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Aleksander Aleksy Grygorowicz

Aleksander Aleksy Grygorowicz, Polish architect, educator. Certified architect, Poland. Recipient prize Ministry Education, Warszawa, 1975-1981, The Cross of Rebirth of Poland of V Rank, 1990, of VI Rank, 2001, St. Mary Magdalene Order II award Greek Orthodox Metropolis, 1992, National Education medal Ministry Education, Warszawa, 1994, Research grant Committee Science Research, Warszawa, 1995-1997.

Background

  • Grygorowicz, Aleksander Aleksy was born on September 2, 1923 in Sarny, Volhynia, Ukraine. Son of Jan and Klaudia (Kuzniecow) Grygorowicz.

  • Education

    • Master of Science in Architectural Engineering, Technology University, Krakow, Poland, 1950. Doctor of Engineering in Architect, Technology University, Krakow, Poland, 1967.

    Career

    • Assistant Technology University, 1948-1951. Designer Town Project, Krakow, 1951-1965. Senior expert Management Town-Investments, 1965-1967.

      Lecturer Technology University, Gliwice, Poland, 1967-1975, assistant professor Poznan, Poland, 1975-1986, professor Poland, since 1986. Architect expert Polish Greek Orthodox Metropolis, Warszawa, Poland, since 1975. Member Polish group experts SCOPES, Warszawa, since 1985.

      Expert Society Polish Town Planners, Warszawa, since 1993, Minister Culture and Art, Warszawa, since 1993.

    Major achievements

    • Certified architect, Poland.

    Works

    • Author: Space Planning as Method Applied for Studies of Ancient Urban Settlements, 1976. Co-author: The Basics of Reconstruction of Early Medieval Residential-Fortificable Complex on Lednica Island, 1998. Author architectural projects of Greek Orthodox churches in Jalowka, cathedral of Hajnowka churches in Siemiatycze and Bielsk Podl.

      Co-author town planning project of agglomeration Jaworzno-Dabrowa-Szczakowa/Upper Silesia, 1957, competition project Landscape Park Lednica, 1990. Author general town planning project, Czarnkov, 1998, general project of protect landscape Tarnowo Padgorne, 1999-2001.

    Membership

    Member Consultation Council State Council, Warszawa, 1986-1988. Fellow Polish Architects Association, Society Polish Town Planners, Polisy Academy Science (architect and town planning committee 1993-1996), Polish Sailing Union (1st prize, O-Finn, Krakow 1952).

    Personality

    Interests

    Singing in chorus, baroque music, sea sailing.

    Connections

    • Married Janina Maria-Antonina Knaus, 1956 (divorced 1969). Married Krystyna Ramisz, 1969. Children: Wojciech-Jerzy, Klaudia.
    • father: Jan Grygorowicz
    • mother: Klaudia (Kuzniecow) Grygorowicz
    • spouses: Janina Maria-Antonina Knaus
    • Krystyna Ramisz
    • children: Wojciech-Jerzy Grygorowicz
    • Klaudia Grygorowicz
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    Born September 2, 1923
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    • 1950
      Technology University
    • 1967
      Technology University
    • 1948 - 1951
      Assistant, Technology University
    • 1951 - 1965
      designer, Town Project
      Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland
    • 1965 - 1967
      senior, expert Management Town-Investments
    • 1967 - 1975
      lecturer, Technology University
      Gliwice, Poland