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Architects for the 21st century: Krzysztof Mycielski (Group 5 Architects), Jan Strumillo

13 of April '21

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On April 20, another LIVE in the series "Architects for the 21st century" took place. - meeting with prominent personalities of the world of architecture. This time Jan Strumillo spoke with Krzysztof Mycielski of Grupa 5 Architekci.

Krzysztof MycielskiKrzysztof Mycielski - born in 1968, Polish architect, architecture critic, co-founder and partner of Grupa 5 Architekci studio. Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology (diploma awarded in the SARP competition Diploma of the Year 1996). In 1994-1995 assistant trainee at WAPW, since 1994 publicist and critic of architecture. Academic teacher. Since 2009 he has been lecturing and teaching contemporary architecture theory at the Faculty of Architecture and Construction at Lublin University of Technology. He is currently an employee of the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology. Co-author of: modernization and expansion of the historic Main Railway Station in Wroclaw with its surroundings (2008-2012), 18 completed complexes of multi-family buildings in Warsaw and its surroundings - including the Apartments of Queen Marysienski in Miasteczko Wilanów (2004-2005) and the Tivoli estate in Targówek (2005-2006), 3 completed complexes of office buildings - including the headquarters of the Millennium Bank in Warsaw.including the Millennium Bank headquarters in Warsaw's Eko-Park (2001-2007), an office building on Grzybowska Street (2007-2009) and other public buildings - including the St. Teresa of the Child Jesus elementary school in Podkowa Leśna (2006-2010).

Jan StrumiłłoJan Strumillo - qualified architect, MOIA member since 2015. Has been running his own practice in Warsaw since 2010. Since 2013 he has been a scholarship holder at AHO in Oslo, Norway. Worked as an architect for Baumschlager Eberle in Switzerland and Austria. He is a graduate of the ETH in Zurich. He completed his MAS studies under the direction of Dietmar Eberle. He gained practice working for JEMS in Warsaw, among others. Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology - in 2005 his graduation project Dobra/Drewniana won the Małgorzata Baczko and Piotr Zakrzewski Prize. In 2013 he was a resident at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. Author of the book Hidden Modernism.


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Online meetings in the series "Architects for the 21st Century. Architecture of Tomorrow" with prominent personalities of the Polish architectural scene


In this series, invited architects talk about their life in architecture, projects and the contexts of their creation, experiences that have influenced the shape of the architecture they create, their travels and books that inspire them on a daily basis. The meetings are live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook with the opportunity to ask questions on the Facebook profile of our event. We encourage you to also ask questions before the meeting and send them to: malgosia@archibi.pl

Past meetings

1 Maciej Siuda, Marcin Wicha
"Around Design in the New World".

Will lockdown change the approach to design? Are these changes likely to be sustainable? To what extent will it be the architects who will be able to get involved in the embodiment of a new world, a new order, and take advantage of the existing situation in such a way as to design responsibly, flexibly, in the spirit of circular economy, and above all serving to improve the quality of life in the urban environment?

2 Jerzy Szczepanik Dzikowski, Maciej Miłobędzki
"A rational approach in irrational times".

Will lockdown change the approach to design? Are these changes likely to be sustainable? To what extent will it be architects who will be able to engage in building a new world in a new order and take advantage of the existing situation in such a way as to design responsibly, flexibly, in the spirit of circular economy and, above all, serving to improve the quality of life in the urban environment?

3 Matthew Mastalski (Henning Larsen Architects),
Hugon Kowalski (Ugo Architects).

Sustainable city? Architectural competitions? Do these buzzwords open a can of problems facing architecture in a post-pandemic world, or are they rather effective ways to solve them? How to design cities today and who should do it? Architects or residents? Who has the right to the city? Who decides what it looks like and how we live in it? What values do we need in architecture to design well-functioning cities that don't contribute to the degradation of the planet and the ecosystem? Is sustainability now mainly a very catchy marketing slogan, and is there a place for it in the discourse on engaged architecture and urbanism?

We discuss the differences in urban design from the Polish and Danish perspectives.

4. Jolanta Starzak, Dawid Strębicki (Atelier Starzak Strebicki),
Jan Sikora (Sikora Wnętrza Architektura).

During the next meeting of the series "Architecture of Tomorrow. Architects for the 21st Century" with prominent personalities in the world of architecture, we talk with Jola Starzak and Dawid Strębicki of Atelier Starzak Strebicki and Jan Sikora of Sikora Wnętrza Architektura. The topic of the conversation is ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION. What is architectural education in Poland today? Do we need systemic changes? A well-educated designer, that is, what kind of designer? Where is the best place to study architecture and design majors in Poland? What do students not learn in college?

5 Jakub Szczęsny (Pracownia SZCZ),
Lukasz Wojciechowski (VROA ARCHITEKCI)

On January 26 (Tuesday) at 13:00 a.m. a LIVE of the series "Architects for the 21st Century" was held with prominent personalities of the world of architecture. This time Lukasz Wojciechowski talked with Jakub Szczęsny.

6. Jakub Glaz, Jerzy Gurawski (ARPA Studio)

In a meeting held on February 23, Jakub Glaz talked with Jerzy Gurawski.

7. Paweł Krzemiński and Karolina Slawecka (Architecture Club),
conduct: Katarzyna Jagodzinska

In a meeting held on the 23rd Katarzyna Jagodzinska talked with Pawel Krzeminski and Karolina Slawecka of Architecture Club.

8. Krzysztof Mycielski (Group 5 Architects), Jan Strumillo

In the latest meeting, Jan Strumillo will talk with Krzysztof Mycielski of Grupa 5 Architects.

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