From today, we will present each project of our Colorplan exhibition, shown at Designblok in Prague. Commisstioned by S Paper distribution, the exhibition presents eight creatives working with the cult British paper Colorplan.

The first series is dedicated to jewelry designer Adéla Fejtková, who created a collection of paper lanterns called Windy Hapiness. Inspired by her summer trips into the nature, the lanterns are refined decorative abstract objects.

Have a look on the production of the pieces through the photos Adéla did with the one-use compact camera.

We were commissioned by Vienna Design Week to create a wish card for its 10th anniversary. We created graphic illustrations featuring some of Vienna design legends, including Michael Thonet, Josef Hoffmann, Carl Auböck, Hans Hollein, Marco Dessí and more.

Our 6th exhibition from the series of European designers presentations we organize together with Scholastika featured String lighting collection by London-based designer Michael Anastassiades he designed for Italian company Flos.

We are invite you to launch of new book Páteř, created by our friend and collaborator Jan Novák. In our studio this Thursday.

Very happy to be part of Curated Archives of @Unfolding Pavilion, presenting next week at 15th Venice Architecture Biennale inside amazing Ignazio Gardella's Casa alle Zattere. Project by Daniel Tudor Munteanu and Davide Tommaso Ferrando.

Alrready third re-encarnation of Manifesto exhibition. This time at Atelier Clerici in Milan during Salone del Mobile 2016.

The Studio of Glass at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (UMPRUM), led by the head of the studio, Rony Plesl and assistant professor Klára Horáčková, is summarising its recent creative results and presenting a selection of the work of its students and graduates as a sample of what glass in its varied forms, functions and meanings can be today.

The exhibition, first presented at ZIBA in Prague and Museum of Decorative Arts in Dresden, demonstrates an open artistic approach based on creative thinking, which the Studio of Glass has formulated in cooperation with the Okolo creative group in a publication of the same name. The objects are presented next to a few ideas and general mottos on glass conceived by Rony Plesl, requesting interdisciplinary collaboration and wide-ranging artistic knowledge. The exhibition concept opens new horizons and jointly presents the liberal environment of the studio, which seeks various creative and theoretical ways of understanding glass, its essence, manufacturing and design.