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Piotr Lewicki

Krakow (Poland)

Piotr Lewicki

Architect. Member of the Prize’s Board of Experts (2016-2024)

Piotr Lewicki is a co-owner of the studio Biuro Projektów Lewicki Łatak. The company, founded in 1995 by Kazimierz Łatak (born 1962) and Piotr Lewicki (born 1966), is the winner of numerous awards and distinctions, including the Krakow competitions for the redevelopment of the Ghetto Heroes Square, Princes Czartoryski Square, Nowy Square, Wolnica Square, for the design of the Cracovia Centennial Hall with the Disabled Sports Center, the Kazimierz-Ludwinów pedestrian and bicycle bridge, and the Busko Zdrój footbridge. They are also the authors of, among others, a multi-family apartment complex Corte Verona in Wrocław, the Flyspot Wind Tunnel in Morynear Warsaw, the remodelling of the Princes Czartoryski Museum in Krakow, and recipients of the most prominent architectural awards in Poland, including the Annual Award of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage in 2018, and the most important one, the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) Honorary Award in 2018.

Last update: January 2022