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Janusz Dulinski - briefly on the subject

14 of November '19

In today's installment of the series "10 questions to..." we present the answers of architects from APA Czech-Dulinski-Wrobel, who will host participants of the FOPA Festival of Open Architectural Studios in their studio. Janusz Dulinski answered our questions, briefly and to the point.

Janusz Duliński graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Cracow University of Technology, where he worked as an assistant in the Department of Industrial Design from 1983 to 1986. Since 1990, together with Jacek Czech and Piotr Wróbel, he has been running the design office APA Czech Duliński Wróbel in Cracow. Co-author, among others, of the building of the Faculty of Computer Science at AGH University of Science and Technology and the passenger terminal at Rzeszów-JasionkaAirport.

1. architecture in three words...?

a. Structure.
b. Function.
c. Order.

2. The three most important buildings to you...?

a. Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers.
b. Kansai Airport, Osaka, proj.: Renzo Piano.
c. Barcelona Pavilion, proj.: Mies van der Rohe.

3. the most important book on architecture...?

Airport Development Reference Manual (ADRM).

4. most inspiring city and why...?

New York City.

5. Architect you would like to design something with and why...?

Norman Foster.

6. hand drawing or computer drawing?


7. mockup or 3D model?

Definitely a 3D model.

8. Modernism or postmodernism?


9. Working after hours or sports?


10. architecture or business?

In my age, business.

APA Czech-Dulinski-Wrobelstudio opens for you already on November 21 at 5 pm.
See you there!

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