Being here is the very definition of soul-warming happiness. Clad in wood and covering a footprint of just 25 sq/m, the Bookworm Cabin is an intimate little treasure.
Named by the popular Archilovers portal as one of the Best Projects of 2021, several critics have lauded the aptly-named ‘Portable Cabin’ as one of the top container adaptations to date.
In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at ‘Przekroje’, a new permanent exhibition in Kraków on the history of Polish architecture.
Aiming to showcase “unique investments, facilities with exceptional architecture, and spaces full of inspiring design”, polls will close on January 10th with the winner subsequently announced at a gala to be held in Katowice on January 27th.
After being published by Warsaw City Hall on its social media, the design sparked a raft of opinions from internet users and quickly inspired other cities to jump on the trend and create their own designs alluding to the golden era of Polish poster art.
A designer from the Polish highlands has been awarded the Best Folk Fabric 2021 Award at the International Fashion Week in Dubai.
Boasting a total prize pot of PLN 50,000, the winner will receive PLN 19,000 whilst other cash rewards will be handed out to the most sustainable project as well as that deemed to be most in tune with “the principles of universal design”.
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.