The Modernism collection by Ceramika Paradyż, designed in collaboration with Maja Ganszyniec, offers a timeless design inspired by the aesthetics of the 20s and 30s. Renowned for its durability and superior quality, the collection features vintage-style cubes, reminiscent of corsets, in sizes of 36×44 mm. The mosaic selections include both refreshed patterns from the 30s and new, original designs. The collection offers various formats, such as squares (48×48 mm), hexagons (198×171 mm), and squares (198×198 mm), including large tiles (598×598 mm) with six fresh, modern, vintage aesthetic colors – black, gray, white, warm shades of brick and ocher, and cool blue. Combining different formats while maintaining the leading color, as well as avant-garde contrasts like black and white, ocher and blue, brick and gray, provide interesting design options. The Modernism collection enables one to combine tradition with modernity and create a unique interior with character both for public space and at home.

Maja Ganszyniec is an accomplished designer with an inclusive approach to the product development process. Studying interior design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and graduating from design studies at the Royal College of Art in London in 2008, she founded Studio Ganszyniec in 2013. Her practice is focused on designing human-oriented and eco-friendly objects while combining visionary and responsible design within strategic thinking. Collaborating with brands such as IKEA, DUKA, Comforty, Paradyż, Mute, and Noti, she received the Designer of the Year award from the Polish Institute of Industrial Design in 2017. In 2020, she became Creative Director of Profim, a top office furniture manufacturer in Poland and a brand of the Scandinavian Flokk Group. She is also the owner and founder of the independent furniture brand Nurt.

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