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WWAA Architects was founded in late 2007 by Natalia Paszkowska and Marcin Mostafa (both architects educated in Warsaw). Marcin Mostafa and Natalia Pszkowska have been collaborating since 2005, currently as studio WWAA Architects. In their projects they care for the modern and oryginal formal experssion of architecture in the meantime looking for new, interesting ways of functionality designed facilities, buildings and spaces around them. Their interest is mainly creating buildings through making use of uncommon material and space solutions carefully polished up. In 2008 they together with 137kilo were first in the competition for the Służewiec Community Centre.
By 2010 they had been joined by Boris Kudlička, whose professional background was predominantely stage and exhibition design. The very first projects include Polish Pavilion for Expo in Shanghai in 2010 and Cultural Centre in Warsaw (both as a result of winning a competition). Since then, WWAA Architects has managed to carry out many projects both in strictly architectural field, and on its not-so-well defined borders, such as exhibitions, temporary pavilions, stage design and installations. The practice is also involved in research and study projects, especially within its mother city.