• Process

    Designing of building is constant looking for what is unobvious, discovering new possibilities and solutions

In our office specialists from many different fields combine their knowledge and talents, looking for new ways to meet the challenges of the modern world. We are constantly looking for a balance among values in use, economic conditions and aesthetics, providing consistent and sustainable solutions of the highest quality.

Planning and analysis

The first stages of the project are dedicated for study and analysis, which allow to define the risk and help the client to make strategic decisions. This is a key phase requiring experience and an open approach that takes into account all technical, legal and business requirements.

Hand drawing

Before the final idea is crystallized, the sketches, which are external expression of the architect’s thought and creative passion are created. The drawing allows to explain and analyze most effectively the different variants of the evolving project. We cherish this traditional way of communicating with the world, combining it with modern computer techniques and strengthening our creative process.

Regardless of computer techniques development, drawing remains the primary language in which we communicate with the world.


Traditional models

Traditional model allows physical contact with the building before it is built. It allows to feel its three-dimensionality with one’s own senses, understand the impact on space and the challenges that construction will have to face.


Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the process of creating and managing information about a building at every stage of its design, construction and use. Thanks to today’s technology, we have the ability to manage multi-discipline project team based on a common, virtual model.

At MWM we have been using BIM technology in everyday practice to coordinate work, detect collisions, control costs and create project documentation for over 20 years. We are constantly looking for new ways of using technique to support the design process.