Ingarden & Ewý Architects Designer Profile
Ingarden & Ewý Architects is an award-winning designer with 2 featured award-winning projects.
Ingarden & Ewý Architects

Ingarden & Ewý Architects – architecture atelier established in 1998 by Kraków architects Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewý collaborating for over 20 years, first in JET Atelier, founded in 1991. The domain of Ingarden & Ewý are innovative public building and site designs, notably ICE Kraków Congress Centre (2014), Małopolska Garden of Arts (2012), Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Center in Kraków conducted in collaboration with Japanese architect Arata Isozaki (1994), the Polish Embassy in Tokyo (2001), the Polish Pavilion at EXPO 2005 in Aichi (2005), and plenty of sites in Kraków, including Wyspiański 2000 exhibition and information pavilion (2007), Rondo Business Park office centre (2008), Garden of Experience in the Polish Aviators Park (2008), and Library of the Pontifical University (2010). Besides public architecture, Ingarden & Ewý Atelier developed plenty of unorthodox residential, office, commercial, and industrial designs applauded by architects, investors, and users.

Malopolska Garden of Arts Performing arts centre & mediatheque
ICE Krakow Concert and congress centre