I am a Hungarian-born designer based in Scotland, mixing my background in both graphic and textile design to create products, surface pattern designs, and material and context research. My approach is multidisciplinary and holistic focusing both on the specifics of the end use and the wider context.


I’m inspired by the present: the Anthropocene, human-made environments and industrial materials and landscapes, logistics, transportation, construction and architecture; and also natural patterns found in outer space or under microscopes. I like to find order and beauty in things considered ugly or uninteresting, but my style is not always delicate, infact it’s often bold and rough – I like working with materials such as industrial quality jute or rusty metals.

Fashion & Textiles Design MA, Heriot-Watt University //2017


Graphic Design BA (Hons), University of Hertfordshire
(Interactive Design Institute) //2011


Product Designer in Light Industry Engineering BSc,
University of Óbuda, Budapest, Hungary //2010



New Lanark World Heritage, Textile Print Competition
First Prize //2018


The Textile Society,
Postgraduate Student Award //2017


Presitigious Textile Award (Bradford Design
Competition P2 category) Commendation // 2017


Visualising Corruption, Transparency International UK
2nd prize //2013


Prosperity Illustrated, World Prosperity Index
2nd prize //2013


The Conqueror Typographic Games
3rd prize //2012



Scottish Field Magazine – Winning design for New Lanark revealed
Textile Society – Events archive (2017 Postgraduate Student Awards)
Bradford Textile Society 2016/17 Archive
Transparency International UK Blog – Visualising Corruption Winners
444.hu (Hungarian) – Visualising Corruption poster
Typofonderie.com – (Conqueror Typographic Games)