4 Design Days

The year 2019 started very fruitfully for us. We had the opportunity to present our company for the second time at the "4 Design Days". This event is particularly close to us because we present our exhibition in Katowice - the city of our birth and the place where the production of modern frescoes takes place.

Warsaw Home

From the 4th-7th of October, we have had the pleasure to participate in the Warsaw design fair. “Warsaw Home” is one of the most prestigious events of this type in Poland, which does not have to “stand on its toes” to match the famous fairs in Milan or Paris. We displayed our fresco at the Ammadora & Heban stand.

Salone del Mobile 2018

Milan's tribute to the world of design. A fair during which the image of interior design exhibitions turns upside down. We tried to capture the most interesting motifs on the walls, but we also had the opportunity to see Italian companies - furniture giants, such as Gruppo Tomasella.

Who said that the ceiling must be white?

The ceiling surface is an underestimated space that can be decorated in an original way. This space has great finishing potential, e.g. when it has an interesting shape or when it is highlighted by an appropriate lighting fixture.

Buon fresco – authentic, real frescoes

The Sistine Chapel - "not only a work of art, but a real illustrated catechism." With these words, the director of the Vatican Museum accepted the proposal to limit the flow of tourists to the Sistine Chapel. Every day, between 15 and 20 thousand people visit it, which gives 5 million tourists a year.



What comes to your mind when you think of standard office space? Appropriate interior design in which we work, and thus where we spend several dozen hours a week, is of great importance. The functionality of the office is a basic issue, but we should not forget that the environment in which we work is not only the right light or desk arrangement.

Contemporary Sgrafitto

“Sgraffito” - it can be said that in a classic geometric form it is based on creating a certain illusion of spatiality on the walls of buildings. With this type of decorations, already known in ancient times, and brought to perfection in the Renaissance.