Paulina Kwiatkowska

Titanium, silicon, air. Objects improving the quality of air indoors

Titanium, silicon, air is a collection of objects affecting the quality of indoor air, purifying it, regulating humidity and temperature. They can be the background of home life or become the subject of everyday rituals. Their operation is as natural as possible. The main medium of the project are textiles, additionally reinforced by substances that increase the efficiency of processes. Objects designed in this way emphasize the importance of air quality and how can it be affected by the materials that surround us.

(born 1993)
Studies: Faculty of Architecture and Design of the University of the Arts in Poznań (first-cycle, 2012-2016), Academie Beeledene Kunsten Maastricht (The Netherlands, 2014), Faculty of Design of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (second-cycle 2016-2018). Rector’s scholarship for the best students of the Academy (2016-2018). Semi-finalist of the YES Scholarship Program (2017). Participant of group exhibitions: Dutch Design Week (2016), Eindhoven; Arena Design, Poznań (2017); Budapest Design Week (2018); Cultural Center Zamek (2018); Warsaw Home fair (2018). She has worked with Tomasz Augustyniak Studio and JOINE Office for Design in Eindhoven (since 2014).