My name is Adrian Krężlik.
I am an architect, designer and academic lecturer, PhD candidate and researcher at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto.
After graduating I started working for Zaha Hadid Architects in London developing a large scale project in China, Saudi Arabia and Europe. In 2011 I moved to Mexico and worked for Fernando Romero and Michel Rojkind, again I develop avantgarde design scheme for multiple scale projects in Latin America and USA.
In 2015 I got back to Europe, co-founded Architektura Parametryczna, the largest Polish platform dedicated to professional and academic courses on technology and design and in 2017 I co-founded a Berlin start-up Parametric Support that has developed strategies for environmental optimization for architecture. Since 2016 I am a member of Terytoria Kultury collective.
Since 2015 I have taught design and robotic fabrication at the School of Form in Poznan (Poland), in 2017 and 2018 I worked at Weißensee Kunsthochschule as an adjunct. I have been tutoring in multiple architectural summer schools and design workshops such as OSSA, Architektur, Parametric Summer School. I have been invited with guest lectures to Bratislava Design Days, Gdynia Design Days, Belgrade Architecture Week, Archiday, also I have been invited with guest lectures at the Technical University of Berlin, the Technical University of Warsaw, the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk and many more.
I am an author of webinars for rese-arch that cover the topic of urban, landscape and architectural optimisation.
Occasionally I write for magazines and web portals, so far I published for archisnob, Arquine, autoportret, Architektura i Biznes to list some.
Currently, I am working on the topic of Underperforming Architecture and simultaneously developing the idea of Vernacular Mimicry in architecture and design.