The exhibition is a smaller, limited to folk aspects, edition of the „Naturalne Zasoby Polskiego Designu” (“Natural Resources of Polish Design”) exhibition. It presents designs inspired by Polish culture and craftsmanship, their simple, folk roots. Designers are fascinated by decorative motifs typical for Polish rural regions: lace, cut-outs, stripes and pinafores, as well as traditional forms and natural materials.
The exhibition had two versions.
The 1st was presented on 100% Design London (2009) and in PS2 GALLERY in Belfast (2010) (Partners: Adam Mickiewicz Institute and Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola)
Partners: Adam Mickiewicz Institute and Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola.
The 2nd updated version was presented in Sofia, Bulgaria as a part of Sofia Design Week and in Bucharest, Romania at the Muzeul Național al Țăranului Român and in Celje, Slovenia (2013) and in Lubljana, Slovenia at Ambient Furniture Fair. Partners: Institutes of Polish Culture in Sofia, Bucharest and Polish Embassy in Slovenia.
The 1st issue participating designers and architects: Aze Design, Malafor, Joanna Rusin and Agieszka Czop, Agnieszka Lasota, Platform, Chrum, Kafti Design, Bogdan Kosak, Gogo Design,
The 2nd issue participants: Aze Design, Malafor, Joanna Rusin and Agieszka Czop, Agnieszka Lasota, Bartosz Mucha, Katarzyna Herman-Janiec, Karina Marusińska, Tomek Rygalik, Alicja Patanowska, Barbórka Design, Pani Jurek, Fabriqua, Mateusz Przybysz, Karol Murlak, Bożena Wiślicka, Katarzyna Mucha-Wiśniewska