Like a kind of alchemy, the results of architecture can far exceed the mere collection of it’s parts.
But the mediocrity of convenience and fashion press in on us on all sides, eroding the sublime potential of individual expression.
If we can step outside of this, we can dream out loud…
Atelier BORONSKI is developing a strong and fluid design vocabulary across a diverse range of building types, that generates elegant, durable and dramatic buildings. Significant research and analysis is brought to bear on every project, often in collaboration with specialists from related fields. Evocative materials, intelligent engineering and environmentally sensitive strategies are all employed to bring our designs to life. The results we are striving for generate a built environment that is elegant, engaging and uplifting.
atelier BORONSKI is a bilingual design office based in Kyoto and directed by a New Zealand born architect educated in both NZ and Japan. Peter Boronski has received design awards in New Zealand, Japan and Taiwan. His works have been published in eight different languages and in over twelve different countries. With 15 years of professional experience and projects in six different countries atelier BORONSKI is well established, diverse and has accumulated significant depth.
1961 – Peter Boronski was born in Auckland, New Zealand
1977 – New Zealand National Skateboarding Champion
1984 – New Zealand National Team member at the Surfing World Cup in California. Ranked among the top 20 amateur surfers in the world
1992 – Graduated with first class honors from Auckland University School of Architecture
1993 – Awarded the Japan Ministry of Education Scholarship for post-graduate studies in Japan
1996 – Graduated from Kyoto University School of Architecture – Master of Architecture
1996 to 2002 – Practiced in New Zealand and completed a wide variety of projects including Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Retail commissions
2002 – Established atelier BORONSKI in Kyoto, Japan
2004 – Awarded First Prize at the annual national Space-Design Review (ahead of over 300 other entries). Peter Boronski was awarded the 2004 SD Prize and the ‘Twin Skin’ House was exhibited at Hillside Terrace Gallery in Tokyo (designed by Fumihiko Maki), and at the Osaka University of Fine Arts
2005 to the present – atelier Boronski has undertaken commissions in Japan, India, Vietnam, Moscow, Taiwan and China, and been published in over twelve different countries and in eight different languages. Peter Boronski has been a consultant to Nikken Sekei in Japan and Real Architecture in Vietnam. He has also been a teaching assistant at Auckland University (NZ), Kyoto Seika University, Wakaiyama University and Sagano University (Japan) and also at Universidad Iberoamericana in Santo Domingo (Dominica)
In November 2011 atelier BORONSKI + Jean-Loup Baldacci were awarded first prize in the New Taipei City Museum of Art International Design competition. Second prize was awarded to Kengo Kuma and Associates of Japan, and third prize was awarded to Fredrico Soriano Palaez of Spain.
In January 2013 atelier BORONSKI was awarded the Concept Design contract for a 240,000 m2 Mixed-Use commercial development project in Rizhao City, Shandong Province, China. This project will include a 45 story Office Tower, a 350 meter long angular wall of 2,000 Apartments and a 40,000 m2 Retail Complex. The emphases will be on quality of dramatic public spaces and supported by significant landscaping and recreational areas.
References from Clients and Contractors coming soon…