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 designers taking part this year. For updates follow the Instagram and Facebook accounts of: Zięta Processdesign, Malafor, Fam Fara, Ende Ceramics, and Witek Golik.
The Salone del Mobile.Milano, the unrivalled showcase for quality and innovation, is now up and running. This year’s edition consists of 5 events held in parallel until Sunday 9th April: Salone Internazionale del Mobile, International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition, Euroluce, Workplace 3.0 and SaloneSatellite – dedicated to young, emerging designers.
This year, the design studio is showing their objects at their very own stand during the Salone del Mobile. Zieta presents the best of their bionically shaped works. G-Table is shown in two options – coppered steel and aluminium. J-Chair, made of blown steel, gives a chance to add an art object to your office while Sonar space divider proves FiDU technology can play an intriguing role in managing the work space. Also modular 3+ and Pakiet. Find them in the Hall 22, at the stand B35. April 4-9, 2017.
You will find more designs from Zięta Prozessdesign at the second edition of Doppia Firma. This project brings together creativity of modern artists and knowledge of Italian artisans, at the Museo Nazionale and at the individual stands of: Axalta in the Palazzo Litta and Spazio Rossana Orlandi.
Malafor (Agata Kulik-Pomorska and Pawel Pomorski) takes part in the exhibition SaloneSatellite. 20 Years of New Creativity, showcasing their recyclable ‘blow sofas’.
This is a very important exhibition for us. We feel honored by the choice of Marva Griffin Wilshire, founder and curator of SaloneSatellite. SaloneSatellite is the beginning of MALAFOR and our Blow Sofas. We celebrate with SaloneSatellite! – wrote the duo of designers on their Facebook feed.
Fam Fara is taking part in the group exhibition titled ‘Don’t Stop’. It takes place at the MUBA – Museo dei Bambini Milano and is organised by unduetrestella. The studio is recognised by making good quality, highly aesthetic furniture. On the show Fam Fara presents a new desk from their Ład system designed by Grynasz Studio and KUBBIKI.
Wroclaw-based ceramic design studio famous for their incredible handmade porcelain products, is taking part in a very special exhibition ‘Ironically Iconic’ during the Salone del Mobile.Milano. Find them at the Brera Site, via delle Erbe 2A. Come, see and grab your ironic card by @d_gir
Polish–Danish duo Witek Golik founded by Sisse Witek and Martyna Golik are also in Milan with their stand at the Ventura Lambrate (via Privata Oslavia 1)
Tomorrow is Today: Polish Design at Milan Design Week 2017
The exhibition ‘POLISH DESIGN. Tomorrow is today’, shown as a part of the SUPERDESIGN Show in Superstudio Più, presents the design faculties of Polish art schools in context of their geography, natural resources of the region and regional traditions and history, unique for each of them. The exhibition is attended by eight Polish state art schools: Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Władysław Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, Poznan University of Art, Academy of Art in Szczecin, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. The exhibitions is curated by Dorota Koziara, and organised by Academic Design Center and Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
Find them at Superstudio PIÙ, via Tortona 27