Sofa Diva


Extremely comfortable sofa with a slightly curved armrest. Elegant yet cozy form available as modular elements as well as sofa, lounge chair and a pouf.


















Project info

Year: 2018
Design: Co-designed as a part of the project team
Technique: Traditional upholstery
Photo credits: Aleksandra Zawistowska







Sofa Spectra


Soft and elegant sofa with an integrated headrest. Modern form with the textile details and outside metal legs.    


















Project info


Client: Olta

Year: 2018

Design: Co-designed as a part of the project team
Technique: Traditional upholstery
Photo credits: Aleksandra Zawistowska







Dashes


Dashes set was created with the belief that everyday objects should be created in dialogue with the reality so they do not repeat existing forms but define new ones. The project is the result of continuous observation people in their homes.This minimalistic furniture is characterized by light and fresh form and provides an added value to functionality and comfort.

Dashes won the first prize in the fifth edition of the Young to start competition organized by Elle Decoration Poland and was one of the best Make me! 2016 competition projects.






The side table can be slid under a sofa or a bed so a cup of coffee or a book can be put aside comfortably. The table top has a hole that can be used for easier carrying and helps to keep all the cables in order.

The trestle was inspired by the habit of hanging up semi dirty clothes. It is universal piece of furniture which works all around the home.


The design process consisted of searching for lightness and visual order as well as finding maximum functionality within minimalistic but still attractive form.


















Project info

Client: Private
Year: 2016
Material: Solid ash wood
Photo credits: Dominika Rutkowska / Krzysztof Pacholak
Awards: Elle Decoration Poland / Make me!





Dashes


Dashes set was created with the belief that everyday objects should be created in dialogue with the reality so they do not repeat existing forms but define new ones. The project is the result of continuous observation people in their homes. This minimalistic furniture is characterized by light and fresh form and provides an added value to functionality and comfort.

Dashes won the first prize in the fifth edition of the Young to start competition organized by Elle Decoration Poland and was one of the best Make me! 2016 competition projects.





The side table can be slid under a sofa or a bed so a cup of coffee or a book can be put aside comfortably. The table top has a hole that can be used for easier carrying and helps to keep all the cables in order.

The trestle was inspired by the habit of hanging up semi dirty clothes. It is universal piece of furniture which works all around the home.
 
The design process consisted of searching for lightness and visual order as well as finding maximum functionality within minimalistic but still attractive form. 

















Project info

Client: Private
Year: 2016
Material: Solid ash wood
Photo credits: Dominika Rutkowska / Krzysztof Pacholak
Awards: Elle Decoration Poland / Make me!




Mark

Wallet


The design of a wallet answers the needs of both: seeing people and the blind. Attractive and handy, but at the same time equipped with the elements which help the blind distinguish different banknotes and coins.


Project has been awarded a distinction diploma in the international design competition Make Me! 2013.



The banknotes pocket is shaped in a manner that corresponds to the size of different banknotes. On the flap of the purse there is a model of a 50-grosz coin so it can be told apart from the similar 20-grosz one (other coins do not usually cause such a problem, as they differ in size and weight). One corner of the wallet is rounded which helps to navigate by touch.




The wallet was created in cooperation with the Vis Maior Foundation which promotes the participation of people with sight disabilities in everyday social life. Thanks to consulting the blind people from the foundation it was easy to define the most important problems that can be solved by the design of the wallet.












Project info

Client: Vis Maior foundation
Year: 2012
Material: Leather
Photo credits: Agata Matlak-Lutyk
Video: Justyna Buba Purzycka
Awards: Make me! distinction diploma

Marta Morawska-Omalecka
Product & Furniture Design 

info@martamorawska.pl
+48 695 955 435


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