Tomasz joined MJP in 2007, was promoted to Senior Architect in 2013 and Associate in 2015. He has worked on complex multi-phased projects involving the re-use of existing buildings as well a number of campus masterplans. He is currently the Project Architect for the Jersey International Finance Centre offices in St Helier.
Tomasz has worked on the University of Birmingham Development Plan since 2010 and has contributed significantly to gaining the planning permission for the extensive redevelopment of the campus. This complex planning application covered over 20 projects of different scale and impact, including the major redesign of the centre of the campus. He also coordinated the technical drawings and documents for the award winning University of Birmingham Steambridge.
He worked on the West Cambridge Phase 3 Infrastructure Project as part of ongoing work to the University of Cambridge West Cambridge Masterplan and was part of the team for One Harrow, a £143m FE college in North West London.
Tomasz was project architect for the refurbishment of the Modern Records Centre and Main Library (Phase Two and Three complete with Phase Four currently in design) at the University of Warwick as well as for a new build modular Nursery and Social Facility.
These projects required a high degree of negotiations, flexibility and communication in order to develop a design with involvement from a number of university representatives, often with diverse requirements and priorities.
Prior to his work at MJP Architects, Tomasz worked on the Hereford Learning Village and number of retail projects across the UK. He also worked on the villages development planning and mixed use schemes in Central Poland and a mixed-use city centre development in Lodz including 300 new homes
Writing and Teaching
Tomasz writes for architectural journals, academic conferences and design oriented websites, in English, French and Polish. He worked as an urban planning tutor at the University of Lodz and has been a visiting critic at the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the University of Bath.
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