17 April 2012
15 April 2012
05 September 2011
30 June 2011
07 June 2011
In my 'Flat to Form' project I have a conceptual series called 'Behave Like a Table' and this is one of them. Here, I am revealing the hidden divisions in a flat plain. By using tension, it can transform into a three dimensional form, yet snap back flat, to save space. I like to call this piece 'The Lazarus'.
04 June 2011
This concept is challenging the conventional way of seating masses of people, represented here with marbles. With my differently folded chairs (green side + cardboard model) it becomes much quicker for everybody to find their place as the barriers of movement are vastly reduced.
On the first picture there is Juliana Roldao, very talented graphic designer. Hopefully we will collaborate later..
17 May 2011
21 July 2010
19 July 2010
Luca Rományi is a truly talented and passionate fashion jewellery designer. I am honored to consider her my friend. Check her website on www.lullatic.com, or just click on the blog entry's title. By the way this business card is my design too - who would guess
12 July 2010
I was thinking about a cheap but cool solution for my bed problem. I came up with this. I'll probably need some real material trial, but I can't wait to work with the technicians!
I will use one single ply wood (size: 170*287*2cm) as you can see the off cuts are other parts of the bed.
I was trying the Google Sketch Up, pretty good from a beginner, huh? :) about 6 hours left out 8.
10 July 2010
the design was made for Andras Bokor's Hungarian Shop, based in Ireland. A few month ago He and his lovely partner left the country due to homesickness, but the store is still running and waiting for those who want to try the Hungarian specialities, or those many who already miss it..
the typo based on Bauhaus letter face, as a Hungarian twist.