As users, we can see that design surrounds us every day. The completed projects of buildings, objects, technical devices make our world. But what makes a given design good? How to distinguish good design from poor design? Finally: how does a good product come into being?
We want to answer those and other questions through exhibitions organized in the Museum of the City of Gdynia within the PPPP cycle – Polskie Projekty Polscy Projektanci (Polish Designs Polish Designers).
At the exhibition "Oskar Zięta. Polish Designs Polish Designers“ at the Museum of the City of Gdynia we want to present Oskar Zięta both as a designer of products and industrial design brands as well as a designer of technology and innovator. We will show how he combined his engineering knowledge gained in Poland and abroad with the sensitivity of an artist. At the exhibition we will present the full spectrum of his activities, presenting the artist's profile, his successes and achievements which strenghtened the image of Polish design abroad. By presenting the aesthetic and practical side of design, we will prove that Oskar Zieta is an innovator, as exemplified by his FiDU technology, which was created at the point of contact between design, art and craftsmanship.
We will also show a more pragmatic side of design by presenting Zięta’s branded modular furniture sets Pakiet and 3+ in a practical, usable form, in a variety of arrangements.
We invite active national designers, representatives of different generations to participate in the PPPP cycle, so that the spectrum of Polish design will be as wide and full as possible.
More information at www.muzeumgdynia.pl