‘My practice is research and design based.
It looks at processes shaping peoples relations and interactions with the environment.
I work between crafts, visual and spacial design disciplines.’




Dorota Anna Dunajska / b.1976, Gdansk, Poland / is an architect and visual artist.
She holds a Master Degree in Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Gdansk in Poland, 2002.
She has been working on major development projects in Central London, developing among others Master Plan for the Paddington Basin Area, as well as many residential and mixed use schemes.
2005-2006 she gained Level 2 Certificate in Design and Crafts in Ceramics from City & Guilds, London and in 2004 accomplished Children’s Book Illustration course at St. Martin’s College of Art in London.
Between 2017-2019 she has got her second Master Degree in Visual Communication, with the research project ‘a state of becoming’. 
The project focused on exploring visual abstraction as a means of exchanging knowledge between designers and non - designers during a briefing process.
Since then Dorota is developing her own freelance practice as an artists and designer through self-initiated projects and in cooperations with organisations and individual artists.
Member of Grafill - Norwegian organisation for visual communication.

Exhibitions / Teaching / Publications / Design and production
Center for Contemporary Dance in Gdansk, MA project Exhibition in Architecture, Polytechnic of  Gdansk, Poland, 2002
Transformation Exhibition, Willesden Green Art Center, London, UK, 2002
Teaching Ceramics - Throwing at Gdansk School of Art 2011
Colors from The World, Public Art Installation design in cooperation with Bergen Kommune and Hyssingen Produksjonsskole, 2017
Power Object Exhibition, KMD, UiB, Bergen, Norway 2017
Student Member of the Admissions Committee for BA at Design Department of Visual Communication at the University of Bergen, 2018
State of becoming, MA project in design Exhibition, KMD, UiB, Bergen, Norway, 2019
Kunstmarkedet Sale Exhibition, Gallery CM7, Bergen, Norway, 2019
Bøygen Publication, Lyd, Oslo, Norway 2019








© 2022 by DORAAISKA studio