The objects for my bachelor’s degree, completed at the College of Applied Arts in Budapest (now called Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design), were designed for Shakespeare’s Hamlet performed by the Petőfi Theatre in Veszprém. The objects include theatrical jewellery, swords, a crown, and even a suit of armour. I received many offers for work from theatres as a result, and I gained a lot of experience in this field.
For my master’s degree, in 1997, I made a modern four-poster architectonic bed for the guestroom of the Esterhazy Castle in Fertőd, which continues to function well to this day.
One of my most interesting works was a silver pen combined with ebony which I designed for the Signing Ceremony of the Accession Treaty related to Hungary’s accession to the European Community (now European Union).
1. Mennyezetes ágy rozsdamentes acél, bronz, textil 270x240x220 cm
5. Ágy helyszíni kép a fertődi kastélyban
2. Ágy részlet: Csóka formájú tőcsavar bronz 35x25x10 cm
3. Ágy részlet: oszlop csomópont bronz 14x14x24 cm