Kropka: Little Cute Snackbar in Poland

Kropka-Gdynia-Poland-space-magicians-PBStudio-Filip-Kozarski-interior-architecture-white-shop-snackbar6Creating a snackbar in a space of only 11.5 sqm? Leave that to space creators PB/Studio and Filip Kozarski, who can do so much with so little stuff. This little shop, Kropka in Gdynia, Poland, serves toasted baguettes, also know as Zapiekani, and pastries. In a space like this you have to be creative, so the designers maximised the space by turning it into an cute white shop with the workshop pegboards to organize the perfect place to hang kitchen equipment.

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‘Instant art career’ by Niklas Roy

niklas-roy-instant-art-career-designboom-poland-festival-streetartThe German artist Niklas Roy and Kati Hyyppä worked together to make this fanastic art piece for in the storefront of an abandoned gallery. The “Public Painting Machine” is made to give the public an oppertunity to have 15 minutes of fame as an artist. During the Katowice Street Art Festival in Poland, Roy installed a CNC device inside the gallery, where people can paint by pulling on ropes hanging infront of the window. What I love the most about this street art piece is that it functions without electricity and the user can use the X and Y to controle the paint brush colors.

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