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A new temporary exhibition in our Museum is made up of an exhibition of art déco style platters produced at the Norblin Factory in the 1930s. The factory offered them to customers who were open to modernity and originality. Norblin’s platters, sugar bowls and baskets in this style are characterised by their geometric form and rhythmic composition. Among the designers with whom the Norblin Factory collaborated in the interwar period were Julia Keilowa and Leon Szatzsznajder.

One of the objects that perfectly reflects the spirit of an era characterised by a vigorous pace of lifestyle changes, a love of what is innovative and a belief in progress and the potential of new technologies, is the Kula sugar bowl. It was designed by Keilová, around 1935, for the Norblin factory. Today, the sugar bowl is considered one of the masterpieces of Polish design.

The temporary exhibition presents plater pieces from the collection of the Norblin Factory Museum, from the collection of Adam Lej, as well as from the collection of the Museum of Warsaw.

It was the Museum of Warsaw that also provided the direct inspiration for this exhibition. From 21 March to 1 September, the exhibition “Julia Keilowa. Designer’, which tells the story of this outstanding Warsaw sculptor and metalworker, among other things, in the context of the emancipation of women designers and in relation to outstanding European female artists of the first half of the 20th century. The Norblin Factory Museum is a partner of the exhibition.

We encourage you to see the exhibition ‘Julia Keilowa. Designer”.