MAJA BRYNIARSKA INDUSTRIAL DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE
CRACOW, POLAND BRYNIARSKAMAJA@GMAIL.COM TEL.: (+48) 788 133 430
MAJA BRYNIARSKA INDUSTRIAL DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE
memberships. STUDENTS’ SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION OF SUSTAINABLE DESIGN “GROW”
STUDENTS’ SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY “WYOBRAZNIA”
2015 – 2016
STUDENTS’ SCULPTURE CLUB
THE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS Cracow, Poland Pursuing bachelor of art Fall 2015 – current (expected February 2020)
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP Lycée Le Corbusier Strasbourg, France participant November 2016
CRACOW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Cracow, Poland Bachelor of architecture Fall 2014 – Winter 2018
URBAN PLANNING INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP The L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University Astana, Kazakhstan participant August 2015
THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Knoxville, USA Study abroad, College of Architecture and Design spring semester 2017
CONSTRUCTION TRAINING ENU Expo 2017 Construction Site, Astana, Kazakhstan August 2015
SCHOOL OF ART TOTU Krakow, Poland 2014-2015
languages. Polish - native English - fluent Spanish - basic
skills. 3D MODELLING: AutoCAD, Revit, ArchiCAD, Rhino, Grasshopper, SketchUp, Fusion 360 RENDERING: KeyShot, V-ray, Artlantis EDITING: Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, inDesign, Photoshop), Corel HAND SKILLS: Carpentry, Welding, Sketching, Painting, Sculpting, Digital Sketching
PILGRIM’S FOLDING CHAIR objective. The purpose of a project was an event - the World Youth Day 2016. The brief was to design a handy, fold-able seat for visiting pilgrims. The pilgrim’s accessory had to be easy to transport and can fit in the dimensions of a small notebook: 15cmx10cmx5cm (6”x4”x2”).
COLLABORATORS: DOROTA GONDKO, EWA BUDZYŃSKA SPRING SEMESTER 2016 THE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS IN CRACOW DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS BASIC DESIGN STUDIO
World Youth Day 2016 (WYD 2016) was an international Catholic event focused on faith and youth, that took place from 26 to 31 July 2016 in Krakรณw, Poland, organised by the Catholic Church. Throughout WYD there are a lot of outdoor events such as masses and concerts. Young worshippers are spending most of this time on walking or standing. A folding chair is a great alternative to seating on the cold and dirty ground for pilgrims, who are looking for some rest for their tired legs.
T t o o r l o b
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The chair is just a single use gadget that is cheap to manufacture, easy to hand it around and made of ecological materials. We decided to make it out of cardboard sheets, connected by colourful material strips with glue. Used materials make the sit very light, so transport is unproblematic. It also can be part of the recycling process, when made with used box board, just like our models.
Numbers of iteration show us that more folds have cardboard, more stable and tense it is. The biggest obstacle was to design folds in unchangeable degree.
Our project meets the size criteria thanks to a system of strings, which after tightening turn flat elements in the appropriate structure. Grid is dense enough to provide comfortable sit, and stability.
HALL ZONE SYSTEM objective. Design hall zone system for the specific environment. The system should provide space for storing head wear, outerwear, and footwear. The design should also include the seating function. We decided to dedicate the hall zone system for small office cloakrooms. The main idea of the project was to provide an individual space to store outerwear to every employee.
COLLABORATORS: ARTUR FULAR, MATEUSZ GÓRALCZYK FALL SEMESTER 2017 THE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS IN CRACOW DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS MODELLING TECHNOLOGY STUDIO
inspiration. A form was inspired by office acoustic walls. The panels also can be used as such partitions. Designers wanted to create an object consistent with the office style, characterized by mobility and the ability to change the arrangement easily.
modelling. The model was made in 1:1 scale. Firstly we prepared a rough, cartoon version to assure us with proper size and dimensions. The main frame is made with welded metal tubes. Accessories such as umbrellas holder are made with welded
wires. All metal parts were painted with spray to give impression of aluminium. The inner construction is made out of plywood, that was upholstered with waterproof fabric - Cordura. All legs are finished with rubber plugs.
