Posts Tagged 'design'

THE 2009 HUNGARIAN DESIGN AWARDS CEREMONY A Magyar Formatervezési Díj sírköve

ivanka seeyou hungarian design awards_mfd09 (218) 1 ca go

Winners of the Hungarian Design Awards, managed by the Hungarian Design Council, are announced for the 30th time this year. The prizes are awarded by a jury of acclaimed artists and experts in four categories – Product, Visual Communication, Concept and Student Work – for the most outstanding Hungarian design achievements. The exhibition containing some of the most outstanding entrants of the competition gives an insight into the most recent processes of Hungarian design culture.

october 5. 17.00 Museum of Applied Arts 1091 Budapest Üllői avenue 33-37.  Exhibition: October 5.–November 22. Open: Tue 14.00–18.00, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 10.00–18.00 Thu 10.00–22.00 Continue reading ‘THE 2009 HUNGARIAN DESIGN AWARDS CEREMONY A Magyar Formatervezési Díj sírköve’

IVANKA DEBUT with AFTERLIFESTYLE at Salone Satellite Milan


We proudly invite you to our exposition:
‘SEEYOU’ – Concrete gravestone from Hungary

Dates of Show: Wednesday 22nd till Monday 27th April 2009
Venue: Milan Fairgrounds, Rho (Milan) Foro Buonaparte, 65 – Milano  – 20121
Exhibit Hall: in the rear of pavilions 22-24 Stand Nr.: 30
Opening hours
Exhibitors: 9.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
Visitors: 9.30 a.m. – 6.30 p.m.

Continue reading ‘IVANKA DEBUT with AFTERLIFESTYLE at Salone Satellite Milan’

See you in Saint-Étienne!


IVANKA with Kucsera and Maurer-Klimes proudly invite you for the debut of their freshest Design for Life and Death: SEEYOU Concrete Gravestone Project has been selected to represent Hungarian design at the ten years celebrating BIENNALE INTERNATIONALE DU DESIGN 2008 takes place in Saint-Etienne. Continue reading ‘See you in Saint-Étienne!’

Ideas meet high-tech

3D scan steps

Continue reading ‘Ideas meet high-tech’

Concrete surface design

Designing a surface for a concrete product was quite difficult, because of the material’s extreme variousness. Concrete tends to be “active” with a variety of surface tones. It is easy to achieve decorative patterns, but the vivid surfce hides the material itself. The biggest challange was Continue reading ‘Concrete surface design’