2017) Atlas Altan. Realny Obszar Działań, Warsaw, Poland.
(2016) Proste Historie. Biennale Urbana, Venice, Italy.