Partners in Poland
Our polish office is located in Warsaw’s Old Zoliborz. It is run by architects Agata Jurkiewicz and Andrzej Kurylek, who deal with designing since the mid-90s. Our current cooperation has continued since 2006, including the Russian and Polish market. Starting from 2009 we are running a private architectural practice as Architects Q44. The remaining composition of our team is variable, depending on individual projects, the degree of their complexity and scale. We collaborate with a range of proven and trusted designers and consultants in the field of architecture and engineering.
Architect Agata Jurkiewicz involved in the architectural design since 1995. Graduated from Wroclaw University of Technology, faculty of architecture. Advanced Diploma in Professional Practice in Architecture – Architect IARP (equivalent to RIBA part 3). Member of the Polish Chamber of Architects and Association of Polish Architects, Wroclaw branch. Finished Postgraduate studies in Efficiency and Competitiveness of Enterprises at University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Sciences. Gained experience on Polish market and an unique long term experience on the market of Russian Federation. Fulfilled key functions of GIP and GAP on many Russian projects. Managed the design process of projects in Moscow, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Podolsk. Worked also as a designer and architect on site on the construction of the first hypermarkets in Russia. Co-founder of an architectural office FORM in Moscow, of which she was a partner in 2005-2009. Experienced in the design of retail architecture, logistic complexes, hospitality venues. Currently cooperates also with SUD Architekt Polska.
Architect Andrzej Kurylek involved in the architectural design since 1995. Graduated from Warsaw University of Technology, faculty of architecture and Gdynia Maritime University, faculty of navigation. Advanced Diploma in Professional Practice in Architecture – Architect IARP (equivalent to RIBA part 3). Member of the Polish Chamber of Architects, Association of Polish Architects, Wroclaw branch and the Society for the Care of Historical Monuments, Warsaw branch. Finished Postgraduate studies in Project Management at Warsaw School of Economics. Nearly twenty years of professional experience on Polish and on Russian market as well. Worked with the design of hospitality venues, healthcare, housing, retail, mixed-use and office buildings. Interested in issues of combining architecture and other fields of engineering. Especially objects related to the offshore industry and the development of specialized transport infrastructure. Privately involved also with the aviation industry. Member of the Warsaw Aero Club since 1997, airplane and glider pilot, graduated from Aviation and Space Science on Polish Air Force Academy in Deblin.