MAciej graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture and joined STUFISH in 2010. Since then he has worked on a variety of projects through all stages across the globe.
MAciej employs a strong holistic design throughout his projects; balancing the multiple elements of building, context and program into a single narrative. He leads projects from creative inception, detailing and site review through to completion.
An example of MAciej’s work ethic is the award winning Dai Show Theatre in Xishuangbanna, China. The $290 million theatre was designed to address a bespoke water show from famed show director Franco Dragone, as well as the natural contextual beauty of Xishuangbanna.
The Dai Show Theatre & Dai Show provided a unique opportunity to design the theatre building as well as the set for the show, delivering all architectural and show elements for a theatre from the canopy-inspired roof to purpose-built stage elements.
MAciej was project architect on the Wuhan Movie Theme Park in Wuhan, China and also worked on the Han Show Theatre, both of which had their grand openings in September 2014. The Han Show features audience seats that move to reveal an 8m deep swimming pool and the largest ever movable LED screens.
MAciej more recently led the team on STUFISH’s winning competition submission for the renovation of the Keller Auditorium in Portland Oregon.
In addition to studio work MAciej also teaches at his Alma Mater and has been a guest critic at Westminster University in London and The ESAG Penninghen in Paris.