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The BJERG Architecture’s Department in Warsaw, currently has 6 Polish employees, and was established in 1995 after a couple of years of cooperation with a Polish architect.
Since its inception, the department has had a strong focus on participation in architectural competitions on the development of sustainable Polish buildings, and has, among other things, together with a larger Polish office in 2014 won the competition for the expansion of an old Jewish synagogue transformed into a sustainable new town hall in the Polish city of Bialystok. BJERG Architecture has a project with the VELUX Foundation, building a day care center for children, which is designed by Passive House Standard and 3 other projects on the drawing board in the form of a Town Hall, School and Gymnasium in Rakow.
Based on BJERG Architecture's extensive experience in sustainable and energy-optimized design and construction, the department is also active as a participant in several major development projects that reflect Poland's ongoing green change.