Maria Jeglińska

Industrial designer

She graduated from industrial design at the prestigious ECAL in Lausanne, where she obtained a scholarship from the IKEA Foundation. She worked in well-known design offices, with Konstantin Grcic and at the Galerie kreo among others. In 2010, she founded his own studio in London - Office for Design & Research. Its activities include studies industrial design (furniture, lighting, everyday objects), research projects and exhibitions. Her clients include: Ligne Roset, Cinna, Porcelana Kristoff, DesignMarketo and St. Etienne Design Biennale, London Design Festival. Since 2010, she serves as research assistant at W.I.R.E, an independent think tank based in Zurich. She has participated in numerous exhibitions in Poland and abroad, at the Centre Pompidou Metz, the Villa Noailles, Barbican Art Gallery and the Triennale di Milano among others. In 2012 she was the curator of the "Points of View / Seating Points" exhibition shown as part of the main program Łódź Design Festival, and was co-curator of the"Wonder Cabinets of Europe" exhibition shown at the London Design Festival (2012) and ICFF in New York (2013).

She has designed a set for serving cold drinks, " The faces of Autor" – copper mirrors, door handles and pendant mirrors for Autor Rooms.

She lives in Młociny since 2012.