Posts Tagged ‘Hungarian’

Omorovicza beauty room by Hello Flamingo, London – UK

March 13th, 2017

The back splash to the ornate sink was gilded in gold leaf to add to the luxury feel. Sumptuous curtains cover the windows and a vinyl of the company logo adorns one wall, which faces a wall of brass picture frames filled with black and white imagery of Hungarian architecture.

Momentán wine label by Kiss József Gergely

October 21st, 2016

The concept of the wine labels is based on the name Momentán, meaning In the Moment. Hourglass shaped label and the falling typography evokes the concept of passing time.

SÁO Food & Bar by POSITION Collective, Budapest – Hungary

January 7th, 2016



The Chinese-Vietnamese restaurant SÁO has evolved from a loving home cookery of three restaurateur-aspirant natives.

Bernadett Baji’s CV wine label by Miklós Kiss

March 4th, 2015

Bernadett Baji’s CV wine label by Miklós Kiss

Viktoria Minya identity & packaging by Kiss Miklós

April 10th, 2013

The packaging is a reference to exclusive and high quality cosmetics, its color code gives a classy, sophisticated and majestic touch to the product.

e/m packaging design by Eszter Laki

July 10th, 2012

Our jam is called “Eperlekvár mentával” in hungarian, so I used just the first letters. I made a stamp and prepared all the labels manually.

Experimental / hybrid furniture by Kata Monus

June 24th, 2012

Hungarian textile designer Kata Monus has created an experimental storage piece in which soft material is organically integrated with wood in a way that it breaks free of the customary standards of furniture manufacturing. Textile goes beyond its application and becomes an independent component of the object, connecting the two ashen elements as a knitted structure running through holes.

Cross-ropes shelf by Kata Monus & Tamas Bozsik

March 24th, 2012

Hungarian designer duo consisting of the textile designer Kata Monus and the product designer Tamas Bozsik have created ‘cross-ropes’ shelf, which is a storage function with an expression mix of a hard and soft, using locally grown natural materials – ash wood and linen rope.

Litracon transparent concrete

May 27th, 2011

World’s first commercially available transparent concrete Litracon® is a combination of optical fibres and fine concrete. It can be produced as prefabricated building blocks. Due to the small size of the fibres, they blend into concrete becoming a component of the material like small pieces of aggregate. In this manner, the result is not only two materials – glass in concrete – mixed, but a third, new material, which is homogeneous in its inner structure and on its main surfaces as well. Litracon® is a fully handmade product which results an exceptional and individual pattern of light in each piece.