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PB Architects (formerly known as Patterson Bigosinski Architects Inc.) was founded in 1972. From the beginning, the firm has been responsible for a wide variety of projects, large and small, simple and complex.

In 1986, the firm was joined by Jacek Bigosinski, AIA, and in 1992 he became a partner with Howard Patterson. Mr. Bigosinski has been responsible for all of the design work, CADD management and day to day operations since 1995.

In addition to his practice, Mr. Bigosinski is a full time tenured professor at Norwalk Community College, where he is the head of the Architecture, Interior Design and Construction Programs.

In 2005, after 33 years, Mr. Patterson retired from the practice. Mr. Bigosinski has assumed full ownership of the office and continues working hard on providing full service architectural design.

In January 2006, the office moved from Darien to Rowayton; only 6 minutes away and near the Rowayton Train Station.

Update: after 8 years in Rowayton, we moved back to Darien, only 5 minutes away from last location. You may ask why? More parking and we will be saving 4 minutes a day on commuting. That is 17.3 hours a year!

We continue to offer the same (if not better!) service and hope to be at our new location for many years.

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Jacek Bigosinski, RA
PB ARCHITECTS

EDUCATION:
Studied at University of Baghdad, University of Detroit Mercy and received Master of Architecture degree from Warsaw University of Technology.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Mr. Bigosinski is a principal of PB Architects., with which he has been associated since 1986. He has been the director of design, construction documents and project administration for new and renovation projects. He also manages CADD work stations.

His previous experience includes five years as an architect working on various projects in Europe, Africa and the United States. It included residential and commercial construction of apartment buildings, condominiums, restaurants, hotels and shopping malls. He has spent two years renovating an XVIII century palace in Europe as a construction supervisor.

Additionally, he has spent some time working with GEOCAD Inc., where he was involved in developing architectural CADD software, setup of computer stations, training and support.

Mr. Bigosinski is also a full time tenured professor at Norwalk Community College where he is teaching and coordinating Architecture, Construction and Interior Design programs.

REGISTRATION:
Registered Architect in Connecticut