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Conrad Koslowsky

Conrad Koslowsky

Design Teaching Fellow


Biography:

With a background in construction, development, liberal arts, and photography, Conrad Koslowsky completed his degree at the Architectural Association in London. Having recently founded Conrad Koslowsky Architects, he is currently working on a project for a children’s housing charity, as well as a number of residential projects in London and a lake house in Canada.

His work has been nominated for an RIBA President’s Medal, and he has been the recipient of the Eileen Gray Scholarship, the Marjorie Morrison Award, and the Nicholas Boas Travel Scholarship for the British School in Rome.

As an educator, Conrad has taught courses at Oxford, Camberwell, and the Architectural Association, and his independent research projects have been exhibited in galleries in Japan, Canada, and the UK. He is currently a Design Fellow on the MAUD course.