Mike Jozewicz is a multifaceted designer and maker who works at the intersection of place, objects and manufacturing. Whether creating an object that defines a space, or an object shaped by the culture of a place, his principal desire is to connect. The focus of his work is residential environments, furniture, and lighting.

Mike was born in Poland, and grew up in the Piedmont of North Carolina. He received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, and a Master of Industrial Design from the Pratt Institute of Brooklyn, NY, where his focus was furniture and fabrication. 

Mike has seven years of professional experience in architecture and design, and an additional three years of experience in academic institutions. His professional experience, which has been intentionally divided between the studio, construction site and fabrication shop, includes residential design, institutional architecture, custom metal fabrication and cabinetry manufacturing. Through his experience, he has had the opportunity to work with many companies of national and international significance, including the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Olson Kundig Architects, Will Bruder Architects, EHDD Architecture, Simon Pearce, Deborah Burke Partners, Steelcase, and Gensler. 

His current work is produced through three outlets: studio MJD, studioFORGE, and FAR FOUND. Studio MJD is the platform for his personal experimental design work. studioFORGE is a collaborative studio specializing in architecture, interiors, furniture, and fabrication. FAR FOUND is an initiative that explores the connection of design and manufacturing to the cultural context of countries around the world. 
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