Gap furniture collection, designed by Towarzystwo Projektowe (Design Society) is distinguished by its interesting and cozy form that is a sheer invitation to relaxation. The modern and elegant silhouette is complemented by gentle lines of the armrests. The seats are characterised by an unusual construction that separates the backrest and armrest from the seat. The gap between the upper and bottom part - becoming the collection's name - gives the lighter air to the armchairs and sofas, which are supported on thin and slim legs.
The armchairs are available in two heights. The higher model - XL - has a separate headrest for truly comfortable head position. This element is neatly hung over the top of the backrest thanks to a metal load.
Relatively small in size, Gap furniture is comfortable and discreet at the same time. Seats and sofas can be used to arrange large, open public and office spaces as well as supply comfort to the interiors of houses and flats.
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Towarzystwo Projektowe (The Design Society) deals with the utility designs, interior architecture, the art of exhibition and designing public spaces. In 1991, it was founded by Jerzy Porębski, and 3 years later it was joined by Grzegorz Niwiński. For NOTI, they designed the SLIM collection in 2005 and the Gap collection in 2018.
JERZY PORĘBSKI, born in 1955
Graduated from the School of Architecture at the Cracow University of Technology and the School of Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where he has been running his design workshop for 30 years now. From 2005 to 2012, he held the position of the dean. In 1991, he founded Towarzystwo Projektowe - The Design Society. He is involved in utility design, interior design, art of exhibition, designing of public spaces and applied graphics. He is the artistic supervisor of the "Architektura-murator" monthly.
GRZEGORZ NIWIŃSKi, born in 1959
Graduated from the School of Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where he has been running his design workshop for 20 years now. From 2005 to 2012, he worked as a deputy dean.