According to designer Agnieszka Białek’s website: “The concept uses new technologies and methods of creation and design. “The creative process was guided by ecological values, especially the limitation of degradation of natural ecosystems, allowing the coexistence of nature and architecture.
The glove makers from Piwniczna Zdrój, close to where Sanders’ father was born, decided to make the traditional carriage driving gloves in the hope that the senator will start wearing them in tribute to his family heritage.
With furniture including armchairs, chandeliers, a raised “common table” with barstools and an island with a coffee machine and even a shelf of books, the interior by Warsaw-based Piotrowscy Design is aimed at calming patients’ nerves by removing the typical cold, clinical interiors of traditional dentists.
Dubbed the future face of libraries in which ‘culture meets the sustainable lifestyle’, the creations by GK-Atelier Grzegorz Kłoda have set the design world aflutter.
Channelling Poland’s rich tradition of graphic art, the works have now helped Gdynia’s copious but often unsung charms reach an entirely new audience and, in the process, boosted the city’s standing as something of a crucible of creativity.
The set called Maria S.C. by Magda Jurek, who works under the name Pani Jurek, consist of either one or two rings of test tubes, depending on the model chosen, which are mounted in plywood bands.
TFN’s Blanka Konopka looks at the top five award-winning designs.
Situated in the town of Lubomierz in Lower Silesia, the project has now been cited by design bible White Mad as a standout example of innovation.
TFN talks to Mirosław Nizio, the man who has reinvented the museum experience as we know it.
After wowing judges at international fashion shows, Joanna Galica-Dorula’s intricate handmade designs have now been snapped up by high-end Warsaw boutique Petite Maison and have become a hit with celebrities including former Miss Poland Paulina Krupinska.