Bogue Trondowski, Architect and Principal of BTARCH+
Prior to establishing the firm, Bogue Trondowski worked for almost five years at Murphy Burnham Buttrick Architects on numerous institutional and residential projects. He also gained experience at the offices of Jambhekar Strauss PC (now part of FxFowle Architects, PC), McBride and Associates Architects and Platt Partners Architects. In addition, he has worked at the Harvard Urbanization Unit on urban planning projects in Eastern Europe and North Africa. During his Fulbright Grant in Poland in 1995 he taught at the Gdansk Polytechnic.
Bogue has achieved recognition for his work since the beginning of his career. His architectural projects have been published in Architectural Record, Architecture, Interior Design, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Professional Builder and Dwell. He graduated cum laude from Yale University in 1988 and received his Master of Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1997. .
Patrick Roche, Architectural Designer (BTARCH+)
Patrick Roche is an Irish architectural designer who has extensive international experience in a wide variety of projects including residential, heath care, commercial and small scale installations. He graduated from University College, Dublin in 2011 and has had his work published in numerous publications including Ultra Low Tech Architecture and Archdaily.com.
Anna Zietek, Graphic Designer (BTARCH+)
Anna Zietek received her degree in Theatre Criticism from the Warsaw Theatre School in 1996. Following her arrival in United States she changed her career path. She has worked as a graphic designer at Harvard University and NYU before establishing her own firm, Zitron Design, in 2002. Zitron Design is a sister company of BTARCH+.
Wojciech Zaborniak, Architect and Prinicpal of WZA+
Wojciech Zaborniak has 15 years of professional experience and is licensed in Poland and Norway. He holds a master degree from the Gdansk Polytechnic and has studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen. Before establishing T-33 Architekci partnership in 2004, he worked in ADS Jacek Dominiczak and Bystrup Architekten in Copenhagen. In the beginning of 2014 he started his new firm, WZA+. Wojciech is also currently a visiting critic at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Poland and has been a visiting critic at a number of architectural schools in Poland.
Pawel Abramowicz, Architect (WZA+)
Pawel Abramowicz graduated in 2001 from the Gdansk Politechnic. He has more then 10 years of professional experience and is licensed in Poland. In addition to his extensive architectural design and documentation experience he also draws on his construction administration and management skills gained during two years at Hochtief Polska, S.A., a major construction company. Pawel has gained recognition for his design work in a number of international competitions.
Dorota Cichon, Architectural Designer (WZA+)
Dorota Cichon graduated with a degree in Urban Planning and Architecture with a minor in Land Engineering and Environmental Studies from the Gdansk Polytechnic in 2010. She has also completed the Sustainable Community Development Program at Uppsala University in Sweden. Dorota has won a number of awards for her graphic design work, her other passion.
Hubert Gajda, Adam Wasilczyk, Robert Gajda, Architectural Assistants (WZA+)