During the exhibition organised on 17 May at the Creative Multifunctional Facility (KOM) as part of the Night of Museums, you will be able to see six innovative Defra bathroom furniture collections presented under the slogan: DefraConcept = innovative design.
Concepts developed in co-operation with designers are unconventional projects dedicated to discerning lovers of contemporary design.
This interesting exhibition will be an excellent opportunity to take a closer look at current trends in bathroom design. In addition to unique design qualities, the furniture collections created by the designers also meet the assumptions of optimum space use, ergonomics and intuitive use.
Designers: Zofia Żadan, Mikołaj Szymankiewicz
Bathroom furniture design Bella combines simplicity and elegance. Decorative, tall legs inspired by the dorm of a dressing table and glass elements contrast with the dense form of standing cabinets, making it original and light. The pieces are connected with woodgrain decor and digital visions decor, whose horizontal positioning makes the space look bigger. The solids, in spite of their unusual shape, are fully functional. Attention to detail offers the user a luxurious sensation even in the smallest of bathrooms.
Designers: Katarzyna Bisztyga, Michał Szczególski
Hetta stands for Scandinavian warmth. This design intends to introduce the atmosphere of a Scandinavian spa into the modern bathroom, for everyday relaxation. Frugal furniture shapes bring out the raw, natural decor. The use of fabric shelves not only allows adjusting space at hand for storage, but also endows this minimalistic furniture set with comfort and warmth. Thanks to that, we can keep all our indispensables within the reach, at sight or hidden in spacious cabinets.
Designers: Anna Pach-Rudnicka, Radosław Janowski
The Mont Collection was inspired by the mountain landscape. Main idea of this design was to make it functional. The forms feature a detailed storage system, thanks to which every user finds a space of their own. An intuitive distinction into zones helps to organize various objects. Mont is user-friendly furniture.
Designers: Maria-Magdalena Ciślak, Wioletta Kazukiewicz
co-operation: Umut Can Sevkal
Bathroom furniture set Intro was designed for people who want to make their bathroom space original and unique. Open and closed utility surface make a consistent and functional space. Geometric lines along with the broken-white lacquered board contrasted with blatant Shetland Oak give them the character, charm and clarity.
Designers: Olga Mężyńska, Milena Wójcik
Op-arty is a collection of bathroom furniture inspired by the 60’s. It consists of four elements, which can be freely compiled to create your own, individual space. Characteristic, diagonal legs, makes the elements look lighter. Combining colors with the woodgrain decor highlights originality of the collection. Op-arty is a design for those who value individualism and elegance.
Designer: Joanna Lisiecka
Bathroom furniture design Elbo is a result of trying to address the users of small spaces. It is a harmonious proposal to order closed and open functional spaces within an exceptionally dynamic form. A design research led to a creation of a set of hanging cabinets, which can be adjusted to individual, ergonomic requirements.
Creative Multifunctional Facility in Milicz is going to take part in the Night of Museums for the first time. On this occasion, numerous accompanying events have been organised, such as a vernissage of sketches by Rafał Klaus, an Everything is possible open gallery, presentation of short films made by the students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, as well as the presentation of a 3D printer and creative workshops for children and adults. You will also be able to see a museum collection of more than 6 thousand Christmas ornaments.
You are welcome to come!
KOM ul. Dąbrowskiego 3 Milicz
17.05.2014 r., 18.00 – 22.00 pm
To see the full programme of the event click HERE