Beata Palikot – Borowska is a Master of Arts, a graduate of the Władysław Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź – Department of Textile and Clothing, majoring in design.
She completed post-graduate studies at her alma mater, majoring in styling, arrangement and interior decoration and post-graduate studies at the Warsaw University of Technology, Business School and the Institute of Industrial Design in the field of Total Design Management.
Beata has been professionally associated with the textile industry since the mid-1990s.
For many years she co-founded the EBBA design team in both Białystok’s Fasty and Andropol- Andrychow Cotton Industry Plants, which included creating collections of colourful woven patterns and printed fabrics for Ikea and BRW.
Beata was welcomed to the Agnella design team in 2010.
The greatest professional successes that Beata has achieved to date include designing the Fred pattern, which in 1998 received the gold medal at the Poznań Fair and in 2014,inspired by the observation of traditional handicraft techniques and 20thCenury Art, Beata created her own original Wool Festival Collection.
She participated in the implementation of the exhibition of carpets “MASQUEMASK” by Jaime Hayon at the Central Museum of Textiles in Łódź during the Łódź Design Festival in 2019.
Beata collaborated on the Kosmos Project “Future Ilusions” carpet collection, awarded with the 2019 must have title at the Łódź Design Festival and also designed the carpet collection and carpets for “Dom Idei”, the meeting place of Design Alive at Warsaw Home 2019.
She co-created a collection of dedicated carpets for the Up To Date 2019 electronic music festival.
Outside of work, Beata enjoys working with artistic fabrics, painting and home styling.
In 2013, she participated in the exhibition “Splendor Fabrics” at Zachęta , the National Gallery of Art, presenting artistic fabrics in the context of contemporary art and she also belongs to the Bochemia creative group in Białystok .
Beata draws inspiration from nature, especially from the lines that build the multi-layered structure of our world, from the multiculturalism and the multi-layered nature of the North-Eastern region of Poland.
She tries to cross not only geographical and cultural boundaries, but also the boundaries of human perception within her work. She has a strong connection to double-warp fabric, jacquard, tapestry, handicrafts and screen printing. Multilayerism, graphical purity and light are the main building blocks of its implementation.
She is a long-distance runner not only in sports, and values cooperation with people and a smile.