Malgorzata Zboinska

Associate Professor, Creative Leader for ACE Robotic Fabrication Laboratory, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Division of Architectural Theory and Methods

Malgorzata Zboinska is an associate professor in digital design, fabrication and new media art. She holds a PhD in digital architectural design with focus on esthetics and design vocabularies. She is an EU-licensed architect, a member of the Swedish Association of Architects and the National Chamber of Architects of Poland. In 2016-2019, she led an artistic research project on new esthetic approaches to designing interactive architectural environments - 'Architectural Convertibles', funded by the Swedish Research Council Vetenskapsrådet. In 2018-2020, she was a Work Package Leader in a project on robotic 3D printing using biobased composites 'Would Wood', funded by Sweden’s Innovation Agency Vinnova. Currently, she is responsible for the development of the ACE Robotic Fabrication Laboratory as its Creative Leader and Main Robot Instructor.

Malgorzata’s research centers on artistic aspects of digital architectural design, spreading over a range of related themes, including applied esthetics, craft, material agency, creative robotics and digital fabrication, user experience design, esthetics of interaction, interactive architecture design and architectural research methodology, especially the artistic research and research by design methods.

Her research is regularly presented in journals and conferences in Europe, North America and Asia. Her artistic work was showcased in Sweden and abroad, with the most important exhibitions at the Tempe Center for the Arts in the USA, Dutch Design Week in the Netherlands, Gdynia Design Days in Poland, Färgfabriken Center for Contemporary Art and Architecture in Stockholm, and the AHA! Festival of Art and Science in Gothenburg, Sweden.

​ARK375 - Material models of architecture

ARK123 - Matter, space, structure

ARK064 - Restoration and urban revitalization

AFT081 - Architecture and space design


​ErasmusCooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices, Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education - research project "Mapping, Reflecting and Developing PhD-by-Design Programs". Collaborating universities: KU Leuven, University of Liechtenstein, Bergen School of Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology. Project leader at Chalmers: prof. Fredrik Nilsson.

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