HAPPY BED

designer Karol Starczewski

PLN 7 500

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The inspiration behind the HAPPY system is the Karol Starczewski’s idea of levitating furniture. First prototypes of a HAPPY flying bed equipped with the HLP (Human Like Personality) system used to play tricks on people. They floated in the room at different heights, which could have made a sleepy user fall from a relatively great height. We now offer a completely safe version
 of the HFB, achieved by implementing a solid bed base. The HAPPY flying bed is designed for those who like to spend more time in bed than just a few hours of sleep.
 The bed frame can be additionally equipped with attachable, movable head rests, tables, lamps and a desktop. Each element can be freely fastened either across the bed or along its edge, depending on its positioning in the room and users’ needs. Head rests support your head and allow for a comfortable sitting position. Side tables can be equipped with special pockets to help you organize cables and chargers. The mobile desktop enables you to work with a laptop or enjoy a comfortable breakfast in bed.

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Karol Starczewski
"I want Polish designers' abilities to find recognition and contribute to the success of Polish entrepreneurs." A cultural studies and psycholinguist by education. For over 20 years he has been running several ventures, including a charter company Tastysailing, a number of software projects, a photography studio DigiTouch, an advertising agency Zoom design. He designs innovative solutions in IT, communication, exhibition, interior design and industrial design. He holds a number of patents for systemic construction solutions for furniture and exhibition, as well as original training programs in the field of communication psychology. He was the creator of the first Polish photo bank created under the name of DigiTouch Collection in 1997. He carried out his own program of propagating Polish photography by opening the DigiTouch Gallery in Berlin in 2000. He curated a number of exhibitions and expositions, including the first posthumous retrospective exhibition of Edward Hartwig. He patronized exhibitions by Tadeusz Rolke, Bogdan Dziworski, Piotr Stasik, Jan Bortkiewicz, Michał Wasążnik, and many other artists. Passionate and an expert in good design, he is involved in the promotion of Polish design and original technical solutions. He deals with inventiveness and industrial design. He also designs interiors, furniture, and exhibition systems. The organisation nowyodel.org is his idea and his latest creation. It is a teamwork place for designers, craftsmen, technologists, graphic designers, IT specialists, and promotion and marketing specialists. Using the latest digital technologies, it prepares prototypes and puts the most interesting designs into production in short series. He entrusts the production of well-designed models to expert craftsmen and reliable industry manufacturers. Privately a sailor and traveller.