Being a co-founder of Palace Ciekocinko Hotel 5* Resort & Wellness and Ciekocinko Stables, located in the north of Poland, Sandra Piwowarczyk was a head architect, urban planner and interior designer during 14 years process of revitalization and reconstruction of the entire Ciekocinko estate.




The goal was to return the Palace to its former glory while preserving the historical spirit of the place. That goal has been achieved, although the scale of destruction and depreciation of a landed estate Ciekocinko was beyond imagination. This is best illustrated by photographs presenting the initial state of the property in comparison with those completed after the renovation and reconstruction works. Putting all her professional skills, knowledge and vulnerability, Sandra Piwowarczyk created a place where the feeling of a time journey is overwhelming, thanks to the sophisticated interior design and accuracy in recreating the details. Leaving a personal touch, highlighting her love to horses, by naming every room in the hotel with a name of a horse merited in the history of horse riding. The luxourious estate and it’s two restaurants esteemed by Gault & Milau directory were entirely designed by Sandra Piwowarczyk including interiors, menu and service standards.





Ciekocinko Stables is an integral part of the complex Palace Ciekocinko Hotel 5* Resort & Wellness. Both investments, the revitalization and reconstruction of the palace and the establishing of the Equestrian Centre for breeding and training show jumping horses and organizing equestrian events at international level, had been carried out in parallel. As an international rider and an experienced architect, Sandra Piwowarczyk drafted a sport centre bearing in mind the most convenient and professional ambience to training riders and horses in showjumping with the infrastructure created for organization of equestrian events at international level.

Capitale 5 (Carthago Z x Golden Star)

Sold to German breeder and veterinarian Wolf Dieter Wagner as a broodmare in January 2018.

Lamalushi (Lansing x Korina II)

Sold to Italian investor Martina Romagnoli as a broodmare together with a foal by Untouchable in January 2019.

For Manny (Forsyth x Lissy)

Sold to German rider Anna Wunsch in January 2019.

Chabento (Chacco Blue x Finja)

Sold to American rider Sophie Michaels in June 2017.