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Construct: the collection dedicated to negative space. Space has an empirically perceived reality. The experience of space is a biological function, not a privilege. It is one of the kinds of human experience, accessible to everyone, the same way