Adam Wiercinski graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Arts in Poznan. In 2015, he founded his own practice wiercinski-studio. He implements projects of various scales, from public spaces to houses, interiors and furniture. He received the SARP (the association of Polish architects) Year Award for the Szelag Garden with a culture pavilion project. Discover his selection of products!
AddAddHanging lamps by Muller Van Severen
Although most design lovers know Muller Van Severen for their furniture, the design couple’s story actually kicked off with the conception of these hanging lamps. "It all started out of necessity." Hannes explains. "We were working in our new home which is an old house. A socket in the ceiling above the table was missing to plug in a light source, so we designed a lamp that could hang from the wall." Like all Muller Van Severen’s furniture, the hanging lamps add a sober but colorful line to the interior.
AddAddASSEMBLE by destroyers/builders
The ASSEMBLE sofa designed by destroyers/builders encourages exactly what its name suggests: to assemble your own sofa. The asymmetrical cushions are assembled into different sofa-elements. There are single seaters to choose from, two-seaters, corner elements, poufs and side tables to play around with. This sofa was developed to be neither too firm, nor very soft. “This universal fit was a very important feature in my design process”, says Linde Freya Tangelder, the woman behind destroyers/builders. Form-wise the ASSEMBLE was inspired by weathered pebble stones, by ground glass or the remains
AddAddI Beam Tables
A versatile pedestal, side table or coffee table, Ward Bennett’s I Beam tables pay tribute to modern architecture and industrial exactness. Crafted from powder-coated cast aluminium and either left bare or topped with glass or stone, the I Beam tables offer an auxiliary surface and a witty artistic statement.
Fien and Hannes made their iconic seats with a leather cloth spanned between two horizontal bars. After that, they designed the rocking chair which is constructed by the same principal. Just as with all Muller Van Severen’s designs, transparency is key. And so it swings through the space of the interior without ever covering the background. Available in a bleak leather that turns dark-brown over the years with a green frame, or in 3 different color options with a fabric in 100% linen.