Agata joined JoCowen Architects after graduating with distinction from the University of Westminster. During her time at the university, she researched biomimetic parametric systems and their potential architectural applications. In her first year of MArch Agata developed a
parametrically woven ecotourist village in Borneo made from palm oil plywood and replacing the current environment-destructing economy based on palm oil production. Then, for her thesis project, she researched the possibility of using swarms of small robots to design an innovation centre in Agbogbloshie E-Waste Scrapyard, using materials found on-site and designed for disassembly. Both of her projects addressed major environmental problems and proposed innovative solutions putting sustainability at heart.
Prior to her Part II studies Agata worked at Hawkins\Brown and WilkinsonEyre where she gained valuable experience across a range of projects varying in sizes, sectors and RIBA work stages. She was a member of both large and small teams with her project experience ranging from a museum in Morocco, residential towers in Australia, train stations in the UK and a masterplan in Singapore.
Agata is passionate about biomimicry and computational design, striving to push the boundaries of architectural design.