Maria Chomentowska, armchair, produced by the Furniture Wing of the Industrial Design Institute in Warsaw, 1954, collections of the National...

Maria Chomentowska, armchair, produced by the Furniture Wing of the Industrial Design Institute in Warsaw, collections of the National Museum in Warsaw, photo: Michał Korta - photo 2

Meisner's Osa [Wasp] scooter was the only vehicle of its kind designed and produced in Poland. Few people know that it was Poland, not the United States or Japan, that was the world's largest producer of motorcycles and scooters of that period. Photo: Michał Korta

Co-designers: Krzysztof Brun, Jerzy Jankowski and Tadeusz Mathia, produced by the Warsaw Motorcycle Factory, collections of the Motorization Museum, a branch of the Museum of Technology in Warsaw Photo: Michał Korta

Made in the workshop of Andrzej Sydor in Krakow, 1909, collections of the National Museum in Warsaw. Photo: Michał Korta

Karol Tichy, Fotel z zestawu mebli do sypialni/Armchair from bedroom furniture set, wykonany w warsztacie Andrzeja Sydora w Krakowie/made in the workshop of Andrzej Sydor in Krakow, collections of the National Museum in Warsaw.

Design Made in Poland. /Projekt Polski Maja Szczypek.

egg packaging - This Happy Eggs packaging is designed by Maja Szczypek, a student based in Warsaw, Poland. This branding concept is sustainable and aims to make co.

Kosmos Project, The Heart, 2008, wine decanter Read more about Polish desingers on: www.culture.pl/web/english/events-calendar-full-page/-/eo_event_asset_publisher/L6vx/content/young-creative-poland%3A-4-years-on

Kosmos Project, The Heart, wine decanter Read more about Polish desingers on:

"SIE32" chair. The Warsaw-based sculptor and designer creates objects that are not only inspired by nature, but that incorporate nature directly in the design. Photo courtesy of Paweł Grunert

The Warsaw-based sculptor and designer creates objects that are not only inspired by nature, but that incorporate nature directly in the design. Photo courtesy of Paweł Grunert

Linen jacquard fabric, made by the Ład Artists’ Cooperative, 1929, collections of the Central Textiles Museum in Łódź. Photo: Michał Korta

Helena Bukowska, Rhomboids (Chessboard) linen jacquard fabric, made by the Ład Artists’ Cooperative, collections of the Central Textiles Museum in Łódź.

Moho Design, Mohohej! Dia, carpet, photo: press materials  Read more: http://www.culture.pl/web/english/resources-design-full-page/-/eo_event_asset_publisher/eAN5/content/beyond-the-triumph-on-ugliness%3A-polish-design-after-1989

Designed by Magdalena Lubinska and Michal Kopaniszyn, the DIA rugs are absolutely beautiful -- like colorful floor doilies.

The whimsical tapestries of Józefa Wnukowa created ambience and gave a special feel to cafe interiors, theaters, cabarets, or private apartments with modern interiors. The monumental kołtryny also played a vital function in the arrangements of exhibits and fair displays, of backdrops and sets for the theatre and ballet. The technique flourished most in the latter half of the 1950s. Photo: Michał Korta

The whimsical tapestries of Józefa Wnukowa created ambience and gave a special feel to cafe interiors, theaters, cabarets, or private apartments with modern interiors. The monumental kołtryny also played a vital function in the arrangements of exhibits and fair displays, of backdrops and sets for the theatre and ballet. The technique flourished most in the latter half of the 1950s. Photo: Michał Korta

Co-designer: Andrzej Latos, for the Predom Research and Development Center, 1975, models in the collections of the National Museum in Warsaw. Photo: Michał Korta

Co-designer: Andrzej Latos, for the Predom Research and Development Center, models in the collections of the National Museum in Warsaw. Read more at: Photo: Michał Korta

Matylda Krzykowski and Kaspar Hamacher, "Display Case", wooden containers made of oak wood. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Matylda Krzykowski and Kaspar Hamacher, "Display Case", wooden containers made of oak wood. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Oskar Zięta, "Plopp Family", trunks Read more about Polish designers and The Spirit of Poland project on: http://tnij.com/DqQrw

The iconic Raw Plopp stool is by Polish designer Oskar Zieta. The retro futuristic design of the metal stool is made using an innovative forming method – FIDU.

Produced by the Henneberg Brothers Plating Factory in Warsaw, ca. 1937. Private collection. Photo: Michał Korta

Julia Keilowa, ashtray and cigarette holder, produced by the Henneberg Brothers Plating Factory in Warsaw, ca.

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