Our Design Institute exhibited at the Stockholm Furniture Fair for the fourth time

Date: 2024.03.10
This year, the department successfully participated as an exhibitor at the well-known Swedish design fair in February, where the works of undergraduate and master's students were presented

During the several-day fair, there was an opportunity to build relationships and introduce the major, and the students could also receive feedback on their work in a high-quality professional environment.

The stand was created under the leadership of associate professor Péter Vető, with the assistance of alumni designers Dávid Salamon and Áron Lőrincz.

 Visitors could view 19 works by 19 students.

Exhibiting students:  
Csiby-Gindele Rebeka 
Dawson V. Viktória 
Fehérvári Panna 
Guthy Máté 
Hankó Eszter 
Kristóffy Róbert 
Lőrincz Áron 
Lukovics Flóra 
Mátravölgyi Zsófia 
Mrkobrad Nikola 
Racsmány Boldizsár 
Salamon Dávid 
Schillinger Laura 
Szilágyi Nóra 
Thamó Emese 
Timári Blanka 
Váradi Bence 
Wende Roberta 
Zala Zsófia 

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