Stanisław Młyński is a lead designer and founder of ACOS, a multidisciplinary vehicle created for delivering design for spaces and objects. His working methods are driven by extensive research, digital experimentation, and intellectual challenge. While developing concepts within budgetary, formal and technical constraints, he always seeks to push a brief to its absolute potential, aiming to deliver thought-provoking architecture.
He graduated from University of Technology in Poznań with Master of Architecture and following that obtained Master of Science in Adaptive Architecture and Computation at the Bartlett (UCL).
Over the years he gained architectural experience in AL_A, KWK Promes, OBR (Open Building Research), FRONT Architects. During that time he has been engaged in projects at a range of scales, from product design and interactive art installations, through residential schemes to cultural buildings. These include Galeries Lafayette (Paris), MAAT Museum (Lisbon), Dialogue Centre Przełomy (Szczecin) and notable competitions entries, such as the London Symphony Orchestra Centre (London), the MIT College of Computing (Boston) or a new home for the London School of Economics. Developing and coordinating such designs gave him an opportunity to collaborate with leading consultants such as AKTII, ARUP and ATELIER Ten
Stanisław contributes to higher education, serving as a guest critic at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) and Cardiff University, whilst giving lectures at seminars and workshops which promote integration of design and technology.