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Isle_Design from Poland

Tuesday, 16 October 2007 by Irene Hoofs


Two years ago Aleksandra Klupinska and Izabela Kuzyszyn got the the idea to design objects inspired by the Polish traditional arts and crafts. Both are graduates from the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland. I’m very happy to show you their beautiful designs. Together they are Isle_Design. When I saw the work of Isle_Design for the first time I was really struck by the clean, simple but very strong lines of all their designs. The materials and colors are basic but the designs are stunning. These are not regular coathangers but decorative elements for your wall.


The felt armchair-seat by Isle_Desing, looks like you can make it yourself, but it's so perfectly folded... it takes great eye for detail and touch... creating a piece like this requires talent. 


I love linen...and what would be more perfect than having dinner at a table with a tablecloth like this. The patterns at the two ends of the tablecloth add charm and finesse... you can buy it online by sending Ola+Iza an email! Click here to visit Isle_Designs' website and see all their unique objects. {thanks ola+iza}

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