The system consists of a main panel, a stool and an umbrella stand. The panel can be attached to the wall, or placed on the floor, individually or as a module of a larger set. Each panel has a hanger for outerwear and hats, a basket for small accessories and a shelf for shoes. The furniture is made
of aluminium pipes and wooden plywood panels covered with waterproof fabric - Cordura. Thanks to the used materials, the objects give the impression of solid and friendly elements of interior design.
The system has been provided in several coherent colour versions, which can be combined with each other to create vivid and attractive compositions.
EARPHONES WRAPPER “Muza twórcza” is a competition project of a promotional gadget on the occasion of the 200th anniversary. of Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. Music is an element that accompanies the daily struggles of creative young artists. The gadget is primarily aimed at students who are eager to support the work of creative musical inspiration. The product is designed to help them organize tangled headphone cables. A form of the wrapper was inspired by a logo of the Academy. The gadget will be distributed as a gift during the inauguration of the jubilee academic year. The dimensions of the organizer are 60 × 74 mm. The dimensions of the packaging are 70 × 80mm. The product will be made of laser-cut natu, engraved on the obverse, with glued, printed transparent foil. The packaging will be made of printed 200 g / m2 chalk paper, folded, with a glued overlap. proposed edition: 500 pieces expected cost: 6000 PLN
FALL 2017 THE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS IN CRACOW DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL COMMUNICATION BASIC VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN STUDIO
AUTONOMOUS AMBULANCE objective. New age of automotive design is focused on self-driving and ecological vehicles. In this project we will investigate how autonomous cars can improve emergency medical service. Our goal was to design an ambulance car that enhancing comfort and safety of patients The EMS vehicle is dedicated to hectic cities that have to with narrow street, traffic jams.
COLLABORATORS: ROMAN IHNATOWSKYY SPRING SEMESTER 2018 THE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS IN CRACOW DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT STUDIO
We decided to visit EMR vehicles depository with a view to have full picture of current ambulance vehicles construction, equipment and to get familiar with emergency working system.
Too loud inside - cause stress for patients Car that is reshaped from small-transport car to professional car with build in emergency component. Itâ€™s compromise between price and comfortable.
They are very long - approximately 6 meters. The size making it hard to manoeuvre in narrow cityâ€™s streets. Driver zone that taking about 1/4 length of the car. Driver is also part of a rescue team. Problem with connection between dispatcher and all rescuers. Access to a patient from only one side.
In our sketches we tried to find new form for the EMR vehicle, that will follow the function, and provide spacious interior for expanded inner program.
modeling. Clay model allow us to study the final form. In the future we will make a 3D scan of the form, that will be the base of a 3D model, and vacuum formed shell, that can be varnish.
Digital windows - glass screen of projected information
Patient in the centre, easy access
On-floor rail system that allows seats to move around a patient
TOP VIEW SECTION
Flexible space prepare a rescue team for atypical situations. Inner space is much enough to fit a stretcher across the vehicle. This position allow to place more than one injured person.
Wheels are hidden in dynamic shape wheel covers, that allow them to 90 degrees turns. With this solution narrow parking spots are no longer the problem.
Rescuers can move their seats freely depending on need.
Dimensions improve- shorter and lower than previous EMR vehicles, but more spacious interior.
Electric - ecological, with on-roof solar panel
Organic shape - easy to maintain and aerodynamic with more pleasant and friendly look
Hydraulic suspension system - smooth out road surface well without any ratting that may bring pain and discomfort
Wheels system that allows to 90 degrees turns, and lowing floor level
FLOW SOAP BAR objective. A project was developed due to the cooperation with Polish sector of L’arche. The goal was to design a product that can be manufactured by members of the community, who have mental disabilities. Object should be quiet easy to produce but has therapeutic influence on dependants.
SPRING SEMESTER 2018 THE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS IN CRACOW DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS BASIC DESIGN STUDIO
The community in Ĺšledziejowice runs workshops for 35 people with intellectual disabilities. There are workshops for the production of candles, carpentry, painting, household, tailoring, ceramics, and work training there. In this way, the community creates not only the conditions of good care over dependants but also supports the development of their talents and skills, which helps them to build independence.
After analyse possibilities of the community, I proposed them to make soap bars. I offer a tool kit consists with a silicone form to soap moulding, a rubber stamp to packaging mark, and an instruction.
