Miroslava Brooks and Daniel Markiewicz: Preliminary Plans
FORMA is a full-service architecture studio founded in 2018 by Miroslava Brooks and Daniel Markiewicz. The design-driven practice is committed to developing projects with architectural clarity and conceptual rigor, aiming for a harmonious combination of order and whimsy.
FORMA has completed and continues to develop a range of building types from single and multi-family residences, high-end retail and commercial office, to elementary education and cultural projects among others.
Both Miroslava and Daniel are licensed architects and received their Master of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture where they were awarded, individually in subsequent years, the William Wirt Winchester Travelling Fellowship – school’s most prestigious award. Prior to establishing FORMA, Miroslava worked as a Project Designer at Eisenman Architects, leading the design development of the Yenikapi Archeological Museum in Istanbul, and since 2014 has been a faculty at the Yale School of Architecture. Daniel is a founding member and editor of Project, a journal for architecture published since 2012, and previously worked as an Associate Architect at Diller Scofidio + Renfro Architects, most notably as lead designer of the public spaces of the renovation project for the Museum of Modern Art Expansion in New York City. Miroslava and Daniel teach architectural design in the graduate core sequence at the Weitzman School of Design, University of Pennsylvania.
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