When an architect dedicates to fashion, the end result can just be surprising. Andrzej K Pytel graduated in Environmental Design in Canberra, before undertaking a career as an architect, that however doesn’t fully satisfy him. He also tryed the product design, not without good results, but eventually realizes that fashion is his way. In 2004 he founded his own label, Size, that within a few seasons attracts much attention from both the media and buyers. In 2009 he undertakes his new venture: House of Ezis. A very conceptual brand, which explores the theories of architecture and geometry applied to fashion, folds and seams as a means to build a garment. His latest collection “The Unit”, questions the infinite variations of the dress, seen as an envelope of fabrics that continually returns to his origin, following a cycle of growth and development.