City planner, co-founder of A2P2 architecture & planning and lecturer at Gdansk University of Technology. He was a tutor during workshops in Ukraine, Russia, Georgia and Belarus. The A2P2 office, owned by Lukash, is involved in complex urban projects, including large-scale master planning, public space design, and collaborative design and public participation. A2P2 participated in the development of plans for 16 hectares of the Imperial Shipyard in Gdansk, together with Heinich Larsen and BBGK. The company was also responsible for the general planning of the new 160-hectare residential area in Byalolek, Warsaw, at the request of the metropolitan local government. The company also developed the first common space in Gdynia. In its work, A2P2 often draws on the potential of a multidisciplinary team to test and offer unconventional, first-rate urban solutions.