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.
Clique operates as a classic showroom, but it is way more than that: Clique is a co-operation of creative brands and designers who provide wide range of unique products and services to the audience – such as special offers during Design Week, workshops and fashion shows. Details: facebook.com/cliquebudapest
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
The exhibition draws attention to the importance of good quality and interactive design in the development of children's creative abilities. All exhibited objects are created by young Estonian designers. The selection covers the fields of play, learning, dressing up, and touches on the field of social design.
Szimultán Művészeti Iskola comes up as one of the most exciting private artistic institutions in Hungary. Their exhibition focuses on their teachers’ works, while many different workshops allows insight into different design specializations.
Fees and details: szimultan.hu/workshop
Registration (max. 10 guests by workshop): szimultan.hu/kapcsolat
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How did yacht pyjamas make it into the wardrobe of the women of Pest? What was the favourite outfit of Flóra Dessewffy, a revue dancer who also had shows in Shanghai? How was Van Cleef & Arpels inspired by the Chinese coolie hat? Walking tour with the curator of the exhibition entitled Sanghay – Shanghai: Parallel Diversities Between East and West and dress historian Csilla Kollár. The guided tour will be complemented by a jewellery-making workshop, a must for the lovers of Art Deco.
Designers’ Round Table – An interactive discussion about the operational strategies of Hungarian designers and the means of cooperation and community building.
YLKA-HYGGE Workshops – experience the Danish lifestyle in a social creativity project. Come and create fashion accessories from recycled and natural materials following the principles of durability, timelessness and rationality.
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