From Japan to Kecskemét – Dorottya Vértessy’s ceramics
Dorottya Vértessy is undoubtedly fluent in the language of ceramics.
Her portfolio features a contemporary fine dining serving set alongside a Zsolnay-style painted porcelain vase, a sushi dinner set with Japanese elegance and rustic fired ceramics. This is a selection from her portfolio.
How to make gastronomy truly sustainable? Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) and SALT Restaurant have reached a major milestone on the road to a circular culinary culture. Their collaborative research resulted in a new plate with zero environmental impact for the sustainable enjoyment of the best haute cuisine has to offer.
The works created by the latest generation of product design students of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), presented at the S/ALON BUDAPEST home trend fair on 22 to 24 September at the Budapest Arena all share a focus on the passion for the traditions of handcrafting, sustainability, innovation, and emotional connection. Uniquely in Hungary, the fair showcases the latest home decor trends, furniture, lighting solutions, flooring and wall coverings, home textiles, and accessories in extraordinary interiors, and is centered around the relationship of design and nature.