Speaker Profile

Natalia Paszkowska

Co-founder, WWAA architectural practice

Natalia Paszkowska (b. Katowice, Poland, 1981):

Architect, co-founder of WWAA architectural practice with Marcin Mostafa (2007). She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Warsaw University of Technology (2008, promoter: prof. Stefan Kuryłowicz). Heads the work and involves in all of WWAA’s projects including Polish Pavilion for Expo 2010, residential buildings Rebel One (2013), Kamion Cross (2014), Służewski Culture Centre (2013), Media Centre Office in Warsaw (2015), exhibition design for Museum of Polish History (2011), The Gallery od Medieval Art at the National Museum in Warsaw (2013), „Miasto Mercedes” research project (2017), The Raffles Europejski Warsaw (2018) and many many more. She was seating at the General Comittee for Urban and Architectural development (Ministry of Infrustructure and Development) in 2014. Alongside design practice, she tutors during seminars for architecture students (OSSA 2008, 2010, NAAS, ASK 2010-11) and gives numerous presentations and speeches on architecture. She was awarded with Award of City of Warsaw, Architectural Award of „Polityka” magazine, individual prize from PKN Orlen in „Architecture and design” category among others.