Since our inception in 2004, Marek Wojciechowski Architects have been driven by the pursuit of quality - a belief that our surroundings directly influence the quality of our lives. We believe that new buildings and architectural innovation are only sustainable if they are entrenched in thoroughly rational analyses of function, context, materiality, and environmental impact.
Marek Wojciechowski Architects design by challenging, asking the right questions, and working closely with our clients to provide solutions that respond to their needs. Our team is young, ambitious and cosmopolitan. Together we speak 10 European languages and our work, although principally in Central London, can be found throughout the UK.
Today, Marek Wojciechowski Architects continues to expand, furthering our strong reputation for delivering new build architecture, and giving vibrant and sustainable life to old and historic buildings through adaptive, innovative interventions. We have also proved that old and historic buildings have extraordinary potential to adapt and contribute to home and business life in the 21st century. Our architecture is about delivering these vivid and dynamic connections; the synthesis of the old and the new, of ideas and aspiration, place and people.
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Highly commended in passing the diploma at University College London in 1998, Marek then worked in Hong Kong and Shanghai on a number of residential and arts based projects. Returning to London, he worked with John McAslan+ Partners on the redevelopment of the Royal Academy of Music in Regents Park before joining Dominic Williams on the award winning redevelopment of the Baltic Flour Mills, Gateshead. The projects he has been involved with have been widely published, and in 2004 Marek founded MWA.
Marek is a hugely experienced architect and a specialist in the residential property market. He is involved on a daily basis with planning authorities, major London estates, developers, and high-end agencies, giving clients initial stage advice and evaluation on property deals and the potential merits of individual sites. Additionally, he has particular expertise in the complexities of listed buildings and conservation areas.
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A graduate from the Queensland University of Technology and Auburn University’s Rural Studio, Robert has built up over 13 years of experience in Australia, the USA and the UK. Since joining MWA in 2008, Robert has focussed on London’s high-end residential property market, specialising in the unique needs of private clients in the development of their own homes and selected high-end multi-residential developments. Robert and his team work with our clients from the early Planning stages right through to the procurement and installation of bespoke furnishings. They deliver the fine attention to detail which is demanded of every project at MWA.
Robert has built up an impressive portfolio having overseen the successful completion of over 20 projects at the practice including Barbican House, Grosvenor Crescent Mews, Branch Hill, Melina Place I, Langford Place, Cranbourne Gardens and Queens Gate.
Adam joined MWA in 2008 becoming an Associate and then Director in 2014 with his main focus on running the companies design direction. Focusing at the front end of projects, Adam is constantly appraising new sites and buildings, producing feasibility studies across a broad spectrum of projects. Adam has vast experience working with Listed Buildings with emphasis on rationalising and improving efficiency whilst enhancing the historic fabric through subtle interventions. Recent projects include the restoration and extension of a listed John Nash terrace facing onto London’s Regents Park and the master plan for a 300,000sqft listed building in Berlin.
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Tori graduated from Newcastle University in 2011 before working in Melbourne, Australia on a number of high-end residential projects. She has worked at MWA since February 2012, obtaining her Part III from Westminster University in 2014, and is closely involved in many of our 'end user' client projects, including Melina Place, Elm Tree Road and St. John's Wood house.
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Tim qualified from University College Dublin in 2009, then gained extensive residential and commercial experience in Dublin before joining MWA in 2011. Tim obtained his Part III qualification at the University of Westminster in 2016 and works on many of our high-end residential jobs, such as John Street, Warwick Court and Gosfield Street.
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Peter studied at Manchester School of Architecture and London Metropolitan University for his Part I and Part II, before obtaining his Part III qualification at The University of Westminster. He joined MWA in September 2014 having previously worked on a number of private residential projects and large scale urban developments across London. Peter became an Associate in early 2018 and runs a number of our high-end residential developments.
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Rebecca studied at the University of Manchester before undertaking a year's work experience at an international architectural practice in Prague, Czech Republic. She joined MWA after graduating with Distinction from the Manchester School of Architecture in June 2014. Rebecca is involved in our feasibility and design development team, and recently obtained her Part III qualification with Distinction from London Metropolitan University.
