Working on an interactive identity for the Austrian world expo pavilion in Dubai @bleed

Full project coming soon

A small contribution to my good friend Lukas Haider’s type project, on It’s Nice That ︎︎︎

Website for design studio HammerAlbrecht has been featured on Mindsparkle Mag ︎︎︎

Contribution to Slanted’s Europe issue @bleed_design

By referencing Henri Matisse’s Dance, and the legendary Eurodance disco banger of Alice DJ, ‘Better off alone’ it is a nostalgic tribute to Paneuropean cultural appropriation. 

We organised a workshop for a group BA design students at the Universidad the los Andes in Bogotá with Michelle Mildenberg with a goal to define, deconstruct a standardised design pattern and replace it with community motivated interactions.

A short recap and thoughts of the workshop is available here ︎︎︎

Wien Museum Online Collection 

Project coming soon @bleed

Identity for 3D visual artist and consultancy Lewis SCOTT

Project coming soon

Interactive identity for Pichler X Traupmann architects at Bleed

By creating a key visual and responsive grid system from the X in the architects name, I tried to extend architectural space to the browser window.

Launch website ︎︎︎

Redesigning one of Europe’s largest online ticketing system

I worked on the redesign of Online Ticket Shop︎︎︎ at studio de Ronners︎︎︎ in Rotterdam. With a design concept based on physical tickets I aimed to set the platform’s leading position and brand it as default for purchasing tickets. Turning the old physical format into widgets allowed to build an extendable user experience for both mobile and desktop devices.

Launch website ︎︎︎

Ongoing creative direction for dűlő restaurant

Located in the centre of my hometown in Miskolc (North East Hungary), dűlő is an artisan restaurant launched by my family, putting seasonality and local ingredients in the focus. We have long term goals in shaping the region’s cultural identity by giving space for new ideas built on local gastronomic traditions. Altough we started with clear objectives, the visual identity is an ever forming, open ended process. Being newcomer to hospitality, we try to not restrict ourselves to guidelines, but to leave space for experimenting and then to welcome feedbacks. In order to initiate the conversation we wanted the people to perceive and feel the whole space they are in, just as you they do with the food. Instead of using painted colours, the shades were done by whitewash with mixtures of copper or brick powder. Furnitures were handmade with the Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop︎︎︎ using materials specific for the region: oak, metal, and pine. All the ceramics were handcrafted and finished in a wood-fired kiln.