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Andrzej Blonski: Director

Brief career history

Andrzej Blonski trained at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and qualified in 1972. He joined Peter Moro and Partners in 1974 and was made a partner in 1979.

With Peter Moro, Andrzej Blonski was project architect for the Theatre Royal, Plymouth (completed in 1982), and theatre architect for the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts (1986).

Andrzej Blonski set up his own practice in 1988, after the retirement of Peter Moro and continued to collaborate with his former partner Michael Heard on selected projects, including the award - winning Milton Keynes Theatre and Gallery.

The practice is known in particular for its designs for Theatres for the performing and visual arts, Andrzej Blonski has acted as a consultant on several large international projects including the Birmingham Symphony Hall, Birmingham Convention Centre, Istanbul Concert Hall and the Galaxy Theatre which was a new build Theatre and Arena in Macau , where he worked on the master plan and feasibility study. More recently, the practice is working in a client advisory capacity for the Unity Square Project, commissioned by the London Borough of Redbridge and on a major development in Tanzania of the Kilimanjaro Conference and Exhibition Centre.