Wincentego Pola 33
Design Alive once again joins the festival, this time to combine craftsmanship and technology of Baltic co-responsibility, under the roof of Gdynia modernism.
In the modernist interiors of Villa Wincent, you will be able to see ceramics from the Mozi studio, combining tradition with 3D techniques. The exhibition of clay projects of the Gdynia studio will include utility items that were created thanks to the combination of traditional pottery methods with 3D printing technology.
Mozi is a co-founder of the ProtoTypy studio in the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia, gathering designers with a passion for craftsmanship who like to mix them with modern trends. – Prototypes of our facilities will be created in a rather unusual way. With the help of 3D printing, the models needed to create gypsum pouches are made – explains Monika Gradzik from Mozi.
At the exhibition we will see, among others vases, plates, candlesticks designed by Mega Malinowska and Ola Szpunar and designs by Mozi studio (Monika Gradzik and Ziemowit Liszek).