Maria Golasowska after obtaining a Master degree in Architecture and Urban Planning (validated by RIBA) at the Krakow University of Technology, moved to London and joined renowned architectural practice Foster and Partners where she nurtured her design capabilities by experimenting architecture and urban design in worldwide locations and multi-cultural environments.
During this time, she had a unique opportunity to work on acclaimed masterplan projects such as Masdar City in Abu Dhabi and Blue City in Oman. Those projects became a breakthrough in the field of sustainability and managed to achieve a zero carbon – zero waste policies.
In August 2012 Maria joined Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners office to work on international competition for New Terminal T1-T3 at Lyon Airport. Several months later her team was announced a winner.
The next project she co-designed is Merano Residences tower – currently under construction at Albert Embankment, London.
Maria has also contributed to the acclaimed infrastructure project of High Speed 2, collaborating with Grimshaw Architects and is personally responsible for the design of public realm and urban landscape within new Euston Station.
Following her passion for residential towers, as well as interest in interior and furniture design, from 2014 Maria was helping GRID Architects to complete the design of Wood Wharf 37 storeys residential tower in Canary Wharf.
Maria is also fully qualified Part 3 Architect registered at the Architect’s Registration Board (ARB) in the United Kingdom (No.077808G) which allows her to undertake further responsibilities on any design project.
In 2012 Maria established her own design practice – MGDC LTD and is responsible for number of residential projects across the United Kingdom ,specialising in house modernisations and interior design for private clients.
In January 2016 Maria has joined forces of global consultation network – Plutos Power Team and is providing services in the field of residential architecture, site surveys and internal fit out for number of private developers.