Michael Schmidt, mostly known as Michael Dansk, approaches his work as creative consultant, interior designer and tastemaker, both rationally and emotionally. Throughout his career he has gained a deep awareness of what works and what doesn’t, and instead of just following trends, he’s learnt how to follow his gut.
Nella Beljan doesn’t just see beauty, she feels it with her entire body — this intuition, we reckon, is probably what makes her such a talented curator. Nella recently designed four Tylkos for her home and showroom that highlight her bold, minimalist interior style.
Combining traditional craft with new technologies, Ola Mirecka’s work is a constant investigation into how play and creativity can be used as a tool for innovation and even help solve today’s world problems.
Creatives Ceri Muller and Alexis Christodoulou have turned their personal passions into successful careers, making waves in their respective worlds of ceramic arts and 3D design. We catch up with the pair in their cosy Amsterdam apartment to find out more.
Content director Sarah Schaefer perfects the art of contemporary minimalism with each new project, her simple and serene imagery the very definition of ‘less is more’. We catch up with the non-stop creative to find out more.
We recently collaborated with imma gram: the world’s first Computer-Generated model and influencer, created by Tokyo-based company Aww Inc. Whilst her face is hyper-realistic, imma’s surrounding settings are very much real — so, together we brought to life a Type01 Sideboard in Dusty Pink for her cute and colourful home.
Based in Poznań, Poland, Interior Designer and artist Agnieszka Owsiany creates calm and intimate spaces designed to stand the test of time. We sit down with the creative to find out more about her process and gather a few tips for our own home projects.
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.
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.