The project has been driven by the possibility of creation of self-adaptive solutions that address everyday needs in a modern and trendy way. Local products – tangible, accessible and visible – are found particularly authentic and sustainable by consumers.
The exhibited project is the first model of a series of design products in the portfolio of a newly established brand. The use of vanishing crafts is one of its unique features. Crafts typical for the Silesia region will be used in the first production series.
The ‘A1’ chair is graphic in its shape. Its structure is sturdy but flexible enough to provide comfort of use. No complex technology is used in the manufacturing process. The materials include different alloys of metal, wood and leather. Its design is simple but can be modified depending on the materials used and user’s preferences.
Michał Latko – a graduate in design of industrial forms and visual communication from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. He also holds a diploma in design management from the School of Humanities and Journalism in Poznań.
Łukasz Fragstein – a graduate in architecture and urban planning from the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice. He also holds a diploma in furniture design and interior decoration from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow.