History of VOX
Three distinct voices in one company: Vox (Vox Furniture); Baby Vox, which has been a major European exporter of baby furniture since the mid-1990s, and Mamama, which focuses on specific design fixtures for the psychophysical development of children.
DESIGNERS: Michał Biernacki of Moho Design, Tomasz Augustyniak, Piotr Kuchciński, Anna Stępkowska, Marta Krupińska and BabaAkcja Group.
ENGAGEMENT: Vox collaborates with the Poznań School of Humanities and Journalism (WSNHiD) and the Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) to develop programmes centred on the analysis of the creative process: design management, business psychology, marketing psychology, sociology and behavioural trends. The company is engaged in projects which are realized by Pro Design (a non-profit institution focused on design promotion) and School of Form - modern school of design with famous art director - Li Edelkoort. Vox participates
to the development of Polish design by organising events and competitions such as: 2in1, Young Furniture, Toy-Furniture, Souvenir from Poland and New Folk Design.
AWARDS: Vox was the only Polish company to received an Honourable Mention at the Design Management Europe Award in 2009. In 2010 the brand Mamama received the Good Design Trophy from the Polish Institute of Industrial Design (IWP) for its multisensorial collection for children, Meee and the Top Design Award from the Poznań International Fair for its Pook Pook project.
GLOBALLY: Vox is present in 120 showrooms in Poland and 40 abroad, including Berlin, Prague, Kiev, Vilnius and Riga and exports to 12 European Countries as well as the United States.
Philosophy of VOX
PHILOSOPHY: A multidisciplinary team focusing on creativity, design and accessibility creates the design thinking that facilitates an understanding of domestic space and determines what preferences and motivations the consumer has. This process, centred around research and consumer trends, provides the designer with the right tools to create superior products.