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Megan joined MWA after graduating with Distinction from Queen’s University Belfast, where she was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal. Megan previously interned at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners in Shanghai where she contributed to a masterplan scheme in Chengdu, China, and a mixed use Tower in Beijing. She recently obtained her Part III qualification with Distinction from the University of Westminster and is involved in many of our end user client projects, including Elm Tree Road, Broadhurst Gardens and Clifton Hill.
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Lauren graduated with Distinction from the University of Manchester in 2014, where she was nominated for the RIBA Presidents Silver Medal. Prior to joining MW-A in 2016, Lauren gained extensive experience working at Dixon Jones. Lauren now works on a number of our high-end residential projects, including East Heath Road, Cavendish Square and Elm Tree Road.
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Sam graduated with a First Class Honours degree from the University of Auckland in 2013, after which he gained valuable experience working on a number of high-end private residential projects in New Zealand. Sam joined MW-A in 2016 and now works on a number of residential projects including Melina Place & Eaton House.
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Vanessa studied at the European Business School London. She began working at MWA in 2014 diverting from her previous career in Investment Banking and Real Estate Private Equity at Bear Stearns and Mission Capital respectively. Vanessa is currently involved in the company’s FF&E design team, working on projects such as Chester Square and Elm Tree Road.
Olivia joined MWA in the summer of 2017 after graduating from her Part 1 Architecture degree from the University of Bath. Over the last two years she has gained a range of experience on large scale commercial and residential projects during her placements.
Rawan graduated her Part II with Distinction from the Bartlett School of Architecture after completing her Part I with First Class Honours from the University of Bath. Prior to joining MWA in 2017, Rawan gained experience working at Amin Taha Architects in London and previously interned at offices in Bristol and Abu Dhabi. Rawan is involved in many end user and developer projects, including Primrose Hill Apartments and Great James Street.
Ludmille studied Architecture at L’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles and at IUAV in Venice. In 2012, she has worked for an NGO called Architectes de l’Urgence, on the reconstruction of family homes and health centres in Haiti, following the destructive earthquake in 2010. After graduating with Distinction, she started in a London-based practice, gaining experience on high-end residential and commercial projects. She joined MWA in June 2017 and now works on residential projects including Redington Road and Pember Road.
Siobhan works with MWA’s management team on all aspects of the Group’s financial management. She is partly project-focused, looking at project billing and costing - and partly focused on the MWA business, managing company cash flow, costing resources and the creation of management accounts. Siobhan is always pro-active, ensuring that smooth cash flow and profitability are consistently managed for the Group, covering internal and external staffing costs, as well as assisting in managing client accounts for the FF&E / residential interior design side of the business in support of projects. Siobhan joined MWA in 2013 from ESA Architects where she managed the financials of a 65 Architect firm building commercial and residential projects in central London.
Runze graduated with Distinction from Southeast University in China, after which he continued his studies in MPhil (Projective Cities) at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. He interned in ARCStudio, Singapore, where he contributed to several high-end residential projects in India and Singapore. He joined MW-A's feasibility team in 2015 and is responsible for visualizations for our commerical and residential projects.
Jiwon graduated with AA diploma degree from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. Jiwon has gained experience of practice at Wilkinson Eyre Architects where he worked on Battersea Power Station project. He joined MWA in 2018 as part of our feasibility team.
Laura graduated her Part II with Distinction from the University of Westminster. Prior to joining MWA in 2018, Laura gained experience working at Foster+ Partners, on large scale mixed-use project schemes across Asia. Laura’s broader interests extend to material research, digital fabrication and sustainable design. Laura now works on a number of high-end residential projects as part of the feasibility team.
Chloe joined MWA as a Part 1 Assistant in 2018 after graduating from the University of Nottingham with First Class Honours. During her study, she has gained experience on a range of new build, conservation and regeneration projects based in the Welbeck Estate and East London.