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Poland

Akurat Studio

Akurat Studio is a unique design Studio in the coastal city of Gdansk, Poland. Founded in 2016 by designer Maciej Ryniewicz and his partner Rafał Kaletowski, Maciej Ryniewicz has been running the studio independently since 2022.

Akurat Studio's name comes from the Latin "Accūrātus," which means "precise, meticulous, and discreet." It expresses the passion and attitude of the studio members towards their work, and they believe that these key factors can most influence the design process of the project and the overall design approach.

The studio specialises in furniture products, architecture and interior design, as well as graphic vision and branding. This all-encompassing approach and approach makes their work more original. Akurat Studio is passionate about working with clients who share the same values. They always believe in the power of design to have a multi-layered impact, and they are fully aware that every new project is an opportunity for learning and development, so they always have a humble curiosity for knowledge.

Maciej Ryniewicz graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Gdansk Polytechnic University. He is a graphic designer and interior architect with strong self-learning ability. As a designer with an ideal, he is self-disciplined and skeptical, and this belief is his original source of motivation, as well as prompting him to find unique and optimal solutions to various design problems. In his opinion, "style" is not necessarily related to pure aesthetic experience, but can also be reflected in the way of work.

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    Design Works

    • Coastal Manor

      This unique location on a national scale, along with its microclimate, became Akurat Studio context and were an immediate source of inspiration during the entire design process.
    • Luis Bar

      Bored with the clichéd aesthetic of Mexican restaurants, we felt the need to search deeper than the typical, noisy, over saturated and deliberately worn down interiors.
    • Haos Restaurant

      Akurat were approached to create a hip, casual, and vibrant place which would cater mostly towards a younger demographic. On the menu - a wide variety of Asian street food classics.