architect, artist, academic teacher
PhD (summa cum laude) at Warsaw University of Technology
and the Technical University of Berlin
on the role of drawing in design.
Assistant in the Institute of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture at the Faculty of Architecture at Warsaw University of Technology.
Co-founder of the Polish Watercolour Society.
Participation in many architectural and urban projects in Poland designed using the charrette method (Warsaw: Szwedzka Street, Warsaw Uprising Square, Mokotów Field; Gniezno, Gdynia West, amongst others), as well as projects abroad (Belgium, Egypt, Russia, Romania, Germany, and USA).
Visualisations for architectural and urban planning offices.
Language knowledge: Polish, English, German, and Russian.
or How to Look with Understanding'
Polish Scientific Publishers PWN
'Freehand Drawingin the Context of Technological Changes'
Architectus, Nr (2)54
'Joanna Pętkowska. Akwarele. Watercolours.'
The Center for Advanced Studies
Warsaw University of Technology
'Nulla dies sine linea'
Centrum Łowicka, Warsaw
Museum of the History
of Warsaw University of Technology
OECD Embassy of Poland in Paris