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Polish Design on Display
September 2, 2009   
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The exhibition Warto嗆 dodana. 安iatowe wzornictwo z Polski (Added Value: Global Design From Poland) at the Institute of Industrial Design in Warsaw aims to convince the viewer that Polish industrial design is on a par with the world's best.
The exhibition showcases 40 works by Polish designers, in the form of finished products, prototypes and multimedia presentations. They are arranged into seven sections that focus on various aspects of industrial design.

The exhibits include a light, capacious bag from polyurethane foam, a "super-comfortable" chair, a bicycle for riding in a reclining position, and super-light stools from sheet metal.

Exhibition available in English.

Institute of Industrial Design, 5/7 安i皻ojerska St., Tue.-Sun. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., free admission. Open until Sept. 6.
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