Mag. Tamara Drahosch
Tamara Drahosch (born Karjuk) graduated from the “Skola za Industrijsko Oblikovanje”, the school for industrial design in Belgrade, in 1988. She subsequently moved to Vienna, where she gained her first professional experience in various galleries and in a tile factory. At the same time, she trained as a restorer and gilder. She became interested in interior design in the early 1990s when she worked for Ligne Roset in Vienna.
In 2002 she graduated from the master class for industrial design with Paolo Piva at the University of Applied Arts. A number of interesting projects and exhibitions date back from this period. In the same year she founded Atelier designbro for art consulting and marketing, managed an EU project and did futurology. In addition, she was involved with the Autistenhilfe and the NPO “Grünes Blatt”.
From 2011, the focus was on illustrations, animation, photos and translations. At the same time, she dealt with the topics of recycling and upcycling. Since 2013 she has been working as an interior designer with a focus on castle interiors. Design Club Wien would open in June 2015.