Picked up on by the national press, Kasia Szafarska’s work has made waves owing to inspiration derived from five Warsaw districts.
A new design for public toilets in Warsaw’s Łazienki Park has been chosen in a competition. With its simple lines, the winner complements, but does not compete with, the park's historical buildings.
Gdynia-based Traffic Design teamed up with Warsaw city council for the second edition of their re:design initiative – a part of Praga-Południe district’s revitalization focusing on the aesthetic improvement of urban space and promoting Polish design.
Alexandra Klimek came up with the winning design during lockdown. Now, despite having worked with some of the greats of the fashion world, she says she is keen to develop her own brand.
Seeking to arouse feelings of respect while giving a clear message to future generations, the team behind it chose to meet the challenge by designing “monumental glass casts” in which “silhouettes of soldiers on a 1:1 scale would be placed in cuboids”.
The facility brings a load of different family-friendly games to the capital city.
The ‘foldable’ design aims to offer a feeling of safety while being practical and flexible.
Produced in Poland and sold across Ireland, Joanna Zalech and Aleksandra Kiełdanowicz have now produced over 100,000 socks since starting their business just three years ago – and even the Irish PM wears them!
The street bollards from Poznań-based Gąska Studio collect and retain rainwater which is then turned into steam by using a simple ultrasonic evaporator, and then released and evenly distributed.
The TD-16N caterpillar bulldozer produced in Stalowa Wola, southeastern Poland, has become the first item of construction machinery produced in Poland ever to win the prestigious Red Dot Product Design Award, known as the 'Oscar of design.'