London Design Fair - reviews and impressions

It’s been a while since we’ve come back from London Design Fair. It been a crazy & busy time for us and we’re even more glad that some of renowned people in the industry highlighted our brand among other amazing brands & designers.
These Four Walls Blog put us on a list of top 10 London Design Festival finds!
"Stylish, versatile furniture from
I was drawn to start-up brand‘s stand almost as soon as I walked into London Design Fair. Based in Poznán, Poland, it was founded on the belief that the spaces around us shape the way we feel and view the world. Its furniture and accessories are therefore designed to be functional and beautiful, and were created with everyday use in mind. There are sideboards, media units, cabinets, tables, beds, poufs and more, all featuring clean lines and timeless shapes. I particularly liked the look of the ‘Naturally’ collection, which pairs slimline black legs with nature-inspired colours such as earthy terracotta, forest green and sandy beige, and the modular ‘Folbi’ shelving system, which consists of metal frames and plywood inserts that can be arranged in all sorts of different configurations. Everything is available to buy online, and it’s definitely a brand I’ll be keeping an eye on from now on." was a nice discovery with interesting minimal designs. I liked quite a few items from the collection and I think this is one to watch. The Tows Ladder is on my wish list, as is the Lekko Cabinet.

- Hege Morris, Hege in France

Last, but not least, Cate St Hill covered us in her article, saying:
It always takes me a while to work my way through everything I’ve seen at London Design Festival 2019 and process it all. So today we’ve got a two parter (part 2 will go out tomorrow morning), rounding up a range of simple and sustainable designs that caught my eye across the week-long event in September.
(…) (London Design Fair) based in Poland, is a small start-up brand that creates simple, functional furniture items. Their designs use high quality materials and each piece is custom made by hand to order.
The Folbi storage system is a modular design, made of black powder coated steel and plywood, that can be configured with inserts to create multiple arrangements, from sideboards to shelving displays. The Met media furniture comes in three colours on slender black legs and features a tactile, structured glass doors, while the Snu dresser has adjustable shelves and a lined pattern to the matte lacquered doors.
Designs are delivered flat pack to save space in transport and packaged in recyclable cardboard.
- Cate St Hill,
Polish Ministry of Culture and Heritage has provided funding from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture.