A smal table in front of Cafe Központ, Budapest by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop

As we’ve noted in the past, Hungarian architects and designers made a valuable contribution to the development of post war

November 2015 was a month of exhibitions, including Konstantin Grcic at the Grassi Museum Leipzig and Anton Corbijn at C/O

András Kerékgyártó Mood lighting

The history of furniture design has an unignorable, if subtle and background, Hungarian accent; Marcel Breuer was one of the

Budapest Design Week 2015: Tapas - Spanish Design for Food

As many of our regular readers will be aware, we don’t like food design. We would say “we can’t stomach

……and continued over Budapest and on to Berlin – where amongst other delights we partook of the exhibitions Sensing the

Budapest Design Week 2014 Entrance Hall at Palmetta Design Gallery Vidó Nóri lunaria hangers

Established in 1998 by the artist couple Anna and István Regős as a gallery/shop in the cellar of their house

Budapest Design Week 2014 Segíto Vásárlás Design Dates Stoki Daniel Szalkai

In 2010 the spectacularly sinister sounding Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities launched a programme to help promote products made in

Budapest Design Week 2014 Biela by András Kerékgyártó

The history of furniture design is famously also a history of experimentation, re-configuring, re-thinking and often of designers changing materials

Budapest Design Week 2014 Lola Women’s Boudoir by Helena Darbujánová

Ever since Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec released their Alcove Sofa for Vitra in 2006 ever more furniture objects have appeared

Budapest Design Week madeinhungary 2014 Cardboard Room Divider János Terbe Karton Design

Much like crisps, cardboard furniture is something with which we have a very troubled relationship. However whereas with crisps the

Board chair & table by AU Workshop, as seen during Budapest Design Week 2014

Just to be clear: Despite posting twice about them in little over week, we’re not paid to do PR for

Budapest Design Week 2014 Design Without Borders madeinhungary meed jan lutyk matlak lutyk Pongrácz Farkas Albert Virág lamps

In 2014 the exhibition “madeinhungary” celebrates its 10th anniversary. What began as a presentation of contemporary Hungarian product design hosted