Product design student Fanni Csernátony's SEAbreeze is among the best 50 concepts of the Electolux Design Lab competition in 2013.
SEAbreeze is an indoor air quality control system. It works with seawater and provides clean, salty air, drinking water and a mild breeze in the room. SEAbreeze aims to clean the air from bacteria, dust, pollens and other unwanted, microscopic particles and it helps correcting the humidity level of the rooms.
Congratulations to Fanni!
If you would like to know more about :: animation film production :: development of an idea :: pitch technique :: how the European Animation industry works :: transmedial solutions :: building international relations :: or if you would simply like to work on your own project, then you should apply to the new course of Animations Sans Frontieres (ASF), which is lead by four leading European animation schools.
Application deadline: 31 May, 2013
For more information, please visit: animationsansfrontieres.eu
The French quarterly ZEBULE published 8 pages on Bence Bakonyi's "Dignity" photo-series. The article is available in French and English on ZEBULE's website.
Bence Bakonyi is one of the most successful photography students at MOME. In 2012, the Ludwig Museum – Museum for Contemporary Art in Budapest exhibited "Dignity" photo-series during the "XY – Human Dignity and the MOME Generation". In Costa Rica, FID International Festival showed his work and currently he is preparing his next exhibition in Shanghai, at Xuhui Art Museum.
Amongst many press appearances the most significant ones are the Hungarian ELLE and Octogon and in Shanghai Brand and China Life.
MOME student Attila Jónás received the BronzeA'Design Award with his Less Armchair at the A'Design Award and CompetitionBronze A'Design.
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The Fête de l'anim' is a yearly event, dedicated to the wide range of animation production: from short and long films, TV series to video games and digital arts.
In 2013, as always, the Fête de l'anim' offers a rich and diversified program aimed at all types of audiences: animation lovers, short films fans, digital arts amateurs, children and families...and of course animation students and professionals who will find dedicated meetings, networking events, masterclasses and conferences.
For the 9th edition of Fete de l'anim' (March 14-17) in Lille MOME was invited to screen these movies made by students:
During the festival 20 teams, composed of three people each, coming from 17 European animation schools, participated in an animation marathon. The task was to create 10 seconds of animation in 48 hours, based on an image designed by the Belgian animation director, Raoul Servais. The Hungarian participant were: Dániel Bárány, Krisztián Király and Milán Kopasz.
Here is a compilation of the works: Marathon de l'anim' 2013
Opening of the exhibition: 8 March, 7pm
The exhibition was opened by the creators of the Syntonyms installation, János Can Togay /head of CHB/, Gábor Kopek /rector of MOME/, and Prof. Joachim Sauter /UDK/.
The exhibition is open until 9 June, 2013.
For more info please visit www. syntonyms.com
Europe's Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design 2013 published as the supplement of the December issue of Domus listed MOME as the only Hungarian institution among the top 100 design schools in Europe.
Domus' back issue examines European institutions on the basis of their "curricular focus, pedagogical identity, and the type of educational environment that is fostered", as well as "collaborative networks, strong professors and exceptional student work".
Listed in the Product Design category, in the description of MOME the editors underline that the school's greatest attraction is its educational approach incorporating contemporary methods with traditional arts and crafts, while its strong focus on drawing gives students the skills necessary to move on to jobs in the future or continue their studies at other institutions. According to the publication of Domus "Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design is a well-rounded design institution that balances theory, practice and technical skills".