12.madeinhungary + 05.MeeD
design without borders

2017.04.01. - 05.07. Új Budapest Galéria (1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11-12.)

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2017 EXHIBITION

Eva Kocnárová
Alexandra Varšová

GUAPA

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Oláh Sándor

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Alexandra Varšová
Eva Kocnárová

GUAPA

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Gosia Rygalik
Tomek Rygalik

STUDIO RYGALIK

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Tomek Rygalik
Gosia Rygalik

STUDIO RYGALIK

studiorygalik.com

Szabó Zsuzsi

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Rejka Erika

erikarejka.hu

Radnóti Tamás

radnotitamas.hu

Pataki Dávid

PDSIGN

pdsign.hu

Molnár Réka

moringa.hu

Lőrincz V Gabi

lvgtextileart.com

Gulyás Judit

gulyastextil.com

Horváth Máté

matehorvath.wordpress.com

Radek Achramowicz
Anna Siedlecka

PUFF-BUFF

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Anna Siedlecka
Radek Achramowicz

PUFF-BUFF

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Kanics Márta

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Helena Dařbujánová

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Lévay Ariel

 

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Koralevics Rita

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Józsa István

YOZA

yoza.eu

Bánhalmi Gábor

ORIGO DESIGN

origodesign.hu

Koós Daniella

koodform.com

Fogarasi Demeter

demeterfogarasi.com

Fock Máté

motofocker.com

Csíkszentmihályi Réka

csikreka@gmail.com

Buza Krisztina

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Nagy Brigitta

 

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Ottlik Julianna

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Szigeti Szilvia

EVENTUELL GALÉRIA

eventuell.hu

Brinkus-Vándor Kata

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Ruttka Andrea

ruttkaandrea.hu

Albert Virág
Pongrácz Farkas

BLUM & WOLF

blumandwolf.com

Pongrácz Farkas
Albert Virág

BLUM & WOLF

blumandwolf.com

Szikszai László

sixay.com

Petrus Ferenc

petrusferenc.com

Regős Anna
Regős István

Palmetta Design Galéria

regos.co.hu

Pájer Emília

Eventuell Galéria

eventuell.hu

Juhász Ádám

adamlamp.com

Kass Eszter

Regős István
Regős Anna

Palmetta Galéria

palmettadesign.hu

Kónya Kinga

Eventuell Galéria

eventuell.hu

Kateřina Brůhová

cieti.net

Petr Hák

petrhak.com

Jaroslav Juřica

jaroslavjurica.com

Cecilie Manz

ceciliemanz.com

Rasmus Fenhann

fenhann.com

Árkossy Tamás
Schumacher Dániel

Árkossy Bútor

arkossy.hu

Bogár Máté

MEONIN

 

meonin.com

Góbi Gábor

 

gobi.design

Horváth Attila

Enterteam

enterteam.hu

Prokai Ádám

Industrial Design Stúdió

industreal.works

Ungár Fanni

 

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Tóth Daniella

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Koczka Kristóf

Moholy-Nagy University of Art
and Design Budapest

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Hanna Särökaari

 

hannasarokaari.fi

Mikko Lanne
Riku Toivonen

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Joonas Torim
Mihkel Mölder

Oot-Oot Studio

oot-oot.com

Mihkel Mölder
Joonas Torim

Oot-Oot Studio

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Jaanus Orgusaar

 

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Monika Järg

 

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Hanna Anonen

 

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Riku Toivonen
Mikko Lanne

 

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Arthur Analts
Rudolph Strelis

Variant Studió

variantstudio.com

Laima Kaugure

Studio Natural

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Raimonds Cirulis

Maffam Freeform

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Inesa Malafej
Arunas Sukarevicius

Etcetc-studio

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Arunas Sukarevicius
Inesa Malafej

Etcetc-studio

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Simonas Tarvydas

Indi

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Mindaugas Žilionis

 

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Maja Ganszyniec

 

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Dorota Koziara

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Krystian Kowalski

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Marta Morawska-Omalecka

martamorawska.pl

Agnieszka Pasierska
Magda Paszewska

Longstory

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Magda Paszewska
Agnieszka Pasierska

Longstory

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Runa Klock

 

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Kristine Five Melvær

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Linda Svensson-Edevint

 

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Markus Johansson

 

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Martin Bosák
Peter Zvolenský

Cubica

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Peter Zvolenský
Martin Bosák

Cubica

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Mária Bujňáková
Michaela Bujňáková
Patrik Bujňák

Furnicoolture team

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Michaela Bujňáková
Mária Bujňáková
Patrik Bujňák

Furnicoolture team

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Patrik Bujňák
Mária Bujňáková
Michaela Bujňáková

Furnicoolture team

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Pavol Capik

 

