We invite you to look around the private spaces of Polish artists and media personalities. The Tubądzin Group is starting a new cycle: Open the door for Tubądzin. It is an opportunity to become acquainted with sophisticated interiors created with thought and courage.
Author: PoliszDesign by Kate&Co
Artists from the world of architecture and design were invited to the first series of the “Open the door for Tubądzin” series. This is a unique opportunity to see extraordinary interior arrangements created by and for local artists. The series’ guests will show how they live and work and will tell us how they seek inspiration for their spaces.
In the premiere episode, Katarzyna Szostakowska, an interior designer and founder of the renowned interior design website PoliszDesign by Kate&Co, who also runs her own studio at home, opens her doors to viewers.
“The viewers will be able to see her private interiors, which are comfortable, noble in detail, and at the same time skilfully balance between style, functionality and the highest quality of finish. The designer will tell us what guided her when selecting specific materials and furnishings. We will also find out why her house looks the way it does. We invite you to watch this inspiring visit and the series “Open the door for Tubądzin”. – says Magdalena Pisera, Head of Marketing Department at Tubądzin, who is responsible for the format.
In each episode of Open the door for Tubądzin, our crew films extraordinary houses, flats and studios, designed from start to finish and decorated with Tubądzin Ceramics products. We find out what inspired them to create such imaginative interiors, and we get to know the profiles of our stars.
Both in the Open the door for Tubądzin cycle, as well as on the Tubądzin Design Community website, we put people – artists – in the foreground.
We encourage the architects of our community to participate in this series. Become the star of the next episode. Contact: Ewa Kryszkiewicz, Development and Cooperation with Architects Manager email@example.com