Dom Słowa Polskiego (ul. Miedziana 11)
12:00-20:00 // FREE
We’re pleased to announce the first edition of ART MARKET POLAND – an unprecedented event hosting designers from all over Poland.
The venue, Dom Słowa Polskiego, coudn’t be matched better. This industrial building used to house the biggest printing plant in People’s Republic of Poland.
The market will be divided in the following sections:
3. DESIGN – industrial design, ceramics, furniture..
We hope to see you there!
A few years back, it was nearly impossible to find restaurants and bars open during Easter in Warsaw. Fortunately, this has changed and if you want to chill without eggs being involved, there are several options to choose from. If you’re looking for places open on Easter Sunday and Monday, here are a few joints that will happily host you and feed you non-Easter food. Kawiarnia Fawory in Żoliborz is open on both days from 11:00. Być Może is open from 11:00 as well. If you crave local beers, head to Kufle i Kapsle (multitap bar) that opens at 16:00. For Indian food lovers, have some yummy food at Curry House (review pending!)- going to Bielany is worth the trip. Pardon, to tu opens at 17:00 on both days, so if you want some jazzed-up Easter, it’s your place to go. Furthermore, on Easter Monday you can visit: Mąka i Woda (fabulous pizzas and pasta, opens at 16:00), Leniviec which opens at 12:00 and Tel Aviv (13:00) on Poznańska street, and one of our fav spots: Państwomiasto which opens at 11:00. Banja Luka opens at 12:00 and Kotłownia at 13:00. Have a yummy Easter!
(Photo credit: http://wendiie.tumblr.com/)
The food scene in Warsaw is emerging – every now and then a new place pops up. Some of them stay, some disappear. They do, however, pay attention to its design. There are certain trends which are visible – same colorful Ikea chairs, tables made from wooden palettes ( so often used for transportation). In short: sustainable, imaginative design which unfortunately became a standard. What stands out is thought through construction inspired by market stalls: here in Poland and there in Bangkok, Thailand. Moko Architects – http://www.mokoarchitects.pl/, with simple materials created spaces inviting and interesting. Additionally the food served in the food joints is decent which helps, of course. Certainly an emerging name so pay attention!