A duo of young designers specializing in interior and product design, as well as in constructing constructions that redefine human interactions in public space. Mindful of the social issues, they create projects that address everyday life problems.
Moho Design is a creative brand and a rug-making company created in 2004 by Magdalena Lubińska, a self-taught designer, and Michał Biernacki, a designer who graduated from the Department of Painting at the University of Silesia and an assistant at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice.
Paweł Grobelny - one of the most acclaimed contemporary Polish designers, he creates projects based on simple and harmonious shapes, striving to achieve a certain timeless, classical, yet at the same time unforgettable look.
Different – that’s the single word describing how the Warsaw designer treats traditional porcelain. Her dishes, lamps and interior decorations, thanks to their originality, are gaining acclaim and popularity in Poland and abroad.
They experiment with form, colour and material, juxtaposing objects from various spheres. In their realisations, they accentuate irrationality, often referencing Jung’s philosophy, chiefly inspired by his concept of "group unconsciousness".
All of Hanna and Gabriel Rechowicz’s compositions take their cue from the proportions of spatial arrangements - whether the medium is architecture, design or painting. Gabriel Rechowicz treated painting as an autonomous discipline, however he used it in a very special way.
The stylized interiors of some of the duo's most memorable projects - whether it's the elegant Bristol Hotel bar or a local supermarket - make a statement about the status of Polish design from the '50s and '60s.
This pioneering exhibition of some 180 objects - including furniture, textiles, ceramics, glass and posters - from the collection of the National Museum in Warsaw features the most important examples of Polish Modernist design. Rarely seen in the West, the collection explores the significance of the objects of everyday use in shaping modernity and the modern Polish identity emerging during the post-war period...