Studio Ziben

March 24, 2010

Would you like to see some furniture from Berlin today? Known for being edgy and innovative, there is always something interesting to find when you’re visiting Berlin and furniture designer Mariusz Malecki of Studio Ziben is one such interesting find. I was in contact with Mariusz recently and he shared some photos of his work and I’d like to show them here because it’s fascinating to see what is going on in small design studios in different parts of the world — don’t you think?

Studio Ziben

These pieces are oak and MDF and show a great deal of wit and creativity. My favorite piece is the Louis&Louis because it’s a cabinet split into two and I find this so creative and very interesting! I also like the Yoko rocking chair, it looks very comfortable and has a great silhouette. Studio Ziben has a studio in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg in case you are visiting, you should look him up and drop in to view these pieces in person! And if you see anything that you like, you may contact him directly.

(images: studio ziben)


  • Reply juliette March 24, 2010 at 9:25 am

    gosh, that little cart is looking cute – how fun would it be to wheel that out on your patio for a party?

    I feel like I saw something like this recently on the Etsy blog, but can’t remember. I’m really liking the look of this furniture – it’s edgy, but warm – something I could actually imagine in my home, not just decorating somebody’s house.
    .-= juliette´s last blog ..Roadtrip 2010: dream of Copenhagen =-.

  • Reply Eileen March 24, 2010 at 10:12 am

    Thought it looked familiar. We stayed in Prenzlauer berg when we were there in October. Fabulous furniture!
    .-= Eileen´s last blog ..Greenwood =-.

  • Reply cathie March 24, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    i love those two as well. the split cabinet definitely caught my eye… i had to check if it had four legs, or eight!

  • Reply Lisa Pinehill March 25, 2010 at 12:06 am

    I love the modern bench. The white cabinet with little big wheels is also cute.
    .-= Lisa Pinehill´s last blog ..The assertive multi socket.: &design “ICON SOCKET” =-.

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