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.
Designer Mateusz Sipiora’s silver scooter is not only eco-friendly, but weighing just 1kg, is also super lightweight.
The compostable products are made from pulped sugar beet leaves.
With the widespread use of plastic creating environmental challenges globally, jewellery designer Anna Orska teamed up with plastics recycler Weronika Banaś to create the stunning New Stone collection.
Marcin Kitala’s vision of inter-locking, pentagonal-shaped platforms has been met with acclaim for its creative approach to a looming tragedy that could see the islands swallowed by the ocean within just fifty years.
With people becoming ever-more distracted by their phones, the chair could become a place to relax and unwind.
Inspired by European cities Karolina Naji’s designs take humble shirts and turn them into something so much more.
He illustrated books and stamps but Andrzej Heidrich will be best remembered for designing the current bank notes.
Marek Cecuła’s project is a personal tribute to mark the 100th anniversary of this school of design.
TFN looks at some of Poland’s most innovative designs around today.