Koszykowa 61,
00-667 Warszawa


The BJERG Architecture department in Warsaw, was established in 1995.

The department has - in close collaboration with the Danish departments - since the beginning had a sharp focus on participation in architectural competitions for the development of sustainable Polish buildings and has, among other things, together with a major Polish design studio in 2014 won the competition for the expansion of an old Jewish synagogue, and transformed the building into a sustainable new town hall in the Polish city of Bialystok.

In the recent years we have completed an energy efficient timber nursery in Namysłów, a prefabricated modular steel passive house kindergarten in Podkowa Leśna, and an unique CLT house in Żółwin.

Based on Bjerg Arkitektur's extensive experience in sustainable and energy-optimized construction, the department is also currently participating in a number of major development projects that reflect Poland's ongoing green transformation.