Krisztián Ádám
master instructor
Designer Maker BA
master instructor
Jewellery and Metal Design MA
master instructor

He has been teaching art at the university since 2003. He heads design assignments, special courses and art camps in the jewellery design and metalwork programme, which is part of the object design programme.

Fields of education
object design


He is a metalwork designer who received the Ferenczy Noémi Award in 2011. He completed his higher education on the goldsmithing programme of the Hungarian University of Applied Arts (1997-2003) and the sculpture programme of Accademia di belle arti Carrara (2001). He has been a teacher at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design since 2003. First, he was the head the metalwork studio, then he became responsible for managing the design programmes in the designer maker department of the Design Institute. He was a founding member of and regular exhibitor at the Sterling Jewellery Gallery, which operated in Budapest between 2004 and 2013. Between 2007 and 2009, he was a Lajos Kozma Crafts and Applied Arts Scholar. He also works as an independent artist alongside his teaching. His works can be found in private collections and in the Museum of Applied Arts.

Awards, recognition

Ferenczy Noémi Award 2011


Sterling Gallery, Budapest

concept and realisation of a trophy

concept and realisation of a trophy

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9 Zugligeti St,
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