Polish artist Karolina Merska’s stylish chandeliers leave Bengalureans awestruck

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It’s amazing to see, how artful designs transform the landscape of a city. Bengaluru was enliven by the varied artistic creations, workshops, installations and talks presented at the recently-held Bengaluru by Design festival. In particular, Polish artist Karolina Merska’s oeuvre was deeply appreciated by the participants at this festival.

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Her installation and workshop on Pajaki (pah-yonk-ee) / traditional paper chandeliers from Poland were a huge crowd-puller. Needless to say, Bengalureans are awestruck by her designs and dexterity, generating a lot of positive stories in the press.

Check the links below:

1] Polish Pajaki Come To Bengaluru

2] 5 installations are set to take over Bengaluru this week

3] Design attack

4] Demystifying Design

5] 10 days of art, installations, creativity: check out these exhibits at Bengaluru’s India Design Forum

6] Bridging the Gap

7] From traditional crafts to online games: how design principles are transforming the world