architect | interior designer | artist
Angelika Andrzejewska is an architect and interior designer born and raised in Warsaw, Poland. She completed both her Bachelors and Masters degree in Architecture and Urban Planning from the Warsaw University of Technology. She also spent some years studying in Milan at Politecnico di Milano, and then in Rome at Sapienza University. Her practice focuses on architecture, interior design, as well as her passion for illustration drawing. Andrzejewska worked as an interior designer in Poland at Robert Majkut Design, and a concept design architect at DiM’84, an award winning firm owned by Czeslaw Bielecki.
She is currently based in New York City, working as an interior designer in an architectural and design firm. She is also an AIA New York member as well as a member of SARP (The Association of Polish Architects). Her work was highlighted in Parsons New School of Design as an Impact Entrepreneurship Mentor. It has also been featured in many local Polish design websites, online shops, and most recently were mentioned in a few American publications.
Her series When in the West, based on her love and fascination for American western media, is an ongoing personal project that has led her to becoming a freelance illustrator, designing posters, and drawing commissions in her spare time.