During the process of manufacturing our goods, we use recycled materials utilizing, among others, car parts, recycled glass and wood from building demolitions (intended to be used as firewoo ...


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We offer unique products. Each of our designs is incomparable and unmatched. Even if it’s designed according to the same original rendering, each product can vary, depending on the longevi ...


Rec.on brand gives recovered auto parts a new chance to shine again. Using a unique upcycling process, we transform used, unwanted parts into new, high-quality, functional designs, adding style and an industrial aesthetic to any interior.

The process of acquiring our materials is what makes our products one-of-a-kind. Each creation is marked with an individual serial number, and customers have the option to specify parts from their favorite car models. Our clients range from individuals, hotels, restaurants, clubs and businesses.

Our goal is to build stellar, sophisticated designs, all while promoting the essence of mindful creation to serve our customers as well as the environment. We want the process to be a learning and growing experience, and our hope is to develop lasting customer relationships with our clients, share creativity, and instill a trustworthy venture.

Paulina & Bartek Bielecki,
Rec.on founders



REC.ON Studio creates modern, eco-friendly designs. Here you will find loft lamps and industrial accessories created from used car parts. You can choose from many available models of unique ceiling, floor or wall lamps. You will also find industrial tables, chairs or coat stands of distinct quality. Our products are a perfect match for loft, minimalist and eclectic interiors. Do you have a great idea for your own industrial piece of furniture or a lamp made from car parts? We will custom make it for you. Allow yourself to be seduced by REC.ON products.

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[ Social Design ]

It is said that good design should, first and foremost, serve people, be ergonomic and functional. This very broadly-worded definition closely follows the way we interpret the concept of DESIGN. The environmentally friendly character of REC.ON is but one aspect of our activities – our mission is to create socially engaged design. That’s why we’ve decided to begin cooperating with the organizations, artists and people who need our support to give our business a new dimension.

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During our stay in Ghana, we met a fascinating man – Jah Nana. He stood out from among other members of his local community because of his attitude towards life, his desire for further development, enthusiasm for learning new things and his determination. He radiated positive energy, even though his life wasn’t easy. Jah’s biggest dream was to create a professional music band he could travel with, touring the world and making a living this way. But his financial situation did not even allow for purchasing music instruments.
On a daily basis, together with his friends, Jah makes all kinds of handcrafted goods – jewelry made with beads, leather handbags, as well as goods made from less typical materials, such as cane or coconut. That is where we noticed a common denominator between REC.ON and Jah’s activities – upcycling. Some of the money he earns this way goes into his further musical development.
We have decided to help by supplying him with additional components from disassembled vehicles, such as airbags and seat belts, so he could create various accessories.
For each REC.ON product, we include a gift from Africa – products made by Jah and his team

How the coconut handbag is made?
The average time required to make one handbag is about 4 hours. Due to different sizes and shapes of coconuts, each product is unique.
1. Finding a coconut shell with no damages (coconuts are bought at the market or picked directly from the tree)
2. Marking the line, along which the coconut will be cut in half with the hand-held saw.
3. The coconut shell is emptied of pulp, which is subject of consumption.
4. A hand drill is used to make holes, to which a zipper will be attached.
5. The coconut’s surface is polished with sandpaper.
6. Attaching a string (or other material), which will serve as a strap and a place for a zipper.
7. Finishing of details.



We invite you to cooperate with Architects, Interior designers and people involved in the visualization space.
Brand [Rec.On] provides downloadable 3D solid models selected lamps.

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If you have comments or questions, please contact:


Paulina Bielecka i Bartek Bielecki

Spain +34 642 404 135

Poland +48 501 100 044