Młynarczyk Architekt is a dynamic architectural office set up in 2012 in Warsaw, Poland. We deliver urban planning, architectural and interior design services for public and private sectors. Studio focus on residential, mixed-use, refurbishment and industrial projects, providing wide range of consultancy and analytical services on the top of comprehensive design offer. Experienced design team is led by Wojciech Młynarczyk, architect with decade of professional experience, co-author of Semiconductor International Manufacturing Corporation headquarters in Shanghai.
We treat each project with equal attention and personal engagement. Company portfolio stretch from small residential projects to large scale mixed-use developments. Since 2015 we successfully operate in People’s Republic of China providing design and project management services.
We believe that the key role of architect to discover and reveal full potential of the project site. Once revealed it can fulfil investor and public contradictory interests, transforming investment into success. What makes the projects successful is great architecture but also contextual relation on spatial, functional, historical, social and economic levels. In our work we underline importance of contextual study following sustainable development principles.
Awards & Publications
2022/04 – II Prize in architectural competition for Court of Appeal and the Mazowieckie Voivodeship buildings in Warsaw
2021/12 – Award in competition “House in the Landscape”
2020/03 – Special Jury Prize – Eco-education Park Archietctural Competition, Bielsko-Biala, Poland
2018/12 – Article “Sustainable industrial architecture”, Production Manager magazine
2018/11 – I Prize in the competition for Town of Solec-Zdrój Refurbishment
2018/07 – “Polish Architecture in China”, Architektura Murator magazine
2018/08 – Jury special prize in competition for Old Market Square Refurbishment in Słupsk in Poland
2018/05 – “Polska Architecture” Exhibition in Chongqing, China
2018/05 – Lecture at Sichuan University in Chengdu “Sustainable industrial design”