Rudolf Zubovics’s diploma work has been selected by the Hungarian Paralympic Committee

Date: 2022.10.12
In the spring semester of 2022, the Hungarian Paralympic Committee launched a call for entries for 3rd year Object Design BA students for designing the Paralympic Torch prize.

Rudolf Zubovics’s diploma work was selected as the winner of the competition. His supervisor was Zoltán Tóth. 

The completed Paralympic Torch prize was presented to the Hungarian Sports Journalist Journalists' Association at the gala celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Committee’s establishment. 


“The prize object was designed to provide a plastic representation of support. The basic shape stands for the dynamism and stability of the movement, while the sphere on the top represents the goal set. The pillars supporting and holding the sphere up high symbolise the supporting organisations or individuals that feed the Paralympic flame”, said Rudolf.  


The portrait film featuring him is available at  

Zubovics Rudolf   I  PARALIMPIAI LÁNG-DÍJ  portré 

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