The studio was established by Joanna Skórzyńska ( now Joanna Czetwertyńska Guibourge) – architect, a graduate of the University of Technology of Warsaw, Faculty of Architecture. Joanna Skórzyńska has worked in a number of renowned studios, both in Poland and abroad: Baixa Atelier de Arquitectura in Lisbon, Estudio Lamela in Warsaw and in Madrid, Christian Kerez Architekt in Zurich. She has been involved in a number of projects including: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw in Christian Kerez architectural studio, extension of football stadium Real Madrid in Spain with architect Carlos Lamela’s team and realization of skyscraper Złota 44 designed by architect Daniel Libeskind. She is the co-author of, among others, the built stadium for football club “Cracovia” in Cracow, which has won many awards and honors.
Joanna Skórzyńska is a licensed architect and is a member of the Polish Chamber of Architects since 2013 and member of the Polish Architects Association from 2017. In 2014 she established her own studio in Warsaw, where she works on various projects, including interiors and furniture, as well as buildings of public and private use and even small urban complexes. The studio realizes projects for both individual clients and public institutions.