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Agata Olszewska (Panel Mentee)

Agata is a Project Architect at a historic conservation practice James Mackintosh Architects in the Cotswolds. She has worked across the UK, working in Glasgow and London before moving to Oxford in 2020. Agata is a RIBA chartered architect with a passion for contemporary design, while following the SPAB philosophy of the retention of historic fabric. Creating respectful contemporary alterations with carefully considered well-crafted detailing and high quality materials. Agata loves getting to know an historic building and responding through thoughtful and respectful design, preserving a buildings values and memories so that they remain legible and purposeful for years to come.

Agata qualified from the Mackintosh School of Architecture with a first-class degree and Diploma and then continued on to obtain her professional qualifications at the University of Westminster.