The ŁAD (Order) Cooperative is a Polish counterpart of the Arts&Craft movement created in 1926 by the professors of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. The name also doubled as a manifesto – the creators’ intention was to create…
‘Since I remember I was playing some instrument and I have been showing interest in music’ – I asked Jan Pfeifer about his project ‘Urban Instrument’ thanks to which he won the first prize in the ‘MakeMe! 2016’ competition.
Along with spring, Milan Design Week comes back. If you can’t make it to Italian capital of design for one of the most prestigious events in the world of modern design, here is a quick overview of Polish…
We selected some of the finest designs to inspire you to have a great celebration of love!
Oskar Zięta, Tomek Rygalik, Hayka, Marek Cecuła, Ćmielów Porcelain.
They say that behind every successful man stands a strong woman. When it comes to good design, behind its success stands usually more than one person or one situation.
If you are looking for unusual Christmas gifts, we are happy to help with our gift guide for Polish design lovers. FIDU Christmas Trees by Oskar Zięta, Användbar – A Terra Cotta Sprouter to Grow Microgreens, IKEA collection…
This year Lodz Design Festival, the biggest festival of its kind in Poland, celebrated its 10th anniversary. The theme of this edition was „Identity”. The curators were trying to show how designers, users and…
They say that behind every successful man stands a strong woman. When it comes to good design, behind its success stands usually more than one person or one situation. In “D-File” series of mini-essays…
Getting in touch with your “black side” makes you stronger and more complex. In the art world it means you can be a better artist: the one that expresses emotions truly , and is braver about breaking the rules.
In “D-File” series, Ania Diduch – art and design critic tells the stories behind Polish designs. Just like in police files, she collects the evidence, talks with the witnesses, examines the photos and finally writes the report.
Alicja Patanowska is a young artist and designer who graduated from the London Royal College of Art. Her art installation Plantation received several awards for its design.
It all started with a request for refreshments for a film festival held by the New Horizons – an independent cinema in Wroclaw. ‘Right here, we will build a tower…’
Polish design comes back to IMM Cologne, one of the most important trade events in Europe. We had a pleasure to talk to Anna Theiss – the curator of the Bright New: Polish Ideas Applied exhibition. Her presentation’s focuses on projects…
19 April marked the end of Milan Design Week – the biggest and most prestigious design fairs in the world. Every year, for the duration of the fairs, the city transforms to adapt to the needs of designers and design enthusiasts.
The Wire magazine called his designs “furniture of the future”. By most design lovers, Oskar Zięta is mainly associated with inflatable metal stools in bold colours, resembling shiny baloons.
The National Museum in Brasilia was hosting an exhibition featuring Polish designers. We had the pleasure of talking to Monika Brauntsch – co-founder of The Spirit of Poland.
The twelfth London Design Festival roared into town. For the designers, Design Week is a gateway to the international creative community; for visitors the opportunity to grasp the freshest design ideas from all over the world.
THE CHAOS OF COLOURS MINGLES WITH HUMOUR. GROTESQUE LINKS THE SACRED WITH THE PROFANE. “ENFANT TERRIBLE. NEW POLISH POSTER” IN BRUSSELS
At the beginning of September Contemporary Lynx visited Design September in Brussels.