Architect and Teacher, The Academy of Fine Arts /Gdansk

Jacek  is an architect, researcher and educator. He works on Dialogic Space project, its original urban and architectural design theory and methodology, as well as their practical application into Local Identity Codes, the professional tool for cities and architects. He co-authored “Delay(er)ing Façade” installation at 9. International Architecture Exhibition in Venice (with Dominik Lejman, an artist, and cooperators Monika Zawadzka and Marek Zygmunt, 2004) Recently Jacek is a Visiting Professor at The Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland, and is permanently affiliated with the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Poland. He taught architecture and urban design in various schools in both Europe and America, including Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA.

Since 2004 Jacek Dominiczak (together with Monika Zawadzka, architect and anthropologist) is working on SEAS’s Fast Urban Research project.

Favourite cultural space: one of the Stockholm waterfronts

Main source of inspiration: contemporary dance theater, recently