Oana Tudose (b. 1987, Romania) graduated with a Master’s degree in Interior Architecture and Retail Design at Piet Zwart Institute, Willem Kooning Academy in Rotterdam.

Since 2013 she works independently at the intersection of space, design and visual art.  While collaborating with different design studios she completed various scale projects from residential architecture in Romania to architecture and interior design for eco resorts in Sri Lanka  and exhibition design in Latvia for the International Biennial of contemporary art in Riga.

In 2016, she launches iele ,  a textile-craft research project aimed at  reclaiming discarded Romanian sheep wool and reevaluate its applications as a contemporary material.

Her projects were exhibited in Romanian Design Week (2018), Milan Design (2012), Rimini Fiera (2012).

In 2019 she exhibits The revelations of pain [after Cioran] in Targu-Jiu at Gorj County Museum in Romania.