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Jana Potiron

Grungdesign

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Michal Riabic

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Elena Simonik
Peter Simonik

ALLT Studio

allt.sk

Peter Simonik
Elena Simonik

ALLT Studio

allt.sk

Kerékgyártó András

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PLY DESIGN

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Kókai András

BIZSÓK Manufaktúra

bizsok.hu

Vas Ádám

Moholy-Nagy University of Art
and Design Budapest

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Herter Katalin Júlia

Moholy-Nagy University of Art
and Design Budapest

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Schumacher Dániel
Árkossy Tamás

Árkossy Bútor

arkossy.hu

Rudolph Strelis
Arthur Analts

Variant Studió

variantstudio.com

Jakub Jandourek
Michaela Tomiskova

DECHEM studio

dechemstudio.com

Michaela Tomiskova
Jakub Jandourek

DECHEM studio

dechemstudio.com

Révész Eszter

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Kovácsik Bence

Moholy-Nagy University of Art
and Design Budapest

faraway.hu

Szamosi Luca

Budapest Metropolitan University

Kónyi Kiss Petra

University of West Hungary

Lévai Levente

University of West Hungary

Ollé Gellért

University of West Hungary

Zámori Zsófia

Budapesti Metropolitan University

Nagy Vivien

University of West Hungary

Signe Hytte

signehytte.dk

Zachar Viktória

Budapest Metropolitan University

metropolitan.hu

12.madeinhungary + 5.MeeD
DESIGN WITHOUT BORDERS
An exhibition of works by Czech, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak and Swedish designers

Venue: New Budapest Gallery, 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11–12.
Date: 31 March – 7 May 2017

Open daily except Mondays, from 10 am to 6 pm

Exhibition opening and presentation of the Design Without Borders Awards on 31 March 2017, beginning at 6 pm
Opening speech will be delivered by Beata Jaczewska, Director of the International Visegrad Fund.

The exhibition is a program of the Budapest Spring Festival

www.madeinhungary-meed. hu

The exhibition entitled Design Without Borders will be on view for five weeks. The exhibition consists of madeinhungary, which is being held now for the twelfth time, and MeeD – Meeting of European and Central European Designers, which is being held now for the fifth time. As one of the most dynamically developing event series of the region, the exhibition Design Without Borders presents nearly 100 designers from 11 countries and includes guided tours and a rich array of additional events concerning the profession. The show, which is being coordinated and organized by textile designer Szilvia Szigeti and interior designer Tamás Radnóti, will present objects and collections created by independently working Czech, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak and Swedish furniture, textile, industrial and interior designers.
Texhibition is a special project within the exhibition that presents compositions by Hungarian textile designers and works by students of Budapest Metropolitan University, MOME – Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and the University of West Hungary.

Organisers of madeinhungary+MeeD

Textile designer and recipient of the Ferenczy Noémi Award, Szilvia Szigeti and interior designer Tamás Radnóti have coordinated and organised the madeinhungary exhibitions since 2004 and the MeeD – Meeting of European and Central Eastern European Designers – exhibitions since 2012.

The designer couple completed their studies at the MOME Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (previously the Academy of Applied Arts). Both received scholarships from the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. They are the founders of Eventuell Gallery and recipients of the Hungarian Design Award and the Lajos Kozma Grant. In addition to their own designs in textile and interior design, they have organised nearly 200 exhibitions and programs, including exhibitions, shows of the Eventuell Gallery, the Textivals of the 1990s, and the exhibition entitled BútoroSokk (focusing on contemporary furniture design).

Brief history of the madeinhungary+MeeD exhibition

In its current form – entitled madeinhungary – the exhibition is the result of unparalleled professional collaboration in Hungary. Between 2004 and 2012, it was an independent section of the HomeTrend exhibitions organized at the Budapest Kunsthalle, the Gödör Klub and the Budapest Millenáris.

In 2013 and 2014, it was a program of the Design Week. Since 2014, we have organized the exhibition in collaboration with the Budapest Gallery, and the venue has been the New Budapest Gallery. Thanks to last year’s success, the event is part of the Budapest Spring Festival for the second year in a row now.

Sponsors and partners of madeinhungary+MeeD

Between 2004 and 2012, the exhibition was made possible with the support of HomeTrend, the National Cultural Fund of Hungary, and the financial willingness of individual participants.

Over the course of the last four years, major financial support was provided by the International Visegrad Fund, with additional funding from the National Cultural Fund of Hungary. Since 2016, the CIG Pannonia Insurance Companies have contributed to support the exhibition and the foundation of the Design Without Borders Award.

Our partners include the Budapest Gallery, the Czech Centrum Budapest, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Estonian Institute in Budapest, the Polish Institute, the Embassy of the Republic of Latvia in Budapest, the Embassy of Lithuania in Budapest, the Budapest Embassy of Norway in Budapest, the Cultural Institute of the Republic of Slovakia, the Akademie Schloss Solitude of Stuttgart, the Design Festival of Lodz, and the Slovak DESIGNBY.Sk.

