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About career, studies and childhood. Wakes with Natalia Paszkowska of WWAA

19 of August '20

Welcome to the next episode of the morning program Awakenings! Tomorrow, August 20, at 9:00, Natalia P aszkowska of the WWAA studio will talk about whether being listed among the most prominent Polish architects is a burden, how and why the Polish pavilion at the Shanghai EXPO influenced her career, and how to design fresh, boundary-pushing things that will not be "mediocre, copied, duplicated."

Natalia Paszkowska is an architect, graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology, designer of exhibition spaces and interiors, co-founder of the WWAA studio. Among others, she is the co-author of such projects as the Polish Expo Pavilion in Shanghai (2010), the Służewski House of Culture (2013), the urban plan of Soho Factory, the temporary pavilion Mercedes Station (2013-2016) and the permanent exhibition at the Center for Polish Scenography in the Silesian Museum and the permanent exhibition at the Museum of Polish History. The architect has also been involved in projects around architecture or the development of functional standards for newly designed Warsaw schools and kindergartens.

The broadcast of the conversation will be available here:

and on A&B's Facebook profile. We would also like to remind you that in the contest accompanying the conversation you can win the latest issue of A&B! And if you want to find out what it means today to be an architect and what are the conditions for practicing this profession, be sure to read Natalia Paszkowska and Marcin Mostafa's statement in the series Zawód architekt.

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