A Story about the Baltic in Riga

Over forty designers from eight countries connected with the Baltic coast (Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Poland, and Sweden) will participate in the Roundabout Baltic exhibition in the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design in Riga, opening on 24th January 2017. Here are some of the Polish artists' designs on show at the exhibition.
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Each table design is laser-cut from a single sheet. The graphic nature of the negative spaces cut into the legs in light & shadow create varying geometric patterns depending on the viewer’s position. The tables are shown in a powder coated matte black & low luster copper plated finishes.

Each table design is laser-cut from a single sheet. The graphic nature of the negative spaces cut into the legs in light & shadow create varying geometric patterns depending on the viewer’s position. The tables are powder coated in matte black finish.

Yacht Stool by Malafor

Yacht Stool by Malafor

Yacht Sofa  is part of the "Yacht collection": 4-piece furniture set. The Sofa cover is made of DACRON sailcloth, commonly used in yacht sail production. DACRON's component is an impregnated synthetic, water and sun resistant polyester fiber.

Yacht Sofa is part of the "Yacht collection": furniture set. The Sofa cover is made of DACRON sailcloth, commonly used in yacht sail production. DACRON's component is an impregnated synthetic, water and sun resistant polyester fiber.

Blue Line by Modus Design

Blue Line by Modus Design

Alicja Patanowska, TUBO MOTUS vase, photo by Grzegorz Stadnik

The DMY International Design Festival Berlin, at Kraftwerk from June to 2016

Somnabulist by Justyna Popławska

Somnabulist by Justyna Popławska

PLANTATION is a series of porcelain elements designed for growing herbs and ornamental plants using the principles of hydroponics. Thanks to the use of only water and no soil, this method allows observing the growing process of both the stems and the roots of plants.

PLANTATION is a series of porcelain elements designed for growing herbs and ornamental plants using the principles of hydroponics. Thanks to the use of only water and no soil, this method allows observing the growing process of both the stems and the roots of plants.


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