Tomas Polach

Tomas Polach

Co-Founder

Archilogic

Zurich

Tomas Polach is one of the Co-Founders of Archilogic and AERO architects.

The Archilogic founders studied together at the ETH in Zurich and started AERO architects after graduating from uni. In 2014 they founded archilogic.com and combind their knowledge in architecture with technology to bring the physical and the virtual world together. They recently closed a $1.5 million round from angle investors in order to grow and scale their business.

Archilogic combines deep knowledge of architecture, design, 3D workflows, computer vision and coding to create visually stunning and powerful 3D interiors in the web – for everyone, anywhere, anytime. Go to places that no longer exist, that don’t exist yet and everything else in between.

Articles featuring Tomas Polach

17 Inspirational Archipreneur Quotes that will Motivate You in 2017

In our interview series Archipreneur Insights we have spoken with more than 40 Archipreneurs. Experts and entrepreneurs in the field of architecture, building and development have answered our questions and giving us insight into their creative and unusual operations of their businesses and projects. From these interviews we want to share with you the most inspirational […]

A New Way of Presenting Space in the Internet with Archilogic

Welcome back to the interview series “Archipreneur Insights” at archipreneur.com with architects who do interesting things. The series highlights people who have an architectural degree but have since followed an entrepreneurial or alternative career path in the field. This week’s interview is with four architects from Zurich, Switzerland. The founding team of archilogic.com: Pascal Babey, Frederic Schwarz, […]

Quotes from Tomas Polach

  • "The knowledge about buildings, space, construction, typologies, history and representation of architecture are of huge value."
  • "Just start! You will learn the rest on the road. Also, prototype a lot and ask everyone what they think about your work. As an architect you probably are used to get critique, you probably even rely on it."
Join the Archipreneur Newsletter
Get Our Best Content on Architecture, Development and Entrepreneurship. Weekly Delivered to Your Inbox for FREE.