Adam Tadeusz Kowalewski, Polish architect. Recipient prizes architectural competitions. Member Association Polish Architects (vice president 1978-1981), Town Planners Society Poland, International Commission Architectural Critics (director associate since 1981), CICA, Salzburg Congress on Urban Planning and Development, International Society City and Regional Planning.
Master of Architecture, Warsaw Technology University, 1963, Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, 1989. Supervising engineer Warsaw Builder Consortium, 1964-1966. Designer Palle Suenson Study, Copenhagen, 1967-1968.
Team leader Communal Design Office, Warsaw, 1968-1972. Executing director Warsaw Planning Office, 1973-1981, chief planner Warsaw Metropolitan Area, 1972-1981. United Nations expert, architect UNCHS (HABITAT) Nairobi, posted in Tripoli, Libya, 1981-1985.
Scientist Polish Academy of Sciences, 1986-1989, under secretary ministry physical planning and construction, since 1989.
- Scientist Polish Academy of Sciences, 1986-1989, under secretary ministry physical planning and construction, since 1989. Contributor chapters to books, articles to journals.