Anna Jurgielewicz is a Polish designer and researcher based in Warsaw. She completed her Bachelor’s degree education in the Faculty of Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. After graduating BA in Poland she moved to Spain, where she gained experiences working across diverse disciplines from product and furniture design to interiorism. Since 2016 Anna is engaged in multidisciplinary exploration of space in design and art. She analyses the material culture and makes experimental projects with objects aimed to research the relation between those disciplines in current contexts. One of the main sources of her inspiration is Oskar Hansen’s Theory of Open Form, which she began to study at the Academy. Her creations are based on varied background of references coming from Anthropology, Aesthetics and Literature. They emerge as collages of theoretical research and material experiments. Exhibited at Maison & Objet Paris, ﬁnalist of make me! Łódź Design Days and Gdynia Design Days. Workshop participant WantedDesign in New York City.