Podcast by Marta Rachwol and Jack Mark
What is the widely described Generation Z and how does it influence the shaping of urban space? The first episode of the "City According to Z" podcast series, in which Marta and Jacek discuss, among other things, what characterizes young people today and how cities are adapting to generational changes.
A BArch graduate from the University of Westminster in London, majoring in Architecture. During her studies, she had the opportunity to broaden her horizons at the Wright&Wright office, participate in the RIBA mentoring program in the UK. Since the end of her studies, she has been working in Prague as a Junior Architect, working on international projects. He co-founded the first agency in Poland composed of 100% representatives of generation Z (ZETKI), where he is responsible for graphics, photography and architecture. In his spare time he replants plants.
Co-founder of Poland's first ZETKI agency composed of 100% representatives of generation Z, where he is responsible for copywriting, marketing and cooperation with clients. He repeatedly asks himself "what do I like to do in life?" and then starts doing it. As a result, he has gathered experience in journalism (Rock Radio, TokFM), project management (Zwolnieni z Teorii), organizing events, mentoring and even coffee brewing, among others. Privately, he is a lover of music, playing guitar, skateboarding, surfing and walking around the city.
From the podcast series titled: "The City According to Z".