Jan Maciag RIBA
Jan studied architecture at the University of Westminster and the University of Toronto, Canada.
Following his graduation he worked as an assistant to Leon Krier and John Simpson before spending 3 years as an assistant architect to Quinlan Terry. He has been in his own practice, Jan Maciag Architects, since 1994. Based in Peterborough, the practice is used to carrying out project work throughout England.
The practice moved to the village of Great Gidding near Huntingdon in 2018 and became Folium Architects in 2019.
As a traditionalist designer, Jan first exhibited his work at the 1987 exhibition ‘Real Architecture’. In 1989 he received an honourable mention for his entry in the Rue de Laeken, Brussels, design competition. He won 2nd Prize in the 1996 Marsham Street Urban Design Competition and is a contributing architect for the proposed reconstruction of the Neumarkt in Dresden.
As well as working in his own practice, he has been a tutor at the Prince’s Foundation in London and is a past-Chairman, and Secretary of the Traditional Architecture Group at the RIBA.
Chris studied Architectural Technology at Nottingham Trent University, graduating in 2014, working part time at Jan Maciag Architects during his placement and final year studying.
Following graduation Chris became a full time member of the team as a Senior Architectural Technologist, working on jobs from inception through to contract administration on site. Working at Jan Maciag Architects, becoming Folium Architects in 2019, Chris has gained an extensive knowledge in traditional architecture, as well as technical construction and detailing.
Already a member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT), Chris is now working towards becoming a chartered member (MCIAT).