Zbigniew Pszczulny

Dipl.-Ing. Architect

Founder and Executive shareholder

Zbigniew Pszczulny, born in 1953 in Thorn (Poland), received his architecture degree from TU Danzig. After working at Maistoprojekt in Thorn, he was employed for seven years at HPP Architekten in Dusseldorf. In 1988, he became a partner at the architecture firm JSK Düsseldorf, where he, Jurek M. Slapa and Helmut Oberholz were shareholders from 1990 to 2010. His responsibilities at JSK included the planning for Dusseldorf Airport 2000 plus and the Esprit Arena Dusseldorf (2004). In 2010, the office separated from the JSK Group and proceeded to operate as slapa oberholz pszczulny, sop | architekten. Zbigniew Pszczulny is also a shareholder of JSK Architekci in Poland, which he founded in 1998 and which collaborates with sop | architekten. His current international references include the UEFA EURO national stadiums in Warsaw and Wrocław, Copernicus Airport Wrocław, Gdańsk Airport and the Orjin Maslak office tower in Istanbul.

1953 Born in Thorn (Poland)
1970 – 1976 ​Studied architecture at TU Gdańsk
1976 ​Received degree under Prof. Anders, TU Gdańsk
1976 – 1980 ​Architect at Miastoprojekt, Thorn
1981 - 1988 Architect at HPP, Dusseldorf
1988 - 2010 ​Partner and shareholder, J.S.K. Architekten, Düsseldorf
1992 - 2010 Shareholder, J.S.K. Architekten, Frankfurt am Main
1995 – 2010 Shareholder, J.S.K. Architekten, Berlin
Since 1998  Founder and shareholder,  JSK Architekci, Warsaw
Since 2010  Shareholder slapa oberholz pszczulny | architekten (after the rebranding of J.S.K. Architekten, Düsseldorf)