Jan Piotrowicz specializes in residential and commercial interior architecture and design, restaurants, retail and events, landscape architecture and gardens photography.

He has undertaken a range of assignments within the UK and also worldwide for an array of clients within a wide assortment of specific residential or commercial project briefs.
Piotrowicz aims to create a clean and coherent look among his assignments while maintaining the unique features and details of particular projects. He strives to create or enhance a striking image of the company’s work through his pictures. His style can be described as clean, airy, sharp and bright.

Jan holds a BA Hons degree in Photographic Media from Lancaster University that allowed him not only to gain more experience in the field but also unite his passion for architecture and urban planning with that of photography.
He shoots digitally, and professional retouching and post production is all part of the service.

Jan’s recent clients include Patalab, 3DReid, Studio Gossamer, Aedas, Spatial Design Architects, JohnMcCall Architects, Heterarchy, Marianna Wilford Interiors and more.

His work has been published and featured on many printed and online resources including Channel 4 News, BBC News, Casa Vogue, Elle Décor, SelfBuild & Design, Velvet Cell publications, Urbanautica, GUP magazine, Inhabitat, Scopionetwork, Anotherplacemag, Naturaeproject and more.

His work was also involved in exhibitions:
“Sensitive Geometries” Secondhome Gallery, Berlin
“si:miotiks” Arena Gallery, Liverpool
“14/15” Kraak Gallery, Manchester 

Copyright and Usage

The copyright for all photography remains with the photographer. The images are licenced to the client upon payment.
Images may not be distributed to a third party without the prior authorization of the photographer. Shared commissions are permitted but this needs to be indicated prior to the photography.
All published images belong to © Jan Piotrowicz
Publication without photographer’s accreditation is not permitted.
For further information on commissioning, copyright, publication or library sales please get in contact.

+ 44 (0)07450 663 832 


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