We have a pleasure to invite you to the third edition of the Festival of Coffee and Tea! We are huge fans of high quality coffee beans and tea leaves. We are interested in different methods of brewing, from traditional to avant-garde ones, which we have discovered with the arrival of the third wave of coffee. We also understand that what we drink our favourite hot drinks from is as much important. This is why, from the very first edition of our festival, we have Polish ceramics artists, who create in their workshops unique, hand-made mugs, jars, bowls and gaiwans.
The premiere of a new vintage of the cult Johanniter Ultra was organised in SPOT in Poznań. The wine was presented by Lech Mill himself – the owner of the Dom Bliskowice winery.
Before she became a fashion designer, Coco Chanel was known as Gabrielle. Fierce and rebellious, passionate and free. She won her freedom to become the kind of woman she wanted to be. The new Chanel fragrance is dedicated to her. USTA Magazine had to pleasure to participate in the premiere of Chanel Gabrielle.
Polish Design Island is a unique, mobile project presenting the hottest design from Poland. The next edition opens on October 10 in Copenhagen.
Poland, here we come! With our events cycle “An EYE for…” we try to understand what makes up an individual character of each city. Our favourite way of discovering a city is through its artists, architecture, food, design, and art. All these elements combined together create the unique DNA of a city, its one-off genotype.
The new, autumn issue of our magazine is dedicated to fire. Maybe it’s the chilly weather that arrived already at the end of holidays, or maybe it’s the long freezing months ahead that inspired the topic. Anyway…
We long for the country life. We love to buy products directly from the farmers. At the end of September, the moment when nature presents us with a profusion of crops, we want to invite you to a special event, where we discover the taste, the look and the work of the Polish country of today. At the event, you will have a chance to taste small-farm products, talk with people who left the city and moved to the countryside to run their farms, discover food cooperatives and take part in handicraft workshops.