PhD Architect, co-founder and partner in Biuro Projektów Lewicki Łatak architectural practice.
Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture, Kraków University of Technology (1990, doctoral thesis 1999). From 1992-99 he taught at the Urban Design Institute (Kraków University of Technology) and from 2003-2009 at the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts at Kraków Frycz Modrzewski Academy. Member of the Polish Association of Architects and Polish Chamber of Architects.
Since 1988 he has worked in partnership with Kazimierz Łatak. In 1995 they established the Biuro Projektów Lewicki Łatak, today a well known Polish architectural practice and winner of awards from archtectural competitions. These awards include most notably the Kraków designs such as Heroes of the Ghetto Square and Nowy Square, Cracovia Centennial Sport Hall, the Kazimierz – Ludwinów pedestrian and bicycle bridge over the Vistula river. The Heroes of the Ghetto Square also received honorable mention in the prestigious European Prize for Urban Public Space competition (Barcelona, 2006) and the Gold Award in the Urban Quality Award competition (Frankfurt am Main, 2011).
Lewicki is a member of the Board of Experts of the European Prize for Urban Public Space since 2016.
[Last update: January 2016]