Michael Turski is an accomplished architectural illustrator who has worked on a range of projects, including:

• McLaren ( Show room Sydney )
• Paspaley ( Show room Hong Kong)
• Woolworths ( Shopping center )
• North Sydney Cuncil ( Neutral Bay lighting upgrade )
• Coca-Cola Amatil ( BlueTongue Brewery )
• Lavazza ( Show room )
• Carsales.com.au ( Office )
• Sydney airport
• Star City Sydney
• Fifa ( Flag ship store )
• Formula 1 ( Theme Park )

After years of working in architectural firms and visualisation studios, Michael decided that his skills were best utilised working in his own business. 

A particularly proud moment

One of Michael’s proudest moments was having his architectural illustration of the FIFA flagship store exhibited as part of the largest ever exhibition of architectural illustrations, shown in conjunction with the International Union of Architects (UIA) Conference, held in Tokyo, 2011. 

The Visualizing Architectural Design Exhibition was organised by ASAI President, Masaaki Yamada, who had also invited SAI (UK), JARA (Japan), KAPA (Korea), PHAAR (Phillipines), Chrystal Graphics (China) to participate.  

Out of numerous entries, only 15 were selected, with Michael Turski’s being one of them.   Added to that, he was chosen as one a handful of entries that received a Juror’s Choice nod.  The full comment by juror Christopher Grubbs.

A diverse range of interests and talents

Along with architectural illustrating, Michael also loves taking photographs of Australia.  You can see his images at www.australiaphotography.com.

That’s Michael’s story.  What is your story?  Get in touch today.

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