such as Rooted Design for Routed Living in NKD Dale (Norway), IASKA’s Art out of Place (Australia), Residency Unlimited, Futura and Triangle (USA), Arquetopia (Mexico), Lanchonete and Casa do Povo, Casa das Caldeiras (Brazil), Ideas Louisville (USA) and Schloss Solitude (Germany). His clients include a number of daring private individuals, small companies (La Boba, Aura), multinationals (BMW and GE Apliances), NGO’s (Bęc Zmiana, IASKA, Anadolu Kultur, Ideas, First Build, Artanimacje), institutes (Saint Louis Science Center, Copernicus Science Center, Instytut Myśli Jana Pawła II), municipalities (Bat Yam, Plovdiv, Warsaw, Wrocław) and governmental agencies (Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Polish Institute in Tel Aviv, Republic of Poland Representant in Palestinian Autonomy, Polish Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
The works of Jakub appear in different venues, such as travelling exhibition ZNE: exemples to follow! (curated since 2009 by Adriene Goehler), Warsaw in construction in 2012 ( in Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art), Alternativa (curated in 2012 by Aneta Szyłak), All Around (curated by Aneta Szyłak in 2009), Modes of Democracy (DOX Gallery in Prague in 2015), Towards Critical Institution (in Poznań’s Arsenal Gallery in 2014). His solo exhibitions include Operations in Populated Areas (curated by Kaja Pawełek in BWA Design Gallery in Wrocław, in 2013) and atravelling venue named Operations curated by Tadeáš Goryczka, shown among others, in DOX Gallery (Prague, 2015), Galerie Architektury (Brno, 2014) and Galeria EL (Elbląg, 2016).
Jakub’s globally recognized work, Keret House, was the first Polish architectural design to be included in permanent collection of MoMA New York in 2013.