Exhibitors Previously Featured

Previously Featured

Oléant Lighting

Hungarian Designers Previously Featured
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

Miklósi Ádám

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Ádám Miklósi is a Red-dot award-winning designer based in Budapest. After studying in Sweden, he started working in Switzerland in the fields of kitchen, gastronomic and health design. In 2016, he moved to Budapest, where he worked as a freelance designer on domestic and international product developments, as well as on his own hardware startup… Keep reading

LumoConcept

Hungarian Designers Previously Featured
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

Lakatos Ábel

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The Polli set was inspired by refined Japanese object culture, the world of video games of the 90’s and the beauty of noble porcelain. All moulds are made by using a traditional, hand-made process, giving the digitally influenced moulds an organic feel which can easily play with the phenomenon of light and shadow on a… Keep reading

Komonka

Hungarian Designers Previously Featured
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

Kele Sára

Hungarian Designers Previously Featured
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

Hannabi

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HANNABI was founded in 2010 with the goal of responding to the customers ever-changing needs with playful, interactive user-friendly custom sofas. Their furniture combines high quality with traditional techniques and artistic sensitivity. Their furniture has an extremely long lifespan and, thanks to a special system, is completely customizable, with which they try to encourage theircustomers… Keep reading

Codolagni

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The CODOLAGNI (CODO) brand was founded in 2008 by Gábor Kodolányi and Katalin Halász. Their first collection was presented in London in 2012, and their work has been featured in several international and domestic exhibitions. During the design process, they place great emphasis on the search for timeless ethereal forms and solutions and the fine-tuning… Keep reading

Adamlamp

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Adamlamp was founded in Budapest by Adam Juhasz, a Hungarian designer who after his graduation from Moholy-Nagy University Of Art and Design started creating lighting objects that made from hand-assembled die cut parts, giving the objects real character and quality. His enthusiasm for lamps feeds upon his love for light and inspiration for intuitive creation… Keep reading

Error n’more

Hungarian Designers Previously Featured
ERROR N’ MORE ceramics studio was established in 2014 with the purpose of exploring new opportunities at the frontiers of top gastronomy, art and design. The designer of the brand, Ádám Csaba Szabó in contrast to the classic problem-solving design approach, builds from below. During the creation process, he creates the conditions for coincidences and… Keep reading