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    Wojciech JESKE

    ARCHITEKT IARP

     

    Born in 1983 in Poznan, Poland – he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Poznan University of Technology. Throughout the academic year 2006 – 2007 he studied at the French National Institute of Applied Sciences of Strasbourg, while at the same time he gained practical experience in Cabinet d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme Heintz-Kehr et Associés s.a.r.l.

     

    He worked for the renowned architecture firm Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l. in Luxembourg from 2007 to 2013, where he was engaged in projects of housing and office buildings, as well as in the transformation of the Court of Justice of the European Union. During this period, he worked as a project manager in two competition winning projects; the Museum of Polish History, Warsaw, Poland and the TGV Railway Station, Luxembourg.

     

    In 2012, he obtained his professional license upon passing the Polish state examination and the following year became a member of the National Chamber of Architects of the Republic of Poland (IARP).

    Bio

    2015

    Established JESKE ARCHITEKCI

    2012

    Obtaining his professional licence

    2007-2013

    Architect in Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg

    2007

    Granted the degree of Master of Science Engineer /Eng. Arch./

    2007

    Internship in Cabinet d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme Heintz-Kehr et Associés s.a.r.l., Strasbourg, France (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Strasbourg – INSA)

    2006-2007

    Studying at the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Strasbourg, France (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Strasbourg – INSA)

    2005-2006

    Internship in Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg

    2002-2007

    Studying at the Faculty of Architecture – Institute of Architecture and Physical Planning, Poznan University of Technology (Wydział Architektury Politechniki Poznańskiej, Kierunek Architektura i Urbanistyka)

    1983

    Born in Poznan, Poland

    Selected international competitions

    2014

    Student Residence HANKA, Poznań, Poland

    2012

    Belval Sports Center, Belval, Luxembourg

    (Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg – project team member)

    III Prize

    2009

    Museum of Polish History, Warsaw, Poland

    (Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg – project manager)

    I Prize

    2009

    TGV railway station, Cessange, Luxembourg

    (Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg – project manager)

    I Prize

    2008

    Maison du Nombre and Maison des Arts et des Etudiants, Belval, Luxembourg

    (Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg – project manager)

    2008

    Mountain Lift and Cableway, Grimentz, Switzerland (Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg – project team member)

    2007

    Swimming pool – steel structure, Strasbourg, France
    Student competition held under the auspices of the French Technical Office for the steel use (Office technique pour l’utilisation de l’acier – OTUA)

    II Prize

    2005

    Central station – a new city district, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

    (Paczowski et Fritsch Architectes s.a.r.l., Luxembourg – project team member)