MOME Designer Maker students among the exhibitors of the Ambiente in Frankfurt

Date: 2023.02.20
The Frankfurt Ambiente, one of the largest consumer goods trade fair in Europe, featured items designed by our students in collaboration with ONYX Workshop.

The Ambiente design fair in Frankfurt took place between 3 and 7 February, also debuting the ceramic design students of the MOME Designer Maker MA programme involved in the MOME x ONYX project. MOME and ONYX Műhely’s joint design course was led by art director of the ONYX Creative Community Angéla Góg and ceramist and MOME teacher Edit Kondor DLA, and aimed to help students design contemporary servingware based on Gerbeaud Patisserie’s 164-year-old legacy. The process was aided by pastry chef of the Workshop Zsuzsanna Borsos.   

The resulting items explored contemporary dessert culture and the related serving culture. The following 9 exhibited objects also enjoyed great success at the exhibition:
 
Csenge Anna Berkes – Chocolate serving set 
Anna Budaházy – Rigó Jancsi 
Melinda Doktor – Brandy cherry chocolates  
József Kovács – Dobos cake  
Martina Kovács – Diplomat pudding   
Dóra Szilágyi – Cream puff   
Lea Anna Szolnoki – Zserbó petit four  
Ingrid Válint – Esterházy cake 
Dorottya Vértessy – Mignon 

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