Authentic ceramics for Invest Komfort customers
Our ambition is to continually surprise customers by offering them something they haven’t even begun to dream about. This time, we decided to prepare a surprise for people moving to their new flats. In collaboration with the best Polish artists and manufactures, we have created a limited series of porcelain and table ceramics.
Each of our new developments has been given its own line of porcelain, which fits perfectly with the concept and atmosphere of the project. The dishes have been handmade and are unique. We hope that they will make your first coffee or tea in your new home taste even better.
Brabank – the golden era
With the residents of Brabank in mind, the Mosko studio has created a limited edition of elegant black espresso cups. They have been decorated with 22-carat brush-applied gold and then fired at 800°C. Their geometric form is reminiscent of Brabank architecture.
Botanica – Japanese style
For one of the greenest developments in Poland – Botanica Jelitkowo – Jakub Sojka of the FÓBE studio created a set of green tea utensils This is a reference to Japan, which was also an inspiration for the creators of the housing estate. In his work, the artist combines the modern FDM 3D printing technology with the traditional craft technique of making a cast from a casting slip.
Nowe Kolibki – slow life
Nowe Kolibki is another green development in the Invest Komfort portfolio The intimate housing development is located in Gdynia’s Orłowo district, surrounded by the dense forests of the Tri-City Landscape Park. Karolina Grzegorczyk and Wiktoria Rutkowska, artists from the Ronja Ceramics studio, developed a green tea set made of stoneware for the new residents, inspired by the Baltic beach, shells and sand. It fits perfectly into the slow life atmosphere of the seaside estate, where calming earth colours – beiges, warm browns and deep greens – dominate.
Opacka – heritage and nobility
Opacka is a limited collection of flats for connoisseurs of art and the city. The investment was created in one of the oldest and most beautiful districts of the Tri-City – Oliwa. In its immediate vicinity is the towering Oliwa Archcathedral and a park open to the district’s residents. We invited the Majolica Nieborów workshop, with a history dating back to 1881 and linked to the Radziwiłł princely family, to collaborate on the ceramics. The manufactory’s artists developed a floral coffee porcelain set, drawing inspiration from Oliva’s unique atmosphere and its centuries-old heritage.
Nadmorski Dwór – nature and freedom
Nadmorski Dwór is another development in which nature plays an extremely important role. It is located close to the beach and surrounded by a park with preserved old trees. Inspired by this place, ceramic artist Dariusz Kołodziej created a limited edition of tea cups. The vessels were made by turning on a potter’s wheel in the ‘marbling’ technique, using two colours of clay that blend together to create original patterns. The artist used only traditional wooden and metal tools, which he makes himself.
Okrzei – timelessness
Sopot is not only a seaside resort, but also one of the most beautiful and desirable places to live in Poland. Apartamenty Okrzei built here are only 400 metres from the seaside beach, yet it is a quiet and peaceful place. The second phase of the Sopot development, which impresses with its elegance, timelessness and exceptionally long list of amenities, is still on sale. Monika Skorupska of the MOSKO design studio has developed a set of espresso cups finished in platinum for the residents of the new flats. They are characterised by a classic form and the highest quality materials.