Marta Węzik

Since I was a child, I have loved the visual arts. Over the years, this has not changed, but an interest in architecture has come along. After years of hard work: practicing drawing and painting, I started studying interior design at the University of Arts in Poznan. After the second year, I did my apprenticeship at the OYSTER office (a studio run by Wojtek Baranski, which mainly deals with trade show booth designs, design projects, furniture and also interiors). After four weeks of internship I was offered a job, which was quite a surprise for me. I started with small things, then I was given more responsibilities. I was afraid that it would be difficult for me to reconcile my studies with work. It turned out that with good planning of the day everything is possible. In the meantime, I defended my bachelor's degree, whose supervisor was Dr. Marta Weronika Węcławska-Lipowicz prof. UAP. I'm currently studying interior design for a master's degree. I will be graduating in June.

Since recently, I have also been cooperating with the second design studio STUDIO M KWADRAT, run by Magda and Karol Rybak (the studio deals with individual and public interior designs). I try to maximize my professional development and pursue my passion. I am learning how to work with clients, who are not always easy. My dream is to have my own design studio. But first I would like to fully learn the profession, so that in the future I can run my design office professionally and comprehensively.

Architektura & Biznes – articles

Complete interiors, or conscious design and living
Glass lighting installations in interiors
Glassini SMART balustrades - the strength of aluminum balustrades with free choice of fillings