Bartosz Trzop

Bartosz Trzop

architect, founder and president of the management board of the Trzop Architekci architectural studio


In 2003, he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. In 2013, he obtained unlimited building license in the speciality of architecture.

He has been working as an architect since graduation, founding in 2007 the Trzop Architekci studio, where a team of 20 implements mainly fit-out projects in Poland and abroad. Currently, the portfolio of the studio includes conceptual and executive designs of office spaces with a total area of over 250,000 m2.

Enlisted as a member of the Mazovian District Chamber of Architects of the Republic of Poland, member of the Association of Polish Architects [SARP]. Speaker and participant at numerous conferences in the architectural industry, incl. Property Design Forum or Green Warsaw Conferences, author of industry publications.

He was responsible for carrying out and coordinating the design processes for the following clients: Erbud SA, Dentsu Aegis Network Polska, Stanley Black and Decker and SAGE (in the design & built system for Tetris), Brain Embassy, OLX Group, Burda International Poland, CEDC International, DANONE: Nutricia Polska and Żywiec Zdrój, Accenture, SMYK, HL TECH, ERGO Digital IT, Polish Development Fund, Santander, L’Oréal and Microsoft.

In 2017, the Trzop Architekci studio won the CBRE Office Superstar award in the Best Technology Office category for the OLX Group project and in the Best Coworking Office category for the Brain Embassy project. In 2018, the CEDC International project was awarded in the International Property Awards competition in the Best Office Interior in Poland category. Two years in a row, the TA studio also won an award in the Eurobuild Awards competition in the Workplace Arrangement of the Year category – in 2017 for the Brain Embassy co-creating project, and in 2018 for the CEDC International project. In 2019, the L’Oreal House Warsaw project received the Prime Property Prize in the Commercial Space category and a distinction in the PLGBC Green Building Award competition in the Best Sustainable Interior category, the Microsoft office project was awarded for the Best Office in the Technology Sector in the CBRE Office Superstar competition, and the Curtain House was awarded in the 23rd edition of the POLISH CEMENT IN ARCHITECTURE competition organized by the Association of Polish Architects in cooperation with the Association of Cement Producers.

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