The objective of my project was to draw attention to the potential of the abandoned and dilapidating– at the time when I took up my project– building of “Tęcza” cinema in Warsaw. I wanted to save the character of the place, with its culture-forming orientation, and at the same time refer to the community spirit. My proposed solution for the interior is multi-functional and easily modifiable. The new auditorium enables organisation of various cultural events, on weekdays it is a co-working space, in entrance hall a café operates usually. Such a concept empowers development and integration of inhabitants of the Warsaw Housing Cooperative, using its own infrastructure.
Studies at the Faculty of Interior Design of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in the years 2010-2015. Rector’s scholarship for the best students of the Academy in the years 2011-2015. Works in interior and furniture design, and in painting. Collaborates with Studio Bui/Pędowska Architects. Participated in festival exhibitions Wroclove Design and Poznań Design Days. Finalist of the contest Design: Open Space 2014.