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Mina ceramics

MINA CERAMICS: SAY HELLO FROM YOUR STUDIO

Mina is the face of the plate, it is witty grimaces and various emotions; it’s also having fun with fragments of the human body, which through multiplication and varied settings creates an interesting…

Niech żyje papier Warszawa 2019

LONG LIVE PAPER!

Next Saturday, October 5, the eight edition of the Niech Żyje Papier event will take place; we’re going to celebrate going back to our desks! As usual, the event hall will host the crème de la crème of Polish creators, manufacturers…

Anna Miau Ceramics

ANNA MIAU CERAMICS: SAY HELLO FROM YOUR STUDIO

The trademark of Miau Ceramics is its uniqueness. Each project is different and it’s very rare that the same thing is created twicer. At Anja Marschal’s you will find lots of funny and colourful projects created spontaneously…

blackbird kuźnia skały design Marcin Skalski

KUŹNIA SKAŁY: SAY HELLO FROM YOUR STUDIO

The architect Marcin Skalski is the founder of Kuznia Skały (Stones Forge) – an arts & craft project that derives inspiration from blacksmithing and woodworking in the countryside.

Łódź Design Festival 2019

WHAT WE LOVED AT THE ŁÓDŹ DESIGN FESTIVAL

ynx team explored this year’s edition of the festival, hunting for the exceptional designs, beautiful objects and innovative ideas. See the photos and find out what brands stole our hearts…

magdalena konior

PHOTOSTORY: WZORY DESIGN FAIR IN WARSAW

The spring edition of ‘Wzory’ (‘Patterns’) – one of the largest interior design trade fair was held in April in Warsaw. Contemporary Lynx took part in this exciting event. We had a chance to see lots of inspiring…

unnike design

UNIKKE DESIGN: SAY HELLO FROM YOUR STUDIO

Unikke Design equals: unique, modern, functional and unexpected. Behind this jewellery brand stays Olga Guzik – a designer who is on the constant search for new solutions…

Exhibition in Milan. 1959. Wojciech Zamecznik

Milan: ‘Back to Front’ exhibition

A tribute to the architecture of Polish exhibitions from the 1950s and 1960s – a forgotten yet fascinating moment in the history of exhibition design.