Jacek Ewý graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Kraków Technical University (PK) in 1983. In 1982-1989 he was an assistant and later designer at the Municipal Design Office in Kraków. In 1977-1978, held a designing internship with GRM Kennedy & Partners in Edinburg (UK), and in 1986 – in Jan Noordman Architektenburo s’Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands. Having worked as a designer at the Municipal Design Office from 1987 to 1989, he moved to the post of senior designer for an American company Bechtel Ltd.
Jacek Ewý is the co-founder of JET Atelier (1991) and of Ingarden & Ewý Architects (since 1998) run together with Krzysztof Ingarden.
Jacek Ewý is the member of the jury in numerous architecture competitions.
Ingarden & Ewý Architects is one of the leading architectural practices in Poland with its office based in Kraków. It was founded by Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewy.
The design strategy of the team is focused on experimentation and search for new combinations of materials and forms. The team creates innovative architectural expression through a combination of advanced technology with traditional materials, art and craftsmanship.
Ingarden & Ewy’s most renown projects include concert and convention halls (ICE Krakow Congress Centre), museums (Gallery Europe – Far East at Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Krakow), art and exhibition pavilions (Malopolska Garden of Arts and Wyspianski Pavilion 2000 in Krakow; Polish Pavilion Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan), embassies (Polish Embassy in Tokyo, Embassy of Japan in Warsaw), offices (Rondo Business Park, Krakow), housing developments, and others.