Sometimes, the simplest things tend to be the most practical and versatile. NUA, an ensemble made of a compact basin, a faucet and a mirror, aims to delve into minimalism by adapting one design to different bathroom styles and locations. It is a project by Anna Rudnicka, Anna Wozniakowska and Paweł Lasota, inspired by the test they faced at the Roca One Day Design Challenge, where they won the third prize of the 2018 Polish edition with Liky.
Pawel Lasota graduated in Industrial Design at the School of Form in Poznań. His strong points are parametric design (Grasshopper) and programming of industrial robots. He likes learning new things and sharing his knowledge with other people, because it gives him the insight into processes he hasn’t been part of. He never assumes the result of projects when he works, but he tries to analyse the problem, research the properties of materials and experiment a lot. Designing is a creative process to him.