Agata studied at the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Brighton. Her architectural career stems from an interest in drawing and she is passionate about the potential to explore design and graphics within this context. Originally from Poland she came to the UK attracted by the creative approach to the teaching of architecture, which suits her multi-talented skill set.
In 2018 she was an RIBA Bronze Medal nominee as well as the winner of an RIBA South East Student Award.
Agata has an ability to visualise projects and this combined with creativity and excellent design skills brings an individuality and insight to her work at Morrow + Lorraine. For the major conservation project Buckingham Palace Road, she produced an illustration depicting how the building might look in 20 years’ time. Her illustration of a sustainable vision for London – a collaboration with Stephanie Crombie – was published in ‘New London Architecture: 40 Best Ideas for London’.
Her ideas and drawing skills were an integral part of the team’s work, for the early stages of an exciting community regeneration scheme in Croydon, Taberner House. She is an energetic organiser for Morrow + Lorraine’s social and cultural events, including being an important member of the team that organised our open-studio event as part of the London Festival of Architecture in 2019.