Neon lights illuminated the streets with milk bars in their nooks, where you could eat both tartar and herring, as well as meat dumplings and sweet cream cake.
Blocks of apartments where children ran wild in the playground and similar apartments with wooden parquet floors, cupboards with glass doors and the now iconic wall unit in the living room.
The times of Warsaw's communist era are quite magical which makes us want to recall them again and again. It is this kind of time travel around the Polish capital that the Warsaw collection takes us into.
The furniture represents the times that have passed, but are still unforgettable and, as it turns out, partly very up-to-date.