After the success of the Encs-based sister duo, Anyukám mondta and Pizza, Kávé, Világbéke Miskolc, they recently opened a new restaurant in Debrecen. The concept of
For many, autumn has marked the end of a refreshing summer, where monotony and greyness slip into people’s everyday lives without a word—but that’s not at
Nike has created a recreational park from no less than 20,000 pieces of upcycled sneakers, in collaboration with London-based creative agency Accept & Proceed. The project,
The design of the holiday home in the green belt above the Vranov Dam in the Czech Republic was inspired by boat cabins: all the tiny
For today’s selection, we collected unique office interiors from the region that are guaranteed to unleash your creative energies while working. Retro car, meeting pool and
Bonsai, roses, orchids, chili peppers, baby carrots, or even insect-eating plants: a Czech innovation makes it easy to grow them all in your own home. For
From October 6 to 10, the city of Prague will be buzzing and (besides amazing Czech beers) design will be on tap. This year’s Designblok will
Unique creations, international awards, innovative ideas and prominent Eastern European design brands—this year’s Red Dot Award-winning 360 Design Budapest will open its doors again. For the
The nearly seven hundred-page photo book Fortepan Masters—Collected Photography in the 20th Century—Selected by Szabolcs Barakonyi, inspired by the archives of Fortepan, has been published. It
It’s good to get on the road sometimes and explore distant places—if nothing else, with food. A little taste of Italy always brings back the sunshine,
BOTANIQ Turai Kastély has won another international tourism award, this time, received the “Best Castel Hotel in Europe 2021” title at the International Travel Awards 2021.
On Hungary’s ever-expanding music palette, more and more folk music celebrating artists or productions pop up. As in all art forms, tradition keeping plays an important
Excellent results were achieved at Maison&Objet, the Paris design fair held from 9-13 September, where ten Hungarian designers presented their work. Sára Kele’s furniture family made
Teapots, cups, vases and plates. An infinitely simple system of everyday objects. We use them so often that we tend to completely overlook their aesthetic appearance.
Two neighboring residential houses were reborn and merged in a historic part of a small town in southern Bohemia, designed by Atelier 111 architekti. The building