Carpenter. Artist. Photographer.

I discovered my love for woodwork when I was 14 years old and it has remained unchanged since then.

I started out making high quality wooden frames used to present collector’s photographs. Revitalisation of house furniture was my additional hobby.

In 1988 my adventure with DJing started. I played in Masurian discos and clubs for over 15 years.  At the beginning I used Aria reel-to-reel tape recorders, later I switched to Radiotehnika cassette “decks”.  I also played turntables, and ended my “career” in the era of CDs and mp3s. Still, despite all the technological advancement of the 21 century, my heart is faithful to the good old equipment of the bygone era, the stuff that I put together or fixed myself, when nothing was available in shops.

10 years ago, I began buying and revitalizing loudspeakers, receivers and turntables, which I could only dream of in the 80s. With time, the situation got a little bit complicated, when it turned out that my flat could no longer contain all the audio equipment and furniture I had collected. I realized then, I had to share my beloved things with other people, and that’s how the idea of Fryderyk Danielczyk STORE came about.

As I’ve always wanted for my practical skills to be backed up by the relevant knowledge and qualifications, I’ve graduated from the following schools:

– Basic Vocational school (pol. Zasadnicza Szkoła Zawodowa) in Gołdap, course: Carpenter

– Łódź Film School (pol. Państwową Wyższą Szkołę Filmową Telewizyjną i Teatralną im. Leona Schillera w Łodzi), course: Photography

– Warsaw University of Life Sciences (pol. Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie), course: Antique wood restoration.

The above education allows me to draw from my knowledge of different fields such as aesthetics, chemistry, materials science etc. when making beautiful high quality furniture and audio equipment.

I must emphasise that Fryderyk Danielczyk STORE isn’t just me but also a large group of friends who help me make my dream come true.

For which I am eternally grateful.

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