Jakub Galczynski

The intent of this webpage is to organize research, regarding designs of outdoor observation design.  Jakub Galczynski views design as a social tool, to promote natural experiences and educate a community of surrounding wildlife.  Most often, Jakub seeks professionals with greater experiences in the fields of ecology to influence his work. He values environmental initiatives and believes they can achieve greater impact through design. Jakub’s current interests lie in astronomy and wildlife observation.



Jakub Galczynski is a member of Love Schack Architecture , a design team specializing in natural materials and high performance building systems. Apart from the architecture practice, Jakub explores topics such as natural geometry, biomimicry, responsive behaviors, structural optimization, form, energy and etc. The intent is to find smarter and healthier environmental solutions for design.


At age eleven Jakub Galczynski developed a research project titled ‘ Aerodynamics of Architecture’ in which he constructed and tested various skyscraper forms in a wind tunnel. His outcomes developed an interest in architectural form. At Glenbrook North High School he was exposed to historic Chicago architecture, the traditional drafting table, and simple CAD. In these early years, Jakub studied the works of Antonio Gaudi, Alvar Aalto, Mies Van Der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan. Weekends consisted of design courses at the Art Institute of Chicago and IIT Newhouse Program.

In  2005, Jakub enrolled into the Montana State University – Architecture Program. When Jakub was not in the studio, he was out rock climbing and exploring rock formations. Upon graduation Jakub Galczynski moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to begin his career. 

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