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Design from the Baltic. Baltic Home exhibition in Szczecin

25 of September '20

An exhibition of design, furniture and applied design by designers from the Baltic Sea countries - Baltic Home- will open on Tuesday, September 29. The exhibition will be on view until October 16 in the historic INKU villa of the Szczecin Cultural Incubator.

Scandinavian design has been very popular for several years now - bright colors, minimalist forms and natural materials do not go out of fashion. It is also worth looking at the projects of artists from other countries of the Baltic Sea, which are not inferior to the Scandinavian ones either in quality or ingenuity!

The countries of the Baltic Sea are characterized by extraordinary potential and rich resources. In front of us is a mixture of different cultures, different outlooks, which will merge and allow us to move to the Baltic home, where we will find not only peace and serenity. It is nature that gives rhythm to the agitated waves on the sea, so we will evoke an abyss of emotions during the exhibition," the exhibition organizers write.
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klim from the Wasteworld collection

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The exhibition will feature, among others, the Tonuki bench designed by Katarzyna Dzięcioł of Karbonado studio, the Paper Bag vase by Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkali, clims from Tartaruga studio's Wasteworld collection, decorative figurines resembling a tern sitting on a breakwater by Studio 1:1, the iconic Danish lamp PH5 by Louis Poulsen, handmade sofas by Polish company Scandic Sofa by Piotr Mielcarek, seaside-inspired bedding by Szczecin-based brand Foonka designed by Gosia Dziembaj, Swawole armchairs andflowerbeds by Sylwia Sokolowska of Elementuj, an ecological furniture system PIN by Ola Witaszczyk, Konrad Dybicki, Magdalena Pawelec, as well as works by students and graduates of the Academy of Art in Szczecin.

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Swawole armchairs

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More information about the exhibition can be found here.

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