“Young Creative Poland” presents, in Milan’s famous Triennale, the best of the young, vital, emerging design scene in Poland.
A showcase of young designers showing innovative and exciting projects in various creative fields: furniture design, industrial design, graphic design, fashion, animation, architecture, engineering and multimedia.
In Europe today, Poland is one of the most vibrant, emerging design scenes. It is a natural inheritance of the strong creative movement which developed in Poland from the 1930’s to the 1960’s. Rare documents describing this movement will be shown during the Young Creative Poland exhibition. They represent a preview of a future initiative intended to illustrate Polish culture of the 20th century to a wider public.
Miska Miller-Lovegrove, the London based Polish born architect has been working internationally for the past 29 years. She is a partner of the Lovegrove Studio, one of the world leading design and architectural offices.
Anna Pietrzyk-Simone, is head of communications at Lovegrove Studio since 2004. Prior to moving to London she worked on developing creative industries in South Africa through the Design Indaba brand.
Monika Unger, born in Poland, is an architect and a furniture design expert based in Milan. She is active in interior end exhibition design, multimedia and visual design projects for international clients.