The Baltic Home virtual exhibition presents unique furniture and functional design by artists from the Baltic Sea. In these challenging times it's a place where you can take a break, feel closer to nature and design. Hear the sound of the waves of Baltic Sea, feel the wind in your hair and take a step into our Baltic Home.
Watch the Baltic Home videos on Creative Ports' YouTube Channel to learn more about the exhibition:
The creators of the Baltic Home Virtual Exhibition tell about the process and the backstage of digitizing the exhibition. The online exhibition was created with a 360' shot by combining many frames into one. This technology creates an image that can be combined into the so-called Virtual walk that allows you to visit the exhibition without the need of leaving your home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhMoTdWfLgU&t=40s
The curators Hanna Wysocka and Grzegorz Piaseczny present exhibits of the Baltic Home Virtual Exhibition such as the bench "Tonuki" by Katarzyna Dzięcioł that is a unique piece of furniture combining beauty and functionality or the Estonian ceramic vase by ARS manufactory, produced during the USSR times: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCzV8JvStn8&t=6s
The Baltic Home virtual exhibition was created on the basis of the Creative Ports project carried out as part of the Program of European Territorial Cooperation - Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2014-2020 and co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund. Its main purpose is to support the sustainable development of the cultural, creative and internationalization of its representatives in the Baltic Sea Region.