Design Without Borders Award

As we have indicated in our introduction the goal of the exhibition is primarily to present the works of independent, innovative designers. After having studied numerous international examples (Blickfang exhibitions, Design Festival of Lodz, Satellit in Milan) we came to the conclusion that, given the significance and quality of the exhibition, every year we would present awards to some of the exhibitors.

The awards will recognize originality, innovative solutions and design content.

The awards will be decided by a jury of five members. Renowned experts well acquainted with the area of design are asked to take part in the jury process.

The jury consists of the following members:

Nóra Demeter, architect, DLA, Demeter Design Studio

Dr József Slézia, PhD, associate professor, design historian

József Zalavári, DLA, associate professor, recipient of the Ferenczy Noémi Award, industrial designer

Design Without Borders Award winners:

Raimonds Cirkulis, Latvia http://www.maffamfree.eu/

Michaela Tomišková and Jakub Janďourek, Czech Republic  http://dechemstudio.com/

Daniella Koós, Hungary http://koodform.com/

 

Novelty: Łódź Design Festival Prize

Rita Koralevics https://www.behance.net/ritakoralevics

 

Professional expo-day

As usual, the organizers place considerable emphasis on the arrangement of a comprehensive professional expo-day, on which a series of 10-minute-long presentations by the artists and their collaborators will be held, along with lectures on various important international projects, such as the scholarship opportunities offered by the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart and the Lodz Design Festival, one of the most important series of programs in the field.
Date and time of the professional expo-day: 1 April, 11 am to 2 pm.
Location: New Budapest Gallery
A detailed program is available on our website under Programs.

Texhibition

Texhibition, a project initiated by textile designer Szilvia Szigeti (Eventuell Gallery), in collaboration with textile manufacturers Aste Upholstery Material and Home Textile -Meritum Kft, Csárda-Tex Kft, Lénárd Zászlókészítő Kft, Rovitex Hungária Kft, is a display of the creative work of almost twenty textile designers. It is being held now for the second time. The goal of the project is to draw attention to a branch of design which previously played a leading role in the field, as well as the artists in this area and the creative potentials inherent in this art. The organizers will present the project, including the designers, the manufacturers and the completed textiles, as part of a separate professional day, which they anticipate will meet with considerable interest on the part of interior designers and distributors.
Guided tours focusing on textile design: 18 April 2017, 4.30 pm to 6 pm,  21 April 2017, 2.30 pm to 4 pm, 07 May 2017, 4 pm to 5.30 pm. Location: New Budapest Gallery

Productions in other fields of the arts

The series of programs will be further enriched by productions from other fields of the arts, such as a contemporary dance performance by the Góbi Dance Company as part of the exhibition opening ceremony on 31 March and the closing ceremony on 7 May. The production will bring the objects on display to life.

The organizers of the exhibition, together with journalists and artists participating in the exhibition, will give guided tours on several occasions.
A detailed program is available on our website under Programs.

For more information please contact:

Szilvia Szigeti, textile designer, recipient of the Ferenczy Noémi Award, curator of the 12.madeinhungary+5.MeeD exhibition
+36 20 567 2727
szilvisziget@gmail.com

Programs

01.04.2017.
11 am to 2 pm
Professional expo­day. Presentations will be delivered in English or an English translation will be provided.

Michał Piernikowski DIRECTOR OF ŁÓDŹ DESIGN FESTIVAL
Mascher Róbert DLA designer
Petr Hak (CZ)
Monika Järg (EST)
Raimonds Cirulis (LV)
Simonas Tarvydas INDI (LT)
Mindaugas Žilionis (LT)
Mária Bujňáková (SK)
Elena Simonik (SK)
Ungár Fanni (H)
Orbán Orsi (H)
Bogár Máté / Matók Zsuzsi (H)
Lőrincz V Gabi (H)
Vas Ádám (H)
18.04.2017.
4.30 pm to 6 pm
Guided Tour - Szilvia Szigeti curator of the exhibition
18.04.2017.
6 pm to 7.30 pm
Workshop - Budapest Metropolitan University
18.04.2017.
2.30 pm to 4 pm
Guided Tour - Szilvia Szigeti curator of the exhibition
02.05.2017.
4 pm to 6 pm
Guided Tour in English - Szilvia Szigeti curator of the exhibition
04.05.2017.
4 pm to 6.30 pm
„Can’t touch this!” project – organised by the Design and art management MA students from Metropolitan University of Budapest. The project tries to interpret the
question how to expand borders between an exhibition and the world of design, by establishing a connection between display items and the visitors.
With this in mind a „white cube” imitating space awaits the visitors, where you can not only touch, but redesign the exhibited furniture and objects.
07.05.2017.
4 pm to 5.30 pm
Guided Tour - Szilvia Molnár editor of the Octogon architecture and Design Magazine and Szilvia Szigeti curator of the exhibition.
07.05.2017.
5.30 pm to 6 pm
Contemporary dance performance by the Góbi Dance Company

Previous exhibitions

2017
2016
2014
2013
2012
2011

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