Thomas Gliszczynski, RIBA
M.Sc.(Arch), Grad.Dipl.AA, ARB
Thomas studied architecture and design at Warsaw Technical University and at The Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, graduating with a First Class M.Sc. Degree, and receiving a Graduate Diploma AA two years later.
He was subsequently awarded a Research and Teaching Scholarship by the Queensland University following extensive exploration of his interest in historic buildings, interior design and sustainable energy-efficient architecture. This was followed by a period of teaching architecture and interiors in the UK.
Before setting up TAG Architects, Thomas worked with a variety of London and international practices including Sten Samuelson Architektkontor AB in Lund, Sweden, Department of Public Works in Sydney, Australia, Lawrence Barrett Lloyd-Davis Architects and Christopher Smallwood Architects, both in London.
Thomas has been able to apply his varied academic and professional experience whilst leading TAG Architects, focussing on the architecture and interiors of residential period buildings, architectural sustainability and construction management.
Thomas is a Chartered Member of the RIBA and is registered with the ARB.