Marbet Design – designers

Grynasz Studio

The design studio founded by Marta Niemywska-Grynasz and Dawid Grynasz is a team of designers who specialise in designing furniture and other products, as well as supporting firms in creating their design strategy. The designers experiment with new materials and technologies, but also look to Polish craftsmanship and traditions for inspiration. Grynasz Studio designs have won many awards and have been presented at numerous international exhibitions, including iSaloni Milan, Maison Object and Tokyo Design Week. The team has successfully completed projects for Devo, NAP, MUJI and the Institute of Industrial Design.

Grynasz Studio are designers of our decorative 3D panel collection.

Michał Latko

An industrial designer and design manager. A graduate of the Department of Industrial Design at the Fine Arts Academy in Katowice and of Design Management at the Collegium Da Vinci in Poznań. In 2005, he won the prestigious Interior Motives Design Award in the category ‘Best use of technology’. In 2004, he was awarded by the Michelin Challenge Design 2004 NAIAS North American International Auto Show. He was also winner of the ‘Śląska Rzecz‘ competition in 2008 in the product category. Since 2005 he has run his own design studio – LATKO – providing services for many branches of industry, from the FMCG sector to heavy industry. He is joint author of market successes for the VOX capital group, where as a designer he assisted in the implementation of a new design and visual communication strategy. Since 2011, he has worked with leading Polish design studios, winning prestigious awards with them, including The Red Dot Design Award, the Design Management Europe Award and the iF Product Design Award. In 2018, together with the SONDA SYS design team, he received the Upper Silesia Foundation Award for design of an industrial additive technology printer using powdered polyamides (SLS).

Łukasz Smolarczyk

An architect and member of the Association of Polish Architects. He graduated in Architecture and town planning from the Faculty of Architecture at the Silesian Polytechnic in Gliwice, and in Furniture design and interior architecture from the Jan Matejko Fine Arts Academy in Kraków. His experience includes working with the KWK Promes and CODE Design studios, and since 2014 he has run the SUPERGUT STUDIO together with Katarzyna Furgalińska.

Łukasz Smolarczyk and Michał Latko together designed the Harmony and Energy decorative moulding collections.