In 2016, Anita Boldog, founding designer of AB concrete design, was among the winners of the Moholy-Nagy László Design Scholarship.
The prize was founded in 1989 with the aim of assisting the development of domestic design culture, supporting the professional work of designers and providing them with a bidding opportunity.
During the 30 years of Moholy-Nagy Design Scholarship Program more than 100 young Hungarian designers have been given the opportunity to develop their talents.
Over the years, more and more industrial, industry involvement decision-makers have provided real-world future opportunities for prizes and projects. Every year the scholarship will be awarded by a professional jury. The award is a real milestone in the worklife of young Hungarian designers, which is well illustrated by the overwhelming overstatement.
Anita applied for the scholarship with the least-respected design objects, the branded partner gifts.
The inspirational source of the series (among others) is the brutal architecture that was popular in the 50s and 60s, and is now has a second blossom. This style is typically composed of geometric, architectural elements, summing up the masses of buildings and high-rise buildings.
The exhibition was open on March 30, 2017 at the Contemporary Architecture Center. The opening of the exhibition was organized with the cooperation of the Hungarian Design Council and MOME+ (incubation project of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design). The young scholars presented their work in presentations, while during the roundtable discussions topics such as the incubation potential of the scholarship program and the results of the research have been discussed.
Photo: Milán Rácmolnár