Operating under the name of UKOI, the string of tiny cabins are set to be rolled out in picturesque locations across Poland. Built on wheels so that they can be hooked up behind a car in much the same manner as a caravan, the mobile cottages will measure just 16 sq/m.
Forced to conduct much of its operations underground, the movement created a rich visual culture of resistance through designs and logos that spoke to people from all walks of society.
The 40-year-old Spaniard signed a contract with international award-winning company Sunreef Yachts to build a 60ft electric catamaran that utilises all the latest in green technologies.
Starting last year, Maja Kotala’s Sewing Together school has now partnered with the Salvation Army Kenya and has 20 graduates with their own products being available to buy online.
Once cited as one of the city’s finest and earliest examples of Neo-Classical architecture, the war-ravaged ruins of Wrocław’s Hatzfeld Palace have been placed on the market.
Striking in their intricacy, the stamps depict the Polonia, Kościuszko and Pułaski, three ships once known as ‘the Princess’s jewels’. With two also serving in the war, the hero boats were once the pride of Poland.
Based in a leafy suburb of the capital, the elegant subterranean space seven metres below ground will have enough space for 10 Aston Martins, eight of which are in a private collection and include a DB2 Drophead, Vantage and DB5.
The art pieces include an amber craftsman’s house, the first art piece in the world manufactured in a 1:6 scale with figures and elements of the interior entirely 3D printed.
In this episode of the Debrief, we take a look at a new exhibition on ‘Polish styles’ at the National Museum in Kraków.
A resurgence of neon lights has inspired city councillors to show that Katowice is creating beautiful things and showing how design, tradition and art have been drivers in the development of the post-industrial profile of the city.