Nowadays, more and more people live in very small apartments, in which one room must act as a kitchen, living room and bedroom. In such cases, almost every centimeter and functionality count.
The Berlin "Kink" is a combination of modern art and top-flight liquors. Restaurant owners Oliver Mansaray and Daniel Scheppan are responsible for the design of the eclectic interior.
Perfumes with the scent of flowers, musk or wood can already be called a perfume classic. There are more and more unusual smells on the market: even a church or concrete. This is not the end of unusual fragrances, because the fragrance of space is underway!
Concrete has become extremely popular in interiors: no one is surprised by the unplastered, concrete walls or elements of equipment cast from concrete such as washbasins, countertops and even tables. Designer Gábor Kasza has an idea on how to make sockets and switches from concrete.
The legendary designer and illustrator Milton Glaser died in New York. One of his most recognizable works was the famous I Love NY logo, which became a symbol of the love of the Big Apple residents to their city.
Design is not only aesthetics or functionalism, but also fun. Some of the items are created not only to fulfill a specific function, but above all to interest and entertain the audience. This is the case with this vase created by Yuhsien studio.
George Floyd's death caused a wave of protest in the United States that shook the world. As a result of these events, the Johnson & Johnson group Band-aid decided to release patches in various skin tones.
The British brand Marks & Spencer returns to Poland after three years of absence, but this time in an unusual edition. In our country, only food products from the brand's range will be available.
Space has a huge impact on how we feel. A nice interior can help you relax and reassure, which is especially important in such places is a medical clinic or hospital. This Bydgoszcz clinic is the perfect proof that such an interior can be not only functional but also nice!
At the last auction at the Polswiss Art Auction House in Warsaw, among the works put up for sale was a painting by Jan Matejko. For the canvas "Portrait of Professor Karol Gilewski" anonymous buyer paid 5.9 million zlotys plus 18 percent of the auction fee.
The aesthetics on the streets of Polish cities is still different. Fortunately, there are many grassroots initiatives that are designed to sort out the visual chaos that reigns on the streets of Polish cities. One of such initiatives is the Traffic Design association.