Awardee of the Noémi Ferenczy prize and the industrial design award on multiple occasions, Tibor Szentpéteri is one of the most significant Hungarian industrial designers on the international scene. He is seventy five years old, and has spent five decades in his field. The book presenting his works will be published to mark this double anniversary, containing nearly two hundred photos and design drawings, as well as a rich selection of his writings.
After appearing in Tate Modern in London, young French-Hungarian visual artist Dániel Labrosse returns to Budapest to present his new material using AR (augmented reality). He uses multiple techniques in his thematically connected colourful illustrations: painting, computer graphics and traditional animation are combined with augmented reality, in which he partners with Etentuk Udeme.
Developed in Hungary, HBH sports equipment is manufactured using special technology, and is suited for use outdoors and indoors alike. Because the basic elements can be combined in any way users choose, any size of area can be furnished with it; outdoor training parks also have a community building function. HBH has won a special prize of the Hungarian Design Award, and is used in numerous sports parks all around the world. Its creators now hold a unique demonstration and training session – to those who are quick enough to apply.
This year KAZA organizes its first Hungarian tile design competition, where the winning design will go into production. At pointOne Center of Interior Design – home to one of the most unique TRE walls – long-standing KAZA designer Next Ship will talk about their design process and the competition will also be announced.
The world of work is constantly evolving - so how can organisations adapt their environments to keep up? At Budapest Design Week, Haworth will introduce our co-creation pop-up concept: IDEALab. Leveraging a temporal approach that explores new ways of working, IDEALab engages architects, end-users and product designers together to examine and create new application-based designs that can improve community and employee happiness in the workplace. Join to the program at Infopark to find out more.
Design Adventure Trip by bus after sundown. Get to know Budapest’s trendiest and most innovative office spaces that are rarely open to the wider audience. Europa Design will guide you through best practices and award-winning projects, including their recently opened new showroom and office.
Registration (max. 80 guests): europadesign.hu
Teqball is newly developed, football-based Hungarian sports equipment and also a game, which is excellent for both professional and amateur footballers to develop their technical skills, concentration and stamina. Developed by two Hungarian inventors and designed by Co&Co Designcommunications, this innovative sports equipment also won a Red Dot award in 2015, and can now be tested by anyone at Teqball’s headquarters.
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