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#City Video Talks. Prof. Krzysztof Bojanowski on restrictions on the development of the city's historic character

13 of October '22

#Video Talks about the City

We present another video in our series of short statements by architects, urban planners, scientists and people associated with architecture and its related fields, "#Video Talks about the City." Every day we present video recordings from the panel organized by the Małopolska Regional Chamber of Architects of the Republic of Poland as part of the International Architecture Biennale Krakow 2021, and right now we encourage you to send in more questions you would like us to ask the experts (you can send your questions to:

The guests invited by the Chamber will address issues that can be divided into five topics: principles of development of urban structures, the role of space in shaping social attitudes, spatial planning tools, revitalization of spaces, zones and educational facilities, and preparation and professionalization of tasks.


Restrictions on development and redevelopment due to, among other things, the historic nature of the city


Prof. Krzysztof Bojanowski - Professor at the Cracow University of Technology, College of Architecture & Design at the University of Tennessee and Tianjin Chengjian University. Since the establishment of the Chamber of Architects of Poland, he has been a judge of the KSD and OSD of the MPOIA of Poland. From 2000 to 2012, as vice-president of the SARP ZG, he was active in the ACE Council of Architects of Europe and the UIA Congresses in Berlin, Istanbul, Turin and Tokyo. Professionally active since 1973, since 1995 he has been running his own office PLAN. Author and co-author of many projects, such as the Hilton Garden Inn and the Study of Conditions and Directions of Spatial Development of Krakow. Winner of 18 awards and prizes in national and international competitions. Awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Rebirth of Poland (2013). He considers his life success to be the creation of an exchange program in which almost 700 students of the architecture departments of the Cracow University of Technology and the University of Tennessee have participated since 1992.

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