Tomek Rygalik

Tulli is a collection based on the modern interpretation of the classic Tulipan armchair designed by Teresa Kruszewska in 1973.

A visually distinctive element of the collection are subtly outward curved armrests.

The innovative feature and essence of the Tulli system is its precisely moulded plastic form created in rotomoulding technology. 

Tulli armchairs are based on a universal design, and they look particularly striking when placed in a group. Tulli collection is especially recommended for public facilities as well as event, festival or trade fair venues.

Tulli furniture is also an excellent choice for outdoor spaces such as gardens or terraces.

Upholstered versions look great in commercial premises, for example in offices, hotels or restaurants.

In 2016, Tulli was honoured with the prestigious Red Dot Design Award.

polyethylene plastic, upholstered polyethylene plastic
polyethylene plastic, upholstered polyethylene plastic
Structural elements
polyethylene plastic
polyethylene plastic, fabric, leather
Tomek Rygalik
Designer, lecturer, curator.

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.