Zieta Studio at the BDNY

13 – 14 November 2022, Javits Center, New York

Tafla Constellation

13 – 14 November 2022

Javits Center, NYC

Booth #2278

Opening hours:

Sunday, November 13, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Monday, November 14, 10:00 a.m. –5:00 p.m.

Snopek Hanger

Rondo, G-Console mono, Plopp stool standard

Objects of the future

We create mono-material, recyclable objects created in response to common needs for durability, functionality, and aesthetics. It manifests Zieta Studio’s values and urgent principles of Circular Economy. It challenges us both as designers and as engineers. By combining art with bionics, technology, and innovation, we provide contemporary solutions worthy of sculptors 4.0. We deliver objects made to last for generations, once called “furniture of the future” by Wired magazine.


Chippensteel 0.5

Zieta’s taste

At the BDNY 2022, we share the appetizer of objects like mirrors, chairs, tables, and subtle accessories from wall decors to hangers. Each unravels an individual narrative about monomateriality, coloring, and light reflections. The uniqueness of every object is driven by the never-same convexities’ being the result of the free deformation process.


We present eye-provoking, sculpture-like pieces that perfectly complement unobvious interiors. RONDO, a mirror-like object, gives a taste of Gradient Collection – a drop in the ocean of broad offers of Zieta Studio mirrors. TAFLA continues a wall narrative, expanding it to multidimensional constellations. We give a taste of PAROVA and TRIGLAV from the full range of accessories. Finally, we encourage you to have a seat on our icons awarded with Red Dot: a PLOPP stool and ULTRALEGGERA – the world’s lightest chair.



Metal – the story we unravel

We tell our stories made of metal, founding our work on a controlled loss of control. FiDU – the innovative manufacturing process leads us to a constant unraveling of new material potentials. We inflate edge-welded pieces of metal from a flat form to a three-dimensional object. Due to the parametric optimization and free deformation process, we achieve reductions in time, material, and gigabytes consumption. We believe that this “less”, means more possibilities.


Zieta Studio objects transgress the border between art and technology. They reflect Oskar Zięta’s research on the physical qualities of metal. We let the material freely reply to the process with its characteristics. We try to predict the results, but we never fully control them. We let internal pressure manifest its irregularities and unrepeatable concaves in metal surfaces. We experiment with the stabilization of form. We optimize the lightweight index. We flirt with functional shapes – ready to implement in ambitious spaces which expand the definition of a design.

Photos: Weronika Trojanowska, Marta Więcek, Ernest Wińczyk, Grzegorz Stępniewski