Grip for the elderly for client Stocznia, deweloper of MEMO app.- memory tool for elderly. 

Currently in a process of implementation in several nursing homes and municipality offices. It was already tested and evaluated with 80 participants ages 60-80


We used Kuka robot to knit copper wire structures. Knit fabric is currently used to cover and conceal, finding application mainly in fashion and upholstery. We believe that its applicability is much broader, so using it only as an external cover does not fully exploit its properties. The fabric is constructed from a single thread that can be made of almost any material. The process itself is continuous and endless, so the fabric can always be extended or unraveled.

The knit fabric is soft, without any harsh edges, its form encouraging touch – and interaction. The Knotty project shows that we can construct our world not from blocks or bricks, but knots and lines. Knit fabric and new technologies allow us to combine what is human with what is natural, bearing in mind that this artificially created dichotomy is only an illusion.


Solid wood pendant lamp design (walnut, ash and oak). The advantage of the lamp is easy, glueless and tool-free assembly and disassembly to replace parts. The lamp is intended mainly for office spaces, available in three sizes: 1200mm, 1500mm and 1800mm. It is perfect for general lighting, in a conference room or acoustic booths. It has the uplight function – light directed to the ceiling. Directing the light upwards can help “raise” the ceiling, optically enlarge the space or improve the architectural structure and interior design features. 

It is also possible to change the length of the lines to match the lighting to the selected place. The lamp is characterized by a simple and functional design. An additional advantage is the possibility of choosing a stain from a wide range of Workagile colors. Thanks to the use of solid wood, the lamp ages beautifully over time.


Lunar is a handle design for rehabilitation equipment. Part of the project is an algorithm, thanks to which we can easily change the parameters of the handles. The main assumption is air circulation during exercise, which prevents sweating of the hands and grip during the grip, which is possible thanks to the varied, openwork structure.

Additionally, the elements are very light, so they are perfect for portable rehabilitation equipment. The project was led by BACKER. The design has the potential to be developed across an entire collection of handles.


Convection heater design. The main assumption of the project is its high efficiency and economy with energy consumption. The housing and the heater are matched to efficient heat circulation. The radiator design is divided into 3 elements that can be color-matched to the interior by choosing a coating from the wide range of varnishes offered by Terma. 

The top of the heatercan be successfully used as an additional shelf. Leaving a container with water on it will increase the air humidity in the room, adding essential oil will allow the chosen fragrance to spread easily. The project is currently optimizing production in order to obtain an affordable end product price. The cooperation with Terma ran from the first sketches to production.


In this project we equipped the robot with a pressure extruder filled with a ceramic mass. A robot motion had been programmed in a similar way to a 3D printer by creating layer-by-layer objects. An imitation of a pottery craft wasn’t the most important point of a project. 

We wanted the robot to create objects that the user will be appreciating on the same level as a handmade craft. Our inspiration was a heart. Objects we printed were an interpretation of a heartbeat. A bulb is an equivalent of every single one recorded heartbeat sound that creates a series of a unique pattern on the ceramic object.


A series of plates from Bolesławiec, decorated with an industrial robot. The machine was equipped with a tool that created a series of repetitive patterns based on dots. However in this project, we wanted to give some error – a human aspect that would introduce variability in the programmed repeatability. 

It turned out to be the robot’s speed. When we increased it manually, the robot shortened the movements and created unpredictable lines instead of dots. Thanks to this, the patterns on the plates have become unique.