Four design diploma projects in the spirit of sustainability
BabKa ceramic stove
Martina Kovács, Ceramic Design MA, designed an alternative heating solution that answers the increased demand due to the energy crises and the need for environmentally conscious options: ‘BabKa” is an easy-to-assemble, cost-effective and eco-friendly ceramic stove.
Melinda Doktor, Ceramic Design MA, proposed ann concept for the future of food consumption. Her algae biofarm is a compact cultivation unit that covers the entire consumption cycle while also considering human scale, usage and ability to be integrated into urban environments.
Dóra Sziláyi, Ceramic Design MA, focused on biodesign, explores cultivated materials: her diploma work titled “MiConn” combines textile industry waste with mycelium, detailing the new composite material’s production process and potential application.
I Circle Back to Myself
Valentin Szarvas, Fashion and Textile Design MA, designed a collection under the guidance of Dóra Tomcsányi that structures a wardrobe around material and cut, exploring the topics of circularity, circular systems and sustainability as a process.
In the online edition of OCTOGON magazine, you can read more about 11 exciting diploma projects from our university.
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Maszkjaim | FRISS DIPLOMA
HairMemory | FRISS DIPLOMA
BabKa | FRISS DIPLOMA
Stelázsi | FRISS DIPLOMA
PADka | FRISS DIPLOMA
Wind Light | FRISS DIPLOMA
A jövő étkezése | FRISS DIPLOMA
ÖNMAGAMRA HAJLOK VISSZA | FRISS DIPLOMA
Technocraftism | FRISS DIPLOMA
Placemaking kit | FRISS DIPLOMA
MiConn | FRISS DIPLOMA