Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design | Design Institute
Training product designers with the ability to interpret the world in a broader context, social sensitivity, and the skills to develop high-quality design concepts
From the 2023/24 academic year, the programme will only be available in English language. The training is problem-oriented and experimental, teaching students technical skills and design methods to help develop innovative solutions adapted to our highly changeable and complex environment.
The training is structured around the three basic methodological approaches of industrial design, experimental design and product and service design.
Besides the vehicle design programme with exceptionally high standards in regional comparison, if offers several other specialisation options, and, thanks to our partnerships with national and international companies and organisations, various internship opportunities. In addition to completing a product, students can also learn how to present their design approaches, research findings, concepts and products.
At the Best of MOME ‘23, this year’s top MA diploma projects from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design made their debut on 14 October at the Kastner Kommunity. The event highlighted the questions and issues that occupy the minds of the youngest generation of designers and the various design responses to them.
The works created by the latest generation of product design students of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), presented at the S/ALON BUDAPEST home trend fair on 22 to 24 September at the Budapest Arena all share a focus on the passion for the traditions of handcrafting, sustainability, innovation, and emotional connection. Uniquely in Hungary, the fair showcases the latest home decor trends, furniture, lighting solutions, flooring and wall coverings, home textiles, and accessories in extraordinary interiors, and is centered around the relationship of design and nature.
Where lies the future of product design – in creating unique collectible design items or developing products for serial production? What value do unique design products hold in today’s world? These are some of the questions MOME graduate product designer Dóra Becker will address in her talk coming up next.