We design authentic and accessible spaces that are deeply rooted within their contexts and change over time. The projects source from different disciplines and craft techniques. We co-design and engage local communities. We are interested in imperfections and primality of space. Our approach to the projects is to add and enhance rather than overdesign. Our work tackles the issues of time, process, change, third landscapes, grassroots bottom-up city making. We design public spaces, recreational areas, building surroundings, private gardens and temporary installations.
Marta Tomasiak has graduated with honors from Copenhagen University (Denmark) with masters diploma in landscape architecture and urban design, and engineering diploma from Cracow Technical University. In 2013 she was awarded a scholarship at Melbourne School of Design at Melbourne University (Australia). She practiced internationally, working with architects, landscape architects and urban designers in Belgium, France, Denmark, Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand. In 2014, collaborating with a non-for-profit organisation - Gap Filler, she researched issues of adaptive urbanisms and new ways of designing livable public spaces with community involvement in the post-earthquake context of Christchurch (New Zealand).