Posts Tagged ‘Warsaw’

Euronet office by The Design Group, Warsaw – Poland

May 22nd, 2018

In social zones, a combination of home atmosphere and minimalist modernity prevails. Owing to using natural materials, such as veneer or a green wall, the interior is taking on a friendly character.

Wola Park Coworking Offices by Mocolocco, Warsaw – Poland

May 1st, 2018

The solutions for wall designs are differentiated – large format ceramic tiles in pale grey are suggested for pilasters and light panels finished with natural greenery are recommended for existing glazing.

Confidential Pharmaceutical Company by The Design Group, Warsaw – Poland

April 25th, 2018

A considerable number of veneered elements harmonizes perfectly well with the Scandinavian style of furniture and subdued, pastel colors. The whole creates a delicate, cozy interior referring to a home character.

The Brain Embassy headquarters by mode:lina, Warszawa – Poland

March 22nd, 2018

Visitors to The Brain Embassy in Warsaw’s Mokotów are, from the very entrance, led right through the entire interior by three-dimensional elements, inspired by neurons and synapses. Just like impulses pass through them in our brain, steel synapses constructions pass through several The Brain Embassy zones, and link innovative areas of this co-creating.

CCC Shoes and Bags Office by In Design Zbigniew Kostrzewa, Warsaw – Poland

December 2nd, 2017

Natural materials used in the project are complemented by warm, pastel colors of furniture. All those elements put together make a harmonious space that communicates elegance. Coherent and delicate yet distinctive design does not distract employees and addresses their visual well – being.

Volkswagen Home by mode:lina™, Warsaw – Poland

November 30th, 2017

Volkswagen decided to create a unique project, Volkswagen Home, and invited mode:lina™ studio architects from Poznań to design it. Volkswagen Home is a new philosophy of presenting Volkswagen cars, and it premieres on the Polish automotive market.

Denim Days AW17 windows by Malgorzata Botor, Warsaw- Poland

August 26th, 2017


The main idea was to promote the denim clothes and prepare interesting mannequin styling. I decided to play with the image of David’s sculpture.

MediaCom Offices by Workplace Solutions, Warsaw – Poland

August 16th, 2017


Workplace Solutions designed the offices of media and marketing company MediaCom, located in Warsaw, Poland.

Miło office by Five Cell, Warsaw – Poland

April 10th, 2017

The design is based on a light gray color palette, warmed up by the use of natural wood finishing. Individually designed furniture feature custom wooden elements. The repetitive use of wooden modules is a core of the design.

MCI Capital Office by Massive Design, Warsaw – Poland

April 9th, 2017

Reception zone had to be elegant, modern and emphasizing both prestige and dynamics of MCI and PEM companies. They key was to apply high quality finishing materials and reveal great view overlooking the center of Warsaw from 35th floor of the Warsaw Spire building.

Sinsay Denim Days windows, Warsaw – Poland

March 16th, 2017

Sinsay is a Polish brand which opened four years ago. The idea was to keep it simple and draw attention to Denim. I used silver bugs as a background and set them in repetition, like the design on a wall paper.

Przystanek Piekarnia Bakery by Five Cell, Warsaw – Poland

January 30th, 2017

Each of the interiors is equipped with a unique system of modules made of stained birch plywood. Depending on such parameters as location, size and height of rooms, these modules may be used to create a suspended ceiling, display racks or serve both functions at once.

Adidas Runners club by Forbis Group, Warsaw – Poland

January 3rd, 2017

The concept uses a various types of lighting: decorative, rail, spotlights and general. Its characteristic feature are the neon signs, which refer to the Warsaw style of the communist era, just like the furniture of the polish design, including eg. The famous Chierowski armchair.

Co-working zone in Shopping Center Wola by Mocolocco, Warsaw – Poland

December 23rd, 2016



This area is intended to develop the zone functionally connected to the food court that will be used by customers looking for a quiet place for work, business meetings and generally co-working – which is becoming more and more popular due to technological changes making up the new system and creating the new way of conducting business.

getBACK offices by Mokaa Architekci, Warsaw – Poland

October 27th, 2016

The interior was designed as a dynamic, contrasting form creating very modern space. Blue glass frame surrounds the conference and information space, individual positions are separated by panes of glass, while waiting area for clients is surrounded by dark graphite frame.

T-Mobile offices by A+D Retail Store Design, Warsaw – Poland

October 22nd, 2016

The new rooms and zones have been heavily used since their introduction which is a testament to their powerful and useful design which focused on the needs of the users: intimacy, creative space, team workshops, relaxing area, silent rooms etc.

EY Offices by Massive Design, Warsaw – Poland

September 19th, 2016

EY advisory company has finished realization of their original concept “Workplace of the future”. The aim was to create modern work environment, that facilitates teamwork, allows providing services at the highest level and attracts best specialists from the labour market.

Second Choice identity by Noeeko

June 14th, 2016

We worked closely with Second Choice to design visual identity and responsive website that introduces the brand, showcases its beautiful and unique products, and helps communicate the story behind the brand.

Makalu store by ZAMEK DESIGN, Warsaw – Poland

May 11th, 2016

ZAMEK DESIGN created an exclusive image of their boutiques, with walls following a broken polyline pattern, paired with unique lighting which reflects the dynamic forms of the walls.

Odette Tea Room by UGO Architecture, Warsaw – Poland

February 9th, 2016

An asymmetrical grid of brass rods forms a spatial lighting fixture which visually extends into a matching metal shelving framework.