About TPD&A


TPD&A has been founded by Boguslaw Witkowski in 1989.

TPD&A is specialised in Town Planning Design and Architectural design of office and commercial complexes, corporate headquarters, public utility buildings and housing.

Since 2004 a member of iiSBE – International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment.

Boguslaw F. Witkowski – Lead Architect

Master engineer architect

Collaborators architects taking part in the projects since 2002 :

Present Collaborators

Maciej Starewicz Architecture CAD Assistant

Ewelina Wawrzusiszyn Architecture CAD Assistant

Daniel Gola Architecture CAD Assistant

Past Collaborators

Zuzanna Jakubczyk

Maciej Starewicz

Beata Lisiewska

Dominika Janicka

Zofia Basista

Joanna Plak

Beata Lisiewska

Dominika Janicka

Zofia Basista

Joanna Plak

Urszula Medes

Jakub Skalik

Piotr Wagner

Pawel Kolbusz

Georges Krawczyk

Nico Leysen

Marek Morawski

De Wilde Sébastien

Cezary Kotowicz

Nicolas Vanlock

Rénald Pensaert


Elmar Hess Structure

Alain Pierre Acoustics

Tim Thornton HVAC & Sustainability

Boguslaw Franciszek Witkowski MEA, educated in the Polytechnic School of Gliwice in Poland, is a founder and responsible of the Town Planning Design & Architecture (1989). In the past (1970-1989) he has participated in the numerous international projects in Spain, Belgium, Iraq (International Airport of Barcelona and the Headquarters of the S.W.I.F.T. Bank in La Hulpe for Taller de Arquitectura Ricardo Bofill and Athletic College of the de Baghdad University for TAC-USA…), student campus for the Gabon University and prefabricated modular housing clusters realized in the seismic zone subjected to the mining damage in High Silesia in Poland.

His further development in the frame of the TPD&A is oriented not only towards the « more modest » one family, housing but also towards the more important clusters in the frame of the numerous international town planning and architectural design competitions.

Through the projects developed in the past, the major tendency of TPD&A is the achievement of the sustainable development and energetic goals. They remain the principal preoccupation and source of inspiration for the more recent and actual projects.

The selected in 2003 project « Osaka Suspended Gardens » , presented to the International Concept Competition in the Northern Osaka Station Area, or the awarded project for « St Mark’s Canadian Coptic Village » international competition in Toronto, or the awarded in South Korea project presented to the International Design Competition for « Revitalization of Guangbok Street & P.I.F.F. Plaza » in Bussan and recently the 1st Prize project for the Brussels’s Waterfront Area « Brussels Hills on the Beach », express better this commitment to the sustainable development.

The recently short listed project for the New Silk Road Park – East European Section in Xi’an demonstrates his particular interest for the Chinese culture.

The theme « Evolution of Chinese Town », developed in the frame of the doctoral thesis at the Louvain-la Neuve University in 1983-1986 created the basis of his future evolution. His cultural background and communication capacities (in French, Polish, Russian, English, Chinese, Spanish and German…) make him particularly sensitive and open to the architectural international realities.

He collaborates currently with a young creative and professional team and is advised by the experienced engineers.

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