Agata grew up in Poland and studied for four years in Warsaw, where she earned a Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture and Urban Planning from Warsaw University of Technology. She lived Boston for two years before moving to Seattle in the summer of 2018.
Agata has eight years of professional experience in architecture. She has designed multiple public-utility buildings and multifamily residential buildings, from initial conceptual design through construction documents. She has won three international architectural competitions. Agata’s portfolio includes fully completed projects in Africa (designing new cities in Ghana and the Democratic Republic of Congo), Poland (Day Care and Town Hall in Warsaw) and Jordan (new neighborhood for the expanding city of Aqaba). She has also completed numerous projects in other fields such as scenography, painting, and illustration.
Agata is currently working on the design of the Filipino Community Village Senior Housing and Innovative Learning Center.