Zoltán Tóth
master instructor
Designer Maker BA
master instructor

He has been teaching at MOME for more than ten years, mainly in design. He believes that the most important part of the design process is asking the right questions and finding the "best" answers. He works with jewellery, coins, awards and architecture.

Fields of education
object design


After obtaining his master's degree from MOME in 1998, he worked as a freelance designer. Between 2003 and 2006, he was awarded the Lajos Kozma Applied Arts Scholarship, and in 2012 he received the Noémi Ferenczy Award. The objects he has created are in the possession of the Museum of Applied Arts, the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asian Art and numerous private collectors. The National Bank of Hungary has commissioned him to design a large number of minted coins for circulation and he also creates large-scale public building sculptures for private individuals.
He regularly attends Hungarian and international contemporary jewellery exhibitions: Olga Biro (Munich) 2023 – Mámort!, Veszprém; "Secreto", Melting Point Valencia, Spain; Design without borders, Galeria Umelka, Bratislava, Budapest; Magical tale in grandfather's beard, Art Gallery Putti, Riga; Homo Faber Guide, Switzerland-Italy; Common Space – II National Salon of Industrial and Design Art, Budapest; Formes d'Hongrie exhibition, Disseny Hub Barcelona, Inhorgenta Munich.

Awards, recognition

Noémi Ferenczy Award 2012

National Association of Hungarian Artists Award 2009

Lajos Kozma Applied Arts Scholarship 2003

Member of the European
Network of
Higher Education Institutions
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