Krzysztof Ingarden (1957)
Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Kraków Technical University (PK) in 1982, doctorate in 1987. Holder of a doctoral internship at School of Art & Design, University of Tsukuba, Japan, in 1983–1985. In 1984–1985, worked at the atelier of Arata Isozaki in Tokyo, in 1987 – at J.S.Polshek & Partners in New York. Co-founder of JET Atelier (1991–2009) and Ingarden & Ewý Architekci (from 1998) managed together with Jacek Ewý. Since 2003, has lectured at the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts of Kraków College (KAFM) and was its Deputy Dean in 2003-2011, since 2010 foreign examiner at the Faculty of Architecture at Dundee University (UK). Since 2002, the Honorary Consul of Japan in Kraków.
Designer and co-designer of a few tens of sites, notably Małopolska Garden of Art in Kraków (2012), ICE Kraków Congress Centre, Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion in Kraków (2007), the Polish Pavilion at EXPO 2005 in Aichi, Japan (2005), Japanese Language School of the Manggha Museum (2004), papal altars in Kraków (1999, 2002), Library of the Pontifical University in Kraków (with J. Ewý), and the Polish Embassy in Tokyo (2001).
Curator of exhibitions: Poland – exhibition presenting honorary awards of the Union of Polish Architects (SARP) of 2009 and 2010, and the SARP Award of the Year, Tokyo, Japan; Polish Architects for Japan – ZG SARP Warsaw 2011; Arata Isozaki – Sketches and Drawings – Manggha Museum, Kraków 2009; 3-2-1 New Architecture in Japan and Poland – Manggha Museum, Kraków 2004.
Jacek Ewý (1957)
Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Kraków Technical University (PK) in 1983. In 1982–1989, was an assistant and later designer at municipal Miejskie Biuro Projektów atelier in Kraków. In 1977–1978, held a designing internship with GRM Kennedy & Partners in Edinburg (UK), and in 1986 – in Jan Noordman Architektenburo s’Hertogenbosch (the Netherlands). In 1987–1989 was a designer at the Miejskie Biuro Projektów, and in 1989, worked as senior designer for American Bechtel Ltd on a contract to build the petrochemical complex in Baghdad. Co-founder of JET Atelier (1991) and Ingarden & Ewý Architekci (since 1998) run together with Krzysztof Ingarden. Member of the jury in numerous architecture competitions.
Grzegorz Miąsko, Piotr Urbanowicz, Jacek Dubiel,
Joanna Bielawska-Ząbek, Sylweter Staniucha, Bartosz Kardaś,
Katarzyna Pikiewicz, Karolina Chmura, Anna Michalska, Jagoda Bogusławska, Małgorzata Postrach