‘raw’ armchair by tomek rygalik

poland street underground
vinyl factory at 51 poland st. septmeber 19 – 20, 2008

for the second year in a row, the polish cultural institute and the adam mickiewicz institute will host poland street underground, a showcase of polish art and design. this year’s event will feature a special installation by polish designer tomek rygalik. his newly designed ‘lampudra’ lights will illuminate the space, which will also feature ‘comfee’ lounge chairs by ania hrecka and ‘slightly tilted 6 degrees’ storage units by rca graduate maja ganszyniec. a specially commissioned bar by rygalik will be the show’s centrepiece. artwork by polish artists konrad pustola, natalie bewernitz & marek goldowski, katarzyna kozyra and robert kusmirowski will also be featured throughout the space. http://www.polandstreetunderground.com

london design festival 08 preview: poland street underground ‘lampudra’ lights by tomek rygalik

london design festival 08 preview: poland street underground ‘wbar’ for wyborowa wodka by tomek rygalik

london design festival 08 preview: poland street underground ‘termo’ seating systemby by tomek rygalik

london design festival 08 preview: poland street underground ‘termo’ seating systemby by tomek rygalik

london design festival 08 preview: poland street underground ‘dark rooms’ by konrad pustola

london design festival 08 preview: poland street underground ‘comfee’ lounge chairs by by ania hrecka & ‘slightly tilted 6 degrees’ storage units by maja ganszyniec