Jurgen Bey interview

Date: 2022.05.09
Jurgen Bey, one of the big guns of contemporary Dutch design was back to the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design at the invitation of MOME MAG initiative to deliver a presentation.

The presentation described the concept of his Water School project in a creative exploration of the notions of learning, creation and community by focusing on water and the social implications of its use.   

After the presentation, several media outlets have made interviews with the world-famous designer who returned to MOME after a hiatus of 9 years.

For the interviews, visit: 

Architects’ Forum 

“What is important is the kind of culture we would like to live in” - conversation with Jurgen Bey  

Octogon Magazine 

„Good design requires a team” 

Hype and Hyper 

“I am interested in the overall picture” 

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