Marta Bakowski
Design Studio



Born in Paris in 1986, Marta Bakowski is a French-Polish Designer specialized in the work of color and materials; two elements that she often places at the starting point of her projects. Graduated in Product Design from Central Saint Martin’s School (2009) and the Royal College of Arts (2011) in London, she then joined for two years the studio of Designer Hella Jongerius in Berlin as her assistant. In 2013, she returned to Paris to settle her own studio with a hybrid approach to design, working on both industrial, artistic and handmade projects involving craftsmanship. 
Her objects are produced by brands such as Roche Bobois, La Chance, Ligne Roset, Designerbox and Maison Matisse

The studio also involves a large part of its work in material, color and pattern research. 
In 2015, Marta Bakowski developped the Cosmos Concrete, a high-end decorative and fully customizable concrete which was used recently for the design of retail furniture for Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche department store in Paris.   

Née à Paris en 1986, Marta Bakowski est une designer Franco-Polonaise spécialisée dans le travail de la couleur et de la matière; deux éléments qu’elle place souvent au point de départ de ses projets.  Diplomée en design produit à la Central Saint Martin’s School (2009) et au Royal College of Arts (2011) à Londres, elle part ensuite rejoindre le studio berlinois de la designer Hella Jongerius en tant qu’assistante pendant deux ans. En 2013, elle retourne à Paris pour y fonder son studio avec une approche hybride du design, mêlant les projets industriels, artistiques et artisanaux. 
Ses objets sont édités chez Roche Bobois, La Chance, Ligne Roset, Designerbox et Maison Matisse. 

Le Studio consacre également une grande part de son temps dans la recherche en matériaux, couleurs et motifs. En 2015, Marta Bakowski a développé le Cosmos Concrete, un béton haute performance décoratif entièrement customisable qui fut utilisé pour le récent projet de mobilier retail de l’espace enfant par le grand magasin Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche à Paris. 

ADIR (Artist Designer in Residence)
CushCush Gallery and CushCush Bali, in collaboration with the French Embassy and Institut Français Indonesia presented our first edition of Artist Designer in Residence (ADIR) program 2022-2023


CushCush Gallery


The collection will be presented during Paris Design Week in September 2023. Stay tuned!



Mireille 1926

Mireille’s wish was to rethink forgotten objects. My desire was to offer an object that tells a story. I wanted to invert the materials and highlight the silver metal by placing it on top. By choosing the polished-mirror finish, my idea was to design an object that plays with its reflections. A single flower is enough to give the illusion of a bouquet, since it is reflected on both sides of the object.

The winged shape of the flower picker recalls the silhouette of a butterfly which lands furtively on the table. The lines are clean and minimal, in order to let the flowers do the rest. Only an openwork pattern brings a nice rhythm to the surface of the wing and allows light to pass through, graphically fragmenting the image.