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Confashion collectiom, photo: Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Thanks to the Let’s Exhibit programme, young, up-and-coming Polish designers will have the opportunity to present their work at some of the most important trade events around the globe.

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Paweł Grobelny, collection "Recto-verso" at the Musée Grand Hornuin collaboration with French ceramicist Claude Aiello, photo: courtesy of the designer

Nationalmuseum in Stockholm will be presenting the exhibit "Glass is Tomorrow". It will include a series of vases, made in the glass-producing region of Meisenthal by Polish designer Paweł Grobelny.

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Poland is currently enjoying more than a mere 15 minutes in the spotlight as today's generation of designers continue to turn heads and win awards from Paris to New York and even Singapore. Its design brands show off a deft mix of quality and innovation that has won the support of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and taken new Polish design on tour across the world

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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.

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 Pouf Sleeping Mice by Monomoka, photo: courtesy of the artists

Design fairs in Paris will feature Polish designs of minimalist tables, knitted poufs and object that use innovative angles. The Adam Mickiewicz Institute is supporting international preparations for autumn presentation of Polish design.

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