Krystian Kwiecinski is an architect and a Ph.D. candidate at the Warsaw University of Technology. He holds a M.S. in Architecture from the Warsaw University of Technology and a Master of Advanced Architecture from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IaaC), Spain. In 2005 he was awarded a Socrates Erasmus scholarship during which he studied at the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. In 2015, Kwiecinski was awarded a scholarship by the Center for Advanced Studies, during which he conducted research at the Instituto Universitario de Lisboa in Portugal. Since 2017, he has served a Fulbright Scholar at the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing at Penn State under the advisement of José Duarte.
During his Ph.D., he is researching the impact of computerization on the nature and scope of user participation in the design process of single-family homes. Currently he is conducting research on the implementation of mass customization strategies in the North American housing industry. Kwiecinski is also developing and testing a digital tool allowing mass customization of house designs.