Principal of Bulanda Mucha Architekci, Poland
“New and old design relationship- revitalisation on city historical library warsaw”
Second prize in the competition for the plastic & spatial concept of the Museum of Polish History
Andrzej Bulanda, born in 1955, in Warsaw is an architect, designer and partner at Bulanda & Mucha Architects. He graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology’s Faculty of Architecture and Land Engineering in 1984 and earned an architecture degree from the University of Detroit in 1983.
He was a Kościuszko Foundation scholarship recipient as a visiting scholar at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and held a visiting professor position at Penn State University.
He has garnered professional experience in West Berlin (under Ferii Otto and Rolf Gutbort, 1979-81), Boston (at Benjamin Nutter Architects, 1986-87), New York and Grenoble (Groupe 6, 1989-90).
Since 1991 he has headed Bulanda & Mucha Architects in Warsaw with co-founder Włodzimierz Mucha.
He is the co-creator of many award-winning competition designs and completed works, including the BRE Bank building in Bydgoszcz, the Old Paper Mill in Konstancin-Jeziorna, the Sports Hall in Konstancin-Jeziorna, the Cameratta complex at Eko-Park in Warsaw, the expansion of a Public Library building in Warsaw, the Prudential tower in Warsaw, the Kazimierz Pułaski Museum in Warka, the Koneser complex in Warsaw, and Rother’s Mills in Bydgoszcz.
He has won numerous awards and competitions, as well as authored many articles and publications in industry press such as Architektura-Murator, and Architektura & Biznes and “Conversation about architecture” — interview with a professor Jerzy Sołtan (GSD Harvard).