Oslo-based collective Pyton showcased more than 50 examples of Norwegian art, design and craft at the Pyton Place exhibition during London Craft Week. Pyton Place aims
We first met Annabella Hevesi and Gábor Bella in the summer of 2021 when we collaborated on the Artist duo series. At that time, they were
Sometimes all it takes is a cup of tea to take a moment out of the whirlwind of everyday life and notice details that we usually
On Napraforgó Street, a pleasant little street of unique atmosphere well off the busy roads in Pasarét, hides a rare treasure both from an urban planning
The architect Zsófia Csomay is an emblematic figure at MOME, and is now almost a byword—not only at the university but also in the Hungarian architectural
Simple shapes with a complex color palette, a harmony of light and composition spiced with suprematist style features: Ukrainian-born Daria Zinovatnaya creates objects, furniture, carpets, or
The German studio 8-Minutes designed a conceptual office furniture collection. The office system evokes the world of Bauhaus and identifies with its philosophy, pointing towards the
How can an urbanist facilitate economic recovery, or how could a globally renowned visual artist contribute to more sustainable thinking? And what are they doing sitting
Although the city of Prague is mainly famous for its impressive Baroque buildings, it also boasts many modern architectural masterpieces, such as the Baba Experimental Housing
Have you ever looked for a play tent on the internet? Most models are space-consuming, difficult to assemble and don’t leave much room for kids’ creativity.
Simple geometric forms combined with a distinct color palette and hand-crafted techniques: the modernist furniture pieces of NOOM Studio pay homage to suprematism and the Bauhaus.
The combination of geometric forms with delicate and soft materials, or the meeting of the colors and shapes of the Bauhaus with raw nature. Alma Vetlényi’s fall-winter
The flame-resistant dishes frequently referred to as the dream of housewives once came from the GDR – this is where the name of these glass baking
Glowing strips of long avenues and skyscrapers of modern, buzzing metropolises draw traditional patterns by calling to life the technology of the future. Jeanette Szirmay’s interactive
On those afternoons under the striped sunshades sometimes earless guys come around. Oh no! One eye crying, one looking. There you go, a Tetris-like mass scene