We introduce the silhouettes of designers who create for you furniture with the logo of 'take me HOME'.

MATEUSZ KAREWICZ

Co-owner of the take me HOME brand and a furniture designer. Graduate of the Faculty of Management, University of Lodz, he received his M.A in 2006, and started work in marketing, which has surely developed his creative approach to all kinds of professional challenges.

And in the meantime… Ever since he was a child he has had a great passion for design, at first expressed in countless drawings of cars, houses and furniture, then also in some more serious projects. 2013 was a turning point for his professional career – driven by the need to design and create beautiful and functional furniture, he established take me HOME. Since then, he has been focusing only on creative design and production. One of his especially significant projects is the Tavolo table having a minimalist, elegant form, which can be described as visually light and monumental at the same time. Inspired by simple, geometrical structures, he aims at creating furniture which embodies peace and spiritual harmony and with its very existence reduces the excess of stimuli that is so typical of modern everyday life.

Some furniture designed for 'take me HOME' : Tavolo, Mezzo, Delgado, Orlando, Vertico

ROBERT BUDNY

Co-founder of take me HOME, organizer of building processes, including both major building structures and industrial design, such as furniture. Expert engineer and constructor specializing in steel constructions. In 2002 he graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. He began designing furniture driven by the need to create solid, universal forms made of sustainable materials, meant as a response to what modern, “disposable” market offers. He finds inspiration in steel structures and constructivism in architecture transferred into applied arts. His design work results in furniture made of steel and wood. As a consultant having a great knowledge on steel structures, he participates in implementation of each take me HOME project, thanks to which our furniture is not only visually attractive but also strong and stable. The details are also important here, for instance selection of proper intersection and physical properties of steel profiles. In fact, it is steel that is most important in take me HOME furniture – proper angles of profiles, or numerous intersections of steel elements are responsible for the dynamic, modern and original shape of our products. Robert participated in projects such as: modernization of the Warsaw Public Library at Koszykowa street, Business and Finance Centre in Warsaw, University Campus in Białystok, PKP Warszawa Stadion railway station, the building of Polish Television in Warsaw, 2nd line of the underground in Warsaw, the National Stadium in Warsaw or the steel structure for a swing bridge in Grudziądz.

Some furniture designed by Robert for 'take me HOME' : Montana, Tulip, Performa, Chic Chocolate.

KINGA WYSOCKA

Architect specializing in private and public utility interiors. Since 2006, she runs a design studio under her own name. She graduated from the Fine Arts High School in Lodz, and later from Architecture at the Lodz University of Technology.

Following the internship at Arquitetura Oscar Ferreira in Belo Horizonte (Brazil), her professional career began in Warsaw in architectonic studios , i.e. DJiO, smz.architekci, and interior design studios, i.e. MM Idea, De Novo.

She has received many awards in photo competitions and had her works presented in an individual exhibition at the Lodz Photographic Society Gallery.

What she values most is a combination of functional spatial solutions with unpretentious stylistic simplicity and modern forms. This idea is also reflected in her furniture designs for take me HOME. She combines minimalism and geometry with boldly placed diagonal elements, and achieves very interesting results, just like in the case of the Shadow dining table.

Some of furniture designed by Kinga for 'take me HOME' - 3-COLOR, A-SYMETRICO, Trio, Shadow, Pocket.

more about designer: www.wysockadesign.pl

PRZEMYSŁAW LISIECKI

Architect, who also deals with interior arrangement and designing furniture. In 2003, he the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology. He is also a graduate of the Fine Arts College.

In 2000-2008, as a co-owner of the MBPL architectonic studio, he accomplished numerous designs of single-family houses and public utility facilities. In his various works, he uses mostly natural stone, glass, ceramic and plywood. Apart from creating modern interiors, full of space and light, he also pursues furniture projects corresponding with the same idea. For take me HOME, brand he designed loft-style tables with a sophisticated twist.

Some furniture designed by Przemek for 'take me HOME' : Industrial, Goteborg, Manhattan, Emerald, Ovo.

more about designer: www.facebook.com/przemyslawlisieckiarchitektura

Grzegorz Worpus Budziejewski

Painter, graphic designer, designer born in 1986 in Lodz. He began his artistic education in the Tadeusz Makowski Fine Arts High School w Lodz, then studied in the State College of Film and Theatre Techniques in Lodz as well as the Strzemiński Academy of Art in Lodz, where he attended prof. Włodzimierz Stelmaszczyk’s painting workshop. Already as a student he won many competitions. He is a curator and participant of collective and individual exhibitions in Poland and abroad.

Nowadays, he runs his own enterprise, KRAVTS, which aims at promoting youth art. His paintings depict abstract motifs, sometimes referring to the art of origami. However, colours are most important here – Grzegorz uses them to express the transient mood of nostalgia, longing, hope and optimism. His paintings, and furniture by take me HOME, are a perfect choice for modern interiors, bringing out their minimalism, spaciousness and sensuality.

Some furniture designed by Grzegorz for 'take me HOME' :  Woodbox, Piano, Tube, Kai

more about designer: www.facebook.com/kravtscom