Ceramisa is a small studio filled with design, creation and experimentation. This is a place where everyday-use and decorative objects are created manually, on a potter’s wheel. These are inspired by simple, minimalist forms found in nature, harmonious shapes, and subdued colours. Every Monday and Wednesday, the studio becomes a place of meetings for beginners and more advanced enthusiasts of creating their own pottery.
Brzystki is the original studio of Filip Brzyski, a sculptor whose works combine traditional ceramics with contemporary design. Brzyski likes experimenting, using various types of slip, and teaching – the studio organises ceramic workshops and outdoor classes for children and adults.
How to materialize something unreal? How to convey harmony, simplicity and emotion? Aleksandra Białek tries to answer this question in her works, drawing from her architectural and culinary experience to create designs that convey a bit of metaphysics. For the creator of Biel, the process of working with clay is a truly liberating act.
Balena is a small ceramic studio where its founder – Katarzyna Bakuła-Drożak – and her husband Kuba work together. In their workshop, you will find dishes made from stoneware and faience in intense shades of turquoise, earth tones, and even gold.
Swarzędz Home is the heir to the tradition of Antoni Tabaka and Swarzędz Furniture Factory. This is a brand with over 100 years of tradition, which still surprises us with the modernity of its projects. Swarzędz Home offers furniture and accessories made from natural, fine materials, whose production still relies on traditional methods, but also freely incorporates new, interesting solutions.
Nami is a small pottery studio, born out of love for the Japanese craft tradition. Mateusz Pascal Łotocki and Elka Kosek are the founders of this place. The vessels they create take on simple, yet sophisticated forms, and each of them always serves a specific purpose. Functionality is the key word at NAMI, which can also be experienced by visiting the studio during numerous workshops organised there.
A pottery studio, open workshop and shop in one. A perfect place for all those who have been bitten by the pottery bug. You can acquire unique, non-moulded vessels with remarkable aesthetics while participating in workshops organised in the studio, or you can order whatever utensils you desire.
This is no ordinary tailor’s studio. Kuluza will make everything from anything. Beanbags from banners, seats from artificial turf, theatrical costumes, spatial installations and set design elements. The ladies at Kuluza make sure that most of their products go through recycling and uplifiting. Nothing is tossed, even the smallest piece of fabric will be put to good use. This is where the well-known backpacks and gadgets promoting the Malta Festival, Short Waves or Animator are produced.
In her work, Magdalena Kucharska returns to the roots, to nature. This seems to be the source of the artist’s infinite inspiration. Hadaki ceramics are simple, yet somewhat complex. The reason might be clay – a raw material perfect for experiments and full of surprises. Hadaki mainly offers practical tableware – cups, espresso cups, bowls and plates, designed for those who like to own original items.
The stoneware vessels made by Marta are characterized by simplicity, minimalist design and subdued earth colours. Her works emanate a soothing kind of calmness. Her pottery reflects a love for nature… and something else – maybe a longing for the simplicity of life?
Agata Bieleń is a versatile artist who makes various forms come to life in her unique studio. Handmade jewellery shares the space of an architectural studio with minimalist graphics. All of Agata’s designs, however, have one common denominator: the same plane. All of her works revolve around a line, the simplest geometric form.