There used to be a tailor’s shop in a small spot at Warsaw’s Tamka, so Wojtek Haratyk’s idea to move his atelier here was a beautiful continuation of the craft tradition. The new space combines the functions of a tailor-made sewing workshop, a shop and a designer’s atelier. It is a meeting place and a website that attracts new customers from the street.
The starting point was the old sewing workshops in Italy. The colors were taken from the Haratyk collection. – A warm shade of caramel dominates, which harmonizes with the navy blue wooden floor, complemented by a light blue and burgundy stripe, which refers to the stripes appearing on selected styles of the brand’s trousers – Wojtek enumerates, emphasizing that the functionality of the interior was the most important, because it is a place of daily work. When asked about the shortest description of the character of the interior he obtained, he briefly says: – Just without unnecessary pomp.
Photography by Pion Studio