Mike Jozewicz is a multifaceted designer and architect passionately investigating the intersection of place, objects and manufacturing. Throughout his career, he has searched for opportunities that allow him to implement his knowledge of making to craft exceptional places. He has fourteen years of professional experience, including seven years in architectural practice and seven years in manufacturing and fabrication. Additionally, he has three years of experience in roles in design higher education. He is a licensed architect in the state of California. 

His current professional work is conducted through Studio MJD, or the Mike Jozewicz Design Studio, an interdisciplinary design consultancy that combines expertise in architecture, fabrication and furniture design. The studio partners with a wide range of design companies to develop and execute compelling spaces, and the objects within them. Clients include notable fabrication shops, wood workers, interior designers and furniture designers.

Mike's professional experience, which has been intentionally divided between the studio, construction site and fabrication shop, includes residential design, institutional architecture, custom metal fabrication, as well as cabinetry and furniture manufacturing. Through his experience, he has contributed to the work of many companies of national and international stature, including the Deborah Burke Partners, EHDD Architecture, Gensler, Henrybuilt, Marmol Radziner, Olson Kundig Architects, OMA, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Simon Pearce, Steelcase, Studio O+A and Will Bruder Architects.

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. As a proponent of urban life, his life, work and education have been focused in major urban centers such as New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles. With an avid interest in travel and experiencing foreign cultures, he has collaborated on design work internationally in Guyana, Costa Rica, Colombia and Japan through a project called FAR FOUND.

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