5 Young Polish Design Firms to Watch

The Comforty Ume loveseat upholstered in Kvadrat fabric by Maja Ganszyniec for Studio Ganszyniec. Photography by Ernest Winczyk, courtesy of Studio Ganszyniec.

The Comforty Ume armchair upholstered in Kvadrat fabric by Maja Ganszyniec for Studio Ganszyniec. Photography by Ernest Winczyk, courtesy of Studio Ganszyniec.

The Sprouter food grower in terracotta by Maja Ganszyniec for Ikea's Användbar Collection. Photography by Ernest Winczyk, courtesy of Studio Ganszyniec.

Maja Ganszyniec of Studio Ganszyniec. Photography courtesy of Studio Ganszyniec. 

The Chamberstick candle holder by Tomek Rygalik of Studio Rygalik for Tre. Photography courtesy of Studio Rygalik.

The Moon marble serving dish by Tomek Rygalik of Studio Rygalik for Tre. Photography courtesy of Studio Rygalik.

The Piano table by Tomek Rygalik of Studio Rygalik for Tre. Photography courtesy of Studio Rygalik.

Tomek and Gosia Rygalik of Studio Rygalik. Photography courtesy of Studio Rygalik.

The Circles occasional table by Maria Jeglinska for Ligne Roset. Photography copyright Ligne Roset.

Hotel Essentials freestanding mirrors by Maria Jeglinska for Autor Rooms. Photography courtesy of Maria Jeglinska.

Designer Maria Jeglinska. Photography copyright Kasia Bobula.

The upholstered oak Mesa bench by Studio 1:1. Photography courtesy of Studio 1:1.

The oak Tern wood bird by Studio 1:1. Photography courtesy of Studio 1:1.

The Diago chair in leather by Tabanda. Photography courtesy of Tabanda.

The Napka daybed by Tabanda. Photography courtesy of Tabanda.  

Filip Ludka, Tomek Kempa, and Megi Malinowski, founders of design firm Tabanda. Photography courtesy of Tabanda.

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