The POLISH JOB exhibition at last week’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile was intended to introduce international audiences to contemporary polish design through the lenses of locality, nostalgia and innovation.
According to the curators, the second strand – NOSTALGIA – featured objects which “neatly allude to Social Realism and process selected elements of the culture of that era in a smart dialogue with the past.” Polish Porcelain Factories Ćmielów and Chodzież became examples of how Polish design from before 1989 became reborn. Forms and patterns from the socialist decades were re-designed, re-implemented and became an inspiration for new collections. Blue Line is a reference to the Polish porcelain heritage. The collection was designed by Marek Cecuła and Dagmara Rogers from Modus Design studio and is available in the “Ćmielów” and “Chodzież” product portfolios.
CFile has taken the liberty of adding two other blue and white designs from Marek Cecula and Modus Design Studio: Touch of Blue and Stone.
Above: Blue Line designed by Marek Cecuła and Dagmara Rogers from Modus Design studio. Available in “Ćmielów” and “Chodzież” product portfolio.