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Miklos Leits

Hungarian Designers
The Micro-Licht Világítástechnikai Stúdió worked together with Miklós Leits to create the Hommage lamp family. The objective of the project is to provide a unique illumination to works of industrial designers by applying special components such as the individually manufactured light- projecting disk that lends the item on display a subdued but distinctive character. Keep reading
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Komok

Hungarian Designers
Komok is a furniture and design brand that works closely with local designers and manufacturers to provide high-quality and sustainable solutions. Their constantly developing offer of products and bespoke furniture satisfy the demand of both business and private clients. In their work, the functionalism of the technical approach meets with timeless, clear forms and aesthetics. Keep reading
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Concrazy

Hungarian Designers
The designers of Concrazy strive to create furniture and interior design elements that provide a lasting visual and functional experience, which awakens the person’s desire to own, the use of which, but only the sight of it, is a pleasure. The creation of such a piece requires creative design without conventions, elaboration of details with… Keep reading
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Antal Balázs

Hungarian Designers
The founder of the BAANTAL brand is Balázs Antal, a ceramic artist and painter. The aim of the designer is to create unique functional objects and unique individual works and to apply their common intersection. Each item is made entirely by hand. In addition to the personality of the designer, the focus of the works is on the quality of special silicate materials and hand painting in accordance with the spirit of art and craft. He prefers to mix traditional ceramic and porcelain painting methods with his own brush work methods so thats why his objects can be easily identified. Keep reading
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RAWfiction by Temesi Apol

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RAWfiction project is inspired by circular design thinking and a new raw material approach. Using locally available raw materials iss an important aspect for Apol Temesi. The discovery of a problematic material that is present in Hungary and regionally. This is how she found the wool waste left in the textile factories, which is not … Keep reading
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POSITION Collective

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In the collections of POSITION Collective, the contemporary design successfully meets the iconic elements of European furniture design. The generous minimalism of the creations fits into private homes as well as corporate or other public spaces, while the harmonious colours and shapes show timeless elegance and premium design. The POSITION Collective was founded in 2010… Keep reading
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Oléant Lighting

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The Oleant philosophy is as unique as their lighting. Their sophisticated customers demand a team with creative vision, quality products, and impeccable customer service. That is precisely why these elements have become the cornerstones of their company. Keep reading
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LumoConcept

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LumoConcept is a Budapest-based custom lamp manufacturing company with an engineering and design team that responds to tasks that require complex lighting design. Its limited series product portfolio ranges from high-end wall lamps to combinable ceiling luminaires, which can be used in both private and business living spaces. Thanks to its production capacity, its unique… Keep reading
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Komonka

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KOMONKA Textile’s designer is Móni Kovács. Her hand-woven textiles are characterised by her unique treatment of surfaces and her special use of materials. With its contrasting glossed and matte, soft and hard surfaces, her collection of metallic textiles seeks to imitate nature. The interplay of metallic and cotton threads creates a special light effect that… Keep reading
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Kele Sára

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Sara Kele’s main focus is designing furniture and everyday objects, but sometimes expands out to graphic design, interior design or passing on her expertise through workshops or mentoring. After graduating from the Budapest University of Technology as an industrial design engineer, she started her professional practice at prestigious studios both locally and internationally. Conscious design, consideration… Keep reading