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Ewa P. Porębska

Warszawa (Poland)

@porebska_ewa

Ewa P. Porębska

Architect and architecture critic. Former member of the Prize Jury (2016-2018). Member of the Prize’s Board of Experts (2010-2014 and 2022).

Since 1994, editor-in-chief of the Architektura-murator, the leading Polish architectural monthly magazine.

Originator and co-creator of numerous architectural exhibitions, events and conferences, author of numerous articles, guest lecturer (Europe, Asia, United States), also consultant of several urban scale projects (Europe, Asia). Author of the concept of the periodic LIFE IN ARCHITECTURE competition for the best buildings constructed in Poland after the fall of communism. Committed to popularizing the highest standards of world architecture for almost 40 years, for which she has been awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta and medals from the Polish Association of Architects (SARP) and the Krakow University of Technology.

Member of many international and domestic opinion-forming bodies including the board of the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław and the Polish Council of Architecture; she has been also a jury member for the European Union Mies van der Rohe Award and Barcelona’s World Architecture Festival. 

Member of the jury of the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2016, 2018. Member of the expert committee from 2010 to 2014 and 2022.

Last updated: January 2022

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