Alina Lipowicz-Budzyńska | Social Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Alina Lipowicz-Budzyńska | Social Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr Alina Lipowicz-Budzyńska, Bydgoszcz University of Science and Technology, Poland

Dr. Alina Lipowicz-Budzyńska is an Assistant Professor and Senior Architect at the Bydgoszcz University of Science and Technology 🌍🏛️. Specializing in glass architecture, she integrates art and technology, focusing on energy-saving systems and multimedia facades. Formerly head of the Architecture and Urban Planning Department (2021-2023), she initiated events like Laboratorio di Venezia and the Festival of Architecture in Bydgoszcz 🎨🪟. Her work includes designing multi-family housing and collaborating with international glass art companies. Dr. Lipowicz-Budzyńska holds a Ph.D. in Engineering, an M.A. in Fine Arts, and an M.Sc. in Architecture. She’s a member of the Italian association Il Baglio in Sicily 🇮🇹📚.

Publication profile



Dr. Alina Lipowicz-Budzyńska is a distinguished professional with a Doctor of Engineering from the Faculty of Architecture at Wrocław University of Science and Technology 🎓🏛️. Holding a Master of Arts from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Nicolaus Copernicus University, they are a certified contemporary artist and glass designer 🎨🖼️. Additionally, they earned a Master of Science in Architecture from Białystok University of Technology, becoming a certified architect 🏗️📐. This unique blend of engineering, fine arts, and architecture showcases their diverse expertise and commitment to integrating artistic vision with architectural precision.


Alina Lipowicz-Budzyńska is an architect, artist, and glass designer, specializing in glass in architecture, art glass, and glass energy-saving systems. 🏛️🎨💡 From 2021-2023, she led the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, organizing events like Laboratorio di Venezia and the Festival of Architecture in Bydgoszcz. 🌍🏢 During her Ph.D., she interned at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Wroclaw and the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. She authored numerous articles and is a member of Il Baglio in Sicily. ✍️🇮🇹 Alina ran her own architectural office, designed housing and public projects, and collaborated with art glass companies in Germany and Italy. 🌟🏠


🚀 Leading innovative research in glass tempering, the project focused on developing a method to fix glass enamels. This groundbreaking work received the Grant Step into the Future from the European Social Fund and Human Capital Fund. As project manager for editions IV, V, and VI, significant strides were made. The research continued under the GRANT PLUS Operational Program – Human Capital, Regional Innovation Strategies, where I also served as project manager. These projects have advanced the fie

Research focus

Alina Lipowicz-Budzyńska’s research focuses on the integration of multimedia and graphic design within architecture to enhance social communication. Her work explores the coexistence of art glass and architecture, particularly in facade graphics, where she investigates design techniques and applied formal treatments. She has contributed to the understanding of how graphics on glass can be used to create metaphorical and aesthetic expressions in architectural settings. Her studies involve the use of interference effects in glass facades and the role of architectural elements as a form of social messaging. Her interdisciplinary approach combines architecture, art, and technology. 🏢🎨🖼️✨💬

Publication top notes


Aspects of Coexistence between Art Glass and Architecture—Façade Graphics

Graphics on glass – design and applied formal treatments

Image using interference effects in the glass facade

Obraz na szkle – strategie tworzenia metafory w architekturze

Articulation of Facade Graphics and Techniques of its Implementation

Letter Graphics in the Facade of a Building – Composition and Message

Visual interference in the glass Facade

Art glass as an external partition – its impact on visual and functional properties

Facąde Art Glass in Three Contexts: Urban Landscape, Elevation of the Building and Its Interior