Jan 16, 2017 | By Emily Cater
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For those traveling to Poland, Geszeft is brimming with Silesian tradition. Designed by Joanna Wołoszyn and Daria Barnaś, a curated edit of local designers is showcased amidst rustic, ochre walls. The raw, industrial space occupies two rooms and is complete with stripped surfaces, exposed plasterwork and original concrete, alongside wooden shelving units, ceiling-suspended clothing rails and high tube lighting. The chalkboard walls mark a dedicated corner coffee bar, making for the perfect spot to post up at with one the shop’s reads. Owner Michał Kubieniec says of the boutique, “Our point is to show the identity of the region in a new, modern way.” A definite must see for those in town. –Sarah Ryan Hecht
Morcinka 23-25, 40 124 Katowice, Poland
+48 534 767 654
Photos courtesy of Dezeen and Anna Domańska
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