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.
They can’t promise you the smell of sea, rain or freshly tapped Tuborg, but they can show you the new couches, chairs, tables and design accessories representing the new Scandinavian design – Budapest’s new design store welcomes you into the world of the Danish company, Bolia. Hygge, the Danish feeling of coziness willmove into the Budapest Stocking Factory, home of the new Innoconcept showroom.
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H6 is group of six young jewelry designers. Six different relationships with jewelry, six different ways of thinking. One of them re-imagines the concept of jewelry with light, dance and space. Some of them give new meaning to how jewelry is worn by finding alternative uses for materials. Some are able to demonstrate the echelons of society with one jewelry collection. Their works differ but their common goal is to tell a story with jewelry. Be part of their story!
Designers: Anna Börcsök, Veronika Fazekas, Fruzsi Fekete, Kinga Horányi, Zsófia Neuzer, Nóra Tengely
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.
The Naan Design creates its leather goods and accessories through its value-centered glasses. Designer Natasa Litvin introduces visitors to her work and the spirit of creativity through the workshops where everyone can try working with leather. The second anniversary of the brand will also be celebrated at the event (participation fee at the workshop: 8900 Ft).
Designed by BORD Architectural Studio for MTK football team, the stadium is one of the most recent in Budapest and one of the most modern sports facilities in Europe. The stadium is fully lit by LED lights, features a special hybrid grass, and is suited to accommodate 12,700 spectators; on the exclusive tour, the architect Péter Bordás will guide the visitors around, and let them in on secrets.
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