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automotive industry

Shaping the future of mobility in Budapest
design

Shaping the future of mobility in Budapest

The success story of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design of Budapest and Mercedes-Benz began twenty years ago. To mark the occasion, we interviewed Robert Lešnik, Head of Exterior Design at Mercedes-Benz. The world-famous German automotive company and the Hungarian university celebrated 20 years of cooperation with a groundbreaking exhibition,
Did China dress up as Russia for this year's Halloween?
business

Did China dress up as Russia for this year's Halloween?

As Europe kicks the Russian Bear out, a less aggressive panda appears in the background. Europe-China relations have existed before, but now it seems Beijing wants what Moscow had to leave here. Marriage in silk Europe and China did not find each other because of the decline of Russian commercial
A new exhibition celebrates the legacy of cars at the Guggenheim Museum
architecture

A new exhibition celebrates the legacy of cars at the Guggenheim Museum

Some 38 classic cars have parked up inside the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao as part of a new exhibition exploring the links between the automotive industry and the world of art, design and architecture. Curated by English architect and designer Norman Foster, the exhibition Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture, looks back on
Carmakers close factories and freeze sales due to the war in Ukraine
russia

Carmakers close factories and freeze sales due to the war in Ukraine

Major car manufacturers Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Aston Martin, are also affected by the consequences of the war in Ukraine. The biggest car companies are closing factories and suspending sales in Russia. The list of industrial consequences of the invasion of Ukraine already includes measures on Russia by ten major
“Geniuses pick green, but you didn't pick it”—Would you? | Interview with CMF Designer Tereza Nikolova
sustainability

“Geniuses pick green, but you didn't pick it”—Would you? | Interview with CMF Designer Tereza Nikolova

“Green is the new gold”, “To stay sustainable, go vegan in materials”, “Sustainable sources = sustainability”—Three major myths that Tereza Nikolova literally burned during her talk at this year’s Brain Bar, the biggest European festival focusing on the future. The Bulgarian-born designer arrived in Budapest from her current headquarters