polish avantgarde design studio, beza interiors, specializes in bespoke interiors for the creative sector. in its most recent project, beza redesigns the advertising agency, ‘hand made’, by revamping the office while maintaining its traditional architecture. according to the architects, a very important aspect of the project is the staircase — a lamp with organic covers was designed by the designers themselves, and a personalized sculpture with the client’s logo at the entrance. 

hand made’s trademark brand colors of blue and gold are displayed throughout the office


beza interiors especially created a series of handmade furniture and lamps for this project. the designers renovated the historic parquet floor and preserved the original tiled stoves. additionally, the atmosphere of the interior is emphasized by the stucco that they designed. using the client’s design, beza used traditional handcraft techniques such as wood carving, stucco wall decoration, metal hammering, shibori and sculpture. as a result of this personalization, every object is not only functional but offers a sense of individuality. the product of the firm’s work is a unique interior with customer-specific functionalities. 

the entrance welcomes visitors with its newly designed logo

beza interiors designed a series of handmade furniture and lamps for this project

the staircase, according to the designers, is an important aspect of the office as it features a custom-made marbled rug

peering into the office 

the meeting room

the reception desk

custom-made lamps are also found within the office space

the staircase as seen from below

a shared office space

a detailed view of the personalized furniture



project info: 


author: beza projekt
client: hand made advertising agency 
realisation: 2016
design team: anna łoskiewicz-zakrzewska, zofia strumiłło-sukiennik, tomasz korzewski, krzysztof benke
production manager: justyna ciurzyńska
photos: anna łoskiewicz-zakrzewska, jacek kołodziejski



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edited by: lynn chaya | designboom

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