KUNSZT!, Veszprém’s newest design store, opened its doors on 15 September. We could say that so far, it’s not a big deal. But actually, it is.
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
On 15 September, the new design store, gallery, bistro-café, and community space of Veszprém will open in the heart of the city, in the historic Rosenberg
KUNSZT! and Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European Capital of Culture (VEB2023) announce a joint, open competition for Hungarian designers and craftspeople. The competition provides an opportunity for contemporary
In the framework of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European Capital of Culture program, projects not only increasing Veszprém’s visibility on a domestic level but also bringing the
“Dare” means: “to venture”, “to pick up courage”, “to be brave enough.” Graphic designer Fanni Demecs and former chief archivist István Zámbó, true to their brand
After Pécs, another Hungarian city will be the European Capital of Culture (EKF) in 2023, the modern image of which with a multilayer message and an