An architect and politician who was born on 21st January 1895 in Nowy Targ. He studied architecture at the Lviv Polytechnic and the Warsaw University of Technology. He finished his studies in 1924.
He was actively involved in the issue of workers’ housing construction which was a part of the “Budozus” company’s activities. Piotrowski worked for it as an architecture engineer. He participated in designing a single family housing estate for the Social Insurance Company in Żoliborz district in 1935. Together with Kazimierz Lichtenstein, Aleksander Brzozowski and Zdzisław Szulc, he prepared an architectural design of the TOR estate in the Koło neighbourhood. Its architectural solutions express the key idea of the Preasens group (which he belonged to): “The front should face the sun, not the gutter”. Piotrowski was also connected to the Architecture and Urban Planning Studio and the Capital City Reconstruction Office whose head he was. Since the 40s of the 20th century, he served various functions connected with the Ministry of Reconstruction and the Ministyry of Construction. He was awarded the Order of the Builders of People’s Poland.
In Gdynia, he designed the office and residential building of the Social Insurance Company in 24 10 Lutego Street and the neighbouring building for the company’s employees in 22/24 3 Maja Street. He died on 21st January 1988.