hat is important in the implementation of design is to understand the message and depth of the project. The effects of this process can then exceed our expectations.
 

n Japanese culture KODAMA is a spirit who looks after a particular tree. He ensures that it is treated with due respect and severely punishes waste.
 

e offer expertise and experience.
 

urniture should not only be made-to-measure, but must also be an integral part of the interior and highlight its character..
 

very single wooden element – even the seemingly most useless – is valuable, and can be the beginning of a great project. Here is the result of an unusual perspective on wood – a table made from more than a thousand pieces of wood
 

e assist in the implementation of the craziest projects!
 

e welcome you to cooperate with us.
 

ODAMA
…Let's create together
 

ODAMA
& NOKEarchitects
for Haircology.

We have given a new lease of life to over a thousand pieces of reclaimed wood.
About us
KODAMA was formed out of respect for nature and the need to create.  Our intention is to combine high-quality hand-made items with an extraordinary interior design. Attention to every subtle detail and the generational tradition of working with wood has resulted in a masterly sense of this noble material. 

Our history dates back to 1989, when Jan Rybiński got started in the craft of carpentry.  The main products were the windows, doors and stairs, before we established cooperation with foreign investors.  With their help, we have become pioneers in the area of single-family wood construction.  In 1996, his son-in-law Marcin Wiloch joined the team, gaining experience beginning with the most basic carpentry work, as befits the old masters.  Two years later the founder's daughter, Marta Wiloch, joined the team. For many years we have produced wooden houses for the German, Spanish, French and Polish markets, realizing at the same time interesting projects under the guidance of restorers, including individual, often exclusive, interiors. Many years of experience in the use of wood as a construction and decorative material have enabled us to gain a thorough understanding of how to treat it, and taking on new challenges is our driving force for development.

Many carpenters and great masters of carpentry have learned their trade with us.