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Wiciak's Szmaciarnia Turns Random Patchwork into Elegance & Class

 - Feb 27, 2014
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As part of Wiciak's final installment in the fantasy interiors series, Polish designer Karina Wiciak of Wamhouse has designed her final conceptual restaurant as part of the end of her XII collection. The conceptual eatery is called Szmaciarnia, meaning rag house in Polish. Wiciak takes this meaning to another level by patching leftover fabrics over each other and stitches them in an erratic fashion to create different surfaces.

"Szmaciarnia is not a tribute to the idea of ​​recycling, but proof that the elegant interior may not just be created with popular glass or metal," says Wiciak, on using basic colors to cover the ceilings, walls and the bar.

Wiciak realizes the endless possibilities and its application potential of the rough material and drapes it over a reception desk and lampshades to provide as a stark contrast between surfaces that are in white.