Exhibitors Previously Featured

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Ungár Fanni

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Fanni Ungár is a many-sided designer. The PEAK, her newest lamp collection is characterized as a minimalist and clear-out designed object. Every piece is named after a personal experience, for instance the TRYGLAV which was inspired by the Julian Alps or the LONGONOT in honour of the Kenyan volcano. The collection contains two different types… Keep reading

Studio Nomad

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Colors, geometric shapes, raw materials and experimenting create the characteristic objects of STUDIO NOMAD. The Budapest architecture and design studio places novelty and conceptual design in the centre of creative process, which is fundamentally supported by their inspiration from built environments. Their works are characterized by pragmatism, functionality and abstraction, while also engaging in the… Keep reading

Socowoo

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Socowoo is a creative collaboration between János Néző, owner of solid surface fabricator company Nezozen, and industrial designer Lehel Juhos. They have worked together successfully since 2016 on highly recognized projects. The brand unites their experiences of innovative design methods and hi-tech manufacturing techniques. When they decided to create a contemporary collection for home and… Keep reading

sixay furniture

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Sixay furniture is perhaps the only contemporary Hungarian furniture company today, which has an internationally recognized portfolio and several European awards, making it one of the most successful Hungarian furniture brands of all time. 99% of their products are sold abroad, mainly in Germany and Switzerland. Their furniture is timeless, and they still regularly sell… Keep reading

Regős Anna

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For Anna Regős, textile art is about experimenting with new materials and inventing new techniques. By “re-creating” patterns, we can time travel from the past through the present to the future. Since the beginning of her career, creating experimental works and design textiles for use both play an important role in her career. The OP… Keep reading

RAWfiction by Temesi Apol

Hungarian Designers Previously Featured
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

POSITION Collective

Hungarian Designers Previously Featured
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

Plydesign

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Plydesign has developed a refined and subtle, yet long-lasting product family encompassing accuracy, precision and hidden details. FLEET Collection is a result of an extensive research and product development whereby the best practices of ergonomics were integrated and applied, based on users’ feedbacks. The design brand’s strategy is characterized by innovation, collaboration and efficiency. Plydesign’s… Keep reading

Planbureau

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The Budapest-based design studio Planbureau was founded in 2009 by Dániel Lakos. Their design process is characterized by an experimental approach. As a multidisciplinary studio, besides furniture design, they also deal with stage design, product design, museum installations, and architectural and interior design work. Award-winning Logifaces games can be found in the world’s most prestigious… Keep reading

Paper Up!

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The Paper Up! objects are made of high-quality paper waste. Paper pulp is easy to mix with sawdust, woodchips, or any organic material, which provides practically countless possibilities for papier maché applications. Individual collections include both utility and decorative objects, from small bowls, holder through vases and pendant lamps. Rita Koralevics makes every part of… Keep reading