OFF Piotrkowska is a unique project on the all-Poland scale attracting representatives of creative industries. In one place, there are design studios and workshops of fashion designers, night clubs, restaurants, exhibition spaces, rehearsal studios, showrooms, concept stores, and coffee house clubs. At Piotrkowska Street 138/140, the most fashionable, cultural attraction
of today’s Lodz is opened to the public.
On the premises of a former cotton factory owned by Franciszek Ramisch, a project aimed at offering an alternative to the mainstream consumer culture, rendering this piece of the cultural landscape of Lodz in the Bohemian style known for its lively, buzzing pace, is developed. Human imagination is the only limitation to the cultural activities held in this place.
Year after year, new creative workshops and intriguing restaurants appear in OFF Piotrkowska, and novelty events attract customers to the already established local clubs. Once again, all those facilities will be open for one night till midnight, especially for the guests of the Lodz Design Festival 2015.