Public Project Collection: Oak Furniture Handmade Using Traditional Methods

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Public Project Collection - Oak furniture handmade using traditional methods

“Public Project” is a collection of oak furniture designed and manufactured by Polish studio Loft Kolasiński.

Description by Loft Kolasinski: On DMY Berlin 2015 we showed our first furniture collection called “Public Project” and few days ago we had an opportunity to made a photo session of the collection in Szczecin Philharmonic. This amazing building got this year Mies van der Rohe Award so we were super glad to photograph there. Our furniture are made of solid oak wood, finished with a natural oil and crafted with big patience for details. Everything is created and manufactured in Szczecin, Poland, in cooperation with carpenters who use traditional production methods.

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Collection include 2 mirrors, 2 chaise lounges, 2 coffee tables, 1 bed and 1 wall cabinet with mirror. Basicly our furniture are available on request and “public project” collection will be available this month in online shop.

Furniture designed by Jacek Kolasiński (www.loft-kolasinski.pl)
Photos are made by Karolina Bąk

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