Konrad was born in Przeworsk, Poland, where he spent his childhood before immigrated to the United States with his family. They moved frequently throughout his adolescence, before finally settling on Long Island. His true passion has always been diverse creative processes and everything they entail. While studying at Pratt Institute, he was involved in multiple studios focusing on parametric designs and 3D printing developments.
Since working as a Junior Architect at STAT Architecture & Charles C. Perry Architects, he has worked on construction and design development of luxury townhouses, with projects in Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, and the Hampton’s area, as well as multi-family housing in 4 out of 5 Boroughs in New York City. Specializing in Shop/Fabrication drawings, 3D modeling/3D printing, and various architectural representations, Konrad has always had the desire to stay up-to-date with technological advances in the architecture industry and often draws from Herzog & de Meuron & Zaha Hadid as inspiration for his work.
In his leisure time, he enjoys city biking and DJing at various spots across Brooklyn. He has started his own lifestyle brand Kasper Krew, under which he designs streetwear apparel, 3D prints, and contemporary furniture all with an aesthetic uniformity grounded in futuristic urban design.