Soap bars are easy enough to made by dependants, but still give them opportunity to play with colours, fragrances, and exfoliants. Each soap is different, have marks of handmade imperfection which gives them inimitable beauty, and makes human crafts so special
method. 1. HEAT UP A GLYCERINE BASE UNTIL IT GETS MELT
4. MIX A PIGMENT POWDER WITH ALCOHOL AND POUR INTO SOAP BASE
2. ADD EXFOLIANTS AND FRAGRANCE TO MELTED SOAP BASE
5. AFTER 1 HOUR YOUR SOAP IS READY TO PACK
3. POUR THE SOAP INTO THE SILICONE MOULD
6. MARK A BOX WITH A LABEL, AND A STAMP
CHOOSE YOUR MOOD
CHOOSE YOUR COLOUR
CHOOSE YOUR FRAGRANCE
Flow it’s not just a soap; PEPPERMINT REFRESH
it’s art that uplifts both the crafter and the consumer.
SITE PLAN VISUALISATION
SENSORIUM Plugging the human body directly into the living room would prove to be the wave of the future. It comes to the idea of body, machine and architecture moulding into one flexible and intelligent space, that blurs the boundary between the environment and ourselves. From the moment of crossing the threshold, the house and dweller grow into one organism and start to breathe in one rhythm. Visitor hooks itself up to the living room’s biofeedback sensors, allowing the whole place to become one big mood ring. The project is inspired by the autonomic structure of the respiratory system, such as bronchus, trachea, and a hurt. The system as the lungs of the house contracts and expands representing the inhalation and exhalation. The movement regards to the variety of emotional states that corresponds with different breathing motions – breathing can alter in response to changes in emotions, such as sadness, happiness, anxiety or fear. Structure imitating organic life by constantly changing its physical volume. In a result, habitant feels the impression of being in a womb. Detector system that recognizes mood, and adjusts the motion, helps visitors to listen intently to their own inner voice. The living room becomes a place of meditation and faith healer. COLLABORATORS: SHANESSE BROWN, ELLEN FOWLKES, SHAWN MCEAHER SPRING SEMESTER 2017 UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE DESIGN BRIAN AMBROZIAK STUDIO
EXTERIOR FLOOR PLAN
The wakeboard centre is located in north Cracow near lake complex - Przylask Rusiecki. The place is offering variety attractions such as: wakeboard, olympic swimming pool, aqua park and sport courts. The role of the project was to create a place where visitors can relax, eat, change their clothes and warm up before getting into water. Plan of the building coming from the irregular lakeshore shape. A form of the wakeboard centre resembling rising water, the picture you can see when a wakeboard appearing from the water.
FALL SEMESTER 2016 CRACOW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE DESIGN A-2 CONTEMPORARY REGIONALISM ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
PRODUCTION PLANT The idea of the project was to create an administrative building for an adjacent production and assembly plant of professional refrigerators, and cooling units, which will be a representative of this facility. The factory part, through the use of green façade panels, blends in with the surroundings while creating a human-friendly image. The designed administrative building follows the idea of vertical gardens, becoming enriched with additional ecological solutions controlling the flow of sunlight into the interior - movable blinds brise soleil. The main assumption of the project was to provide comfortable working conditions for the employees of the office part, as well as the friendly environment of the social zone of the production hall employees. For both branches, outdoor relaxation zones are planned - a green atria on the ground floor, and a green terrace on the first floor. Vertical gardens are not only to enjoy the eyes of visiting guests, but above all to influence the well-being in the workplace. The creation of social zones is also intended to build better employee relationships, improving their work atmosphere.
BACHELOR DIPLOMA FALL SEMESTER 2017 CRACOW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF WORKPLACES AND RECREATION INDUSTRIAL ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
GRAPHIC ARTS PAINTING
I PHASE - REALISM
01. STILL NATURE / FEBRUARY 2015
II PHASE - REDUCTION
III PHASE - GEOMETRIZATION
IV PHASE - MINIMALISM
02. TRANSFORMATION / MAY 2016
04. GRID COLLAGE / MAY 2016
03. COLOUR CONTRAST / MARCH 2016
05. HIPPEREALISM IN OIL / APRIL 2016
06. DOTS / OCTOBER 2017
07. BAROCCO / JANUARY 20