Michal is a parametric designer and an entrepreneur fascinated by potential intersections of algorithmically generated design, distributed digital manufacturing and internet of things.
He is a co-founder of Tylko, a start-up which is on a mission to digitize the furniture industry. It’s one of the world’s first solutions combining Augmented Reality, mass customisation and local digital manufacturing on demand. Tylko launched at London Design Festival 2015 and attracted attention of an array of notable investors including Paua Ventures and Yves Behar.
As a parametric design consultant Michal creates custom software, scripts and parametric models which aid generation, management and fabrication of complex geometry. He works with award-winning designers such Joris Laarman. Collaboration with Joris includes microlattice: a series of 3d printed chairs which are now part of permanent collections of Moma New York and Vitra Design Museum.
Michal teaches parametric design at School of Form and tutored numerous workshops. He graduated from Warsaw School of Architecture, Iaac in Barcelona and Msc Adaptive Architecture and Computation at the Bartlett in London.