Sustainability without contradictions – Réka Huszár and Lala Tóth’s mono-material collection

Date: 2022.05.24
There is hardly any brand or creator not engaged in exploring the subject of sustainability, which by now has become a core value for designers and also an essential selling point.

On the other hand, eco-conscious gestures are not always sincere or sufficiently thought through.
Réka Huszár and Lala Tóth employ an unusual set of tools as opposed to empty phrases to approach the subject. Their solutions are based on a sensible and real-life concept.

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