blank studio was created to honor the capacity for architecture to challenge, inspire and elevate design awareness in an environment
that is directed toward increasingly simplistic and synthetic solutions. The design process centers upon investigation and
synthesis, the experiential use of space, an authentic expression of materiality, and the engagement of the senses. Within this
inclusive method of design, blank studio endeavors through its work, to transcend meaninglessness and create that which is a
testimony to the potential of the designed environment.
In addition to realized projects, blank studio actively participates in the theoretical realm as well, through teaching and by taking
part in various local and international design competitions. As an emerging concern in our natural and built environments today,
explorations into sustainable technology and practices inform much of the current work of blank studio.
(Born Wisconsin, 1972) earned a Masters’ Degree in Architecture from the University
of Wisconsin at Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP) in 1997. Trzebiatowski is a registered architect
in Arizona and Wisconsin and is currently a Visiting Professional Member and design studio professor at the Frank Lloyd
Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin as well as a faculty member at Collins College of Design and Technology. To galvanize
his commitment to environmental responsibility, Trzebiatowski is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
Accredited Professional. Trzebiatowski established blank studio in 2001 while working with an internationally recognized
architectural studio in Phoenix.