Time is a precious resource and these days it feels as scarce as ever. As life becomes increasingly hectic, returning home to a welcoming and stylish space after a long day feels like a true joy – having somewhere to unwind and de-stress is a twenty-first century must.
Organizing and decluttering are all the rage these days. For that we can largely thank the present-day titan of tidiness, Marie Kondo, whose KonMari method has fueled several books, a Netflix series, and invigorated an entire industry devoted to helping people maintain control over their physical possessions.
Architects Marta Frejda and Michał Gratkowski talk us through their forward-thinking design practice and welcome us into their art-filled family home, a space clearly created by two sharp-eyed individuals.
It’s a messy world and we all get the urge to try and organize what’s around us. But how many of us are going about it smartly? Marie Kondo has a few ideas about better living – but be warned – it’s for the bold.
These designers chose to work with plywood for a reason! Their furniture prove the incredible versatility and strength of the material, ensuring plywood keeps its place in the design world as a superior material - one Tylko is proud to use as well.
You can live in Warsaw for years and never discover all the architectural gems it hides. Brand strategist Anna Koszur lives in one of them - a masterpiece of modernism tucked away at the end of Słoneczna Street.
It takes more than one brilliant mind to design and manufacture a customizable piece of furniture. The Tylko design team talks about working on the intersection of technology and design, and pushing the boundaries of what is doable.