Termo is a modern interpretation of seat shapes for public and living interiors.
The collection uniqueness lies in the possibility of assembling various elements of the system, like blocks, to the form in the shape of a bath-tub made of fiberglass.
Richness of variants of the seat position against the backrest and connecting them with additional elements of a separate seat or table gives architects and users wide scope to create fanciful compositions of 1-, 2- or 3-module furniture.
In case of public interiors the seat is fixed in a non-detachable way and it is also possible to fix the tub to the floor. For living interiors the seat can be unfastened and the tub space can be used as a container.
He studied Architecture and Town Planning at Politechnika Lodzka and Industrial Design at Pratt Institute in New York (BA/Hons).
After a few years of work for design companies in the US he undertook studies at the Royal College of Art in London (MA), where, after gaining a diploma, he became a research worker.
Until today he has received numerous international awards and many of his products have been implemented.
He runs a design workroom at the Department of Industrial Design of the Arts Academy and Studio Rygalik in Warsaw.