Maria Jeglińska, was born in 1983 in Fontainebleau in France. In 2007 she graduated from industrial design at the prestigious ECAL in Lausanne, where she received a scholarship awarded by the IKEA foundation. She worked in recognized design offices, among others at Konstantin Grcic, Alexander Taylor and at the Kreo Gallery. In 2010, in London, she founded her own studio – Office for Design & Research (Biuro Projektowania i Badań). His activities include industrial design (furniture, lighting, everyday objects), research and exhibition projects. Her clients include: Ligne Roset, Kvadrat, Actus, Vitra, 1882ltd, St. Etienne Design Biennale, London Design Festival, Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
She took part in numerous exhibitions in Poland and abroad, including at Center Pompidou Metz, Villa Noailles, The Aram gallery, Barbican Art Gallery and Triennale di Milano. In 2012, she was the curator of the “Points of View / Points of Seat” exhibition shown as part of the main program of the Łódź Design Festival. In 2016, she was a co-curator and designer of the Polish pavilion at the London Design Biennale. For several years associated with ARENA DESIGN.