Grzegorz was born in 1980. Grzegorz is an architecture critic and curator based in Warsaw, currently chairman of Fundacja Centrum Architektury – a non-governmental organization positioned at the forefront of the debate on architecture and cities in Poland. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at Politechnika Warszawska, staff editor at the magazine Architektura-murator between 2005-2011 and contributor to numerous dailies, magazines, and books. He was also an artistic director of Warsaw European Capital of Culture 2016 bid and served as public spaces officer at the City of Warsaw. He curated numerous architecture-related cultural projects, e.g. Le CorbusYear, devoted to Le Corbusier’s influence on Polish cities. He has been awarded Golden Lion for Best National Pavilion for co-curating exhibition Hotel Polonia at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

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