Smoothness and geometry in architecture – Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind – temporary exhibition project in the EXPO exhibition hall XXI in Warsaw
The aim of my project was to present two outstanding representatives of deconstructivism – Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind, who occupy an important place in the world of architecture because of their bold views and groundbreaking designs, as well as original styles, recognized around the world. The exhibition is divided into two zones – the fluidity characteristic for Zaha Hadid, giving the impression of lightness, wave, wind in the desert and the irregular geometry typical of Daniel Libeskind.
Deconstructivism is a summary of my current artistic path – from a fascination with painting to interior design and architecture. It is not only the starting point of my projects, but it also taught me boldness in design.
Studies: Faculty of Interior Design at the Ternopil College of Commerce and Economy (2008-2012), Faculty of Architecture at the University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw (2012-2017), Faculty of Interior Design of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (2013-2018). Works in architecture and urban planning, interior and exhibition design. Distinction (2017) of the jury of the annual SARP FR award and in competition Degree Piece in ARCHICAD Software. Group exhibition Plans for the Future, SARP, Warsaw (2018). Collaborates with many architectural design offices.