Simple form with character 


Seven metal hanger designed by Tomek Rygalik as an icon of Polish design is one of the exhibits in the Gallery of Polish Design - permanent exhibition at the National Museum in Warsaw. It attracts attention with its appearance - a simple, sleek form with a distinctive accent of colourful hooks. 

Tomek Rygalik, Studio Rygalik

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Tomek Rygalik was born in Lodz, Poland in 1976. He studied Architecture at the Technical University of Lodz, and then Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute in New York (1999 BA/Hons). After his studies he worked with several design companies in New York City and the area - consulting for clients including Kodak, Polarioid, MTV, PerkinElmer, Dentsply, Unilever, DuPont etc. In 2003 he came to the Royal College of Art for Post Graduate studies (2005 MA RCA). After graduating from the RCA, Tomek Rygalik established his own design practice In both London and Lodz and joined the RCA stuff as a Research Associate. Today, the Studio is based in Warsaw, while Tomek also teaches at the Academy of Fine Arts (PG13) and lectures internationally. He is the art director of Comforty – the leading polish furniture brand.
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