Atelier Daria Pietryka

who.

daria pietryka

professional experience

2015-2016 Cooperation within the framework of European
Culture Capital Wrocław 2016
Scenographer, Art Looks for IQ. Artists
of Wrocław exhibition
2015- Cooperation with CHAMIELEC Architekci, Wrocław, PL
2014 Cooperation with Jesionowa 40 Sp. z o.o. SKA, Wrocław, PL
2014 Cooperation with GROUP ARCH, Wrocław, PL
2014- Commencement of own studio "MIEJSCA", Wrocław, PL
2013-2015 Cooperation with ASAarch, Wrocław, PL
2011-2013 Freelance designer+artist, Wrocław, PL
2007-2011 Cathal O'Neill Architects, Dublin, IE
07-09/2006 Blue Architecture, Dublin, IE

education

2011-2013 M Arch, Technical University, Wrocław, PL
2007-2010 BSc (Architectural Science)
University College Dublin, IE
2005 HOGESCHOOL Ghent, BE
Faculty of Interior Design
(SOCRATES/Erasmus program )
2002-2007 M Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts, Wrocław, PL
Faculty of Interior Design and Industrial Design

what.

miejsca  (places)

miejsce (polish) – place (english) noun

  1. a particular portion of space, whether of definite or indefinite extent
  2. space in general
  3. the specific portion of space normally occupied by anything
  4. a space, area, or spot, set apart or used for a particular purpose
  5. any part or spot in a body or surface
  6. a particular passage in a book or writing
  7. a space or seat for a person, as in a theatre, train, etc.

Source: Dictionary.com

  1. area
    a. an area, town, building, etc.:
    b. [informal] a home:
    c. a suitable area, building, situation, or occasion:
  2. position
    a. a position in relation to other things or people:
    b. the seat you will sit in on a particular occasion, or the seat where you usually sit, in the theatre, a class, a train, etc.
    c. the space at a table where one person will sit and eat, usually with a plate and knives, forks, and spoons arranged on it
    d. a position in an organization, system, or competition
  3. duty
    a. what a person should do or is allowed to do, especially according to the rules of society:

Source: Cambridge dictionary