Andrzej Blonski Architects was formed in 1988 by Andrzej Blonski when his former practice, the Peter Moro Partnership, ceased on the retirement of Peter Moro, an eminent theatre architect. Andrzej Blonski continued his interest in buildings for the Arts, and the work of the practice developed through commissions for publicly funded arts projects and has since become an established leader in the design of spaces for the performing arts.


Projects include the award winning Milton Keynes Theatre and Art Gallery, the Stephen Pimlott building for Chichester Festival Theatre, and the recently reopened Playhouse in Derry; whilst

current projects include development works to the Bristol Theatre Royal, the oldest example of a Georgian playhouse still in existence. The practice has also brought its rigorous and socially

responsible approach to a wide variety of projects in other sectors including civic projects and regeneration, conservation, education, housing and master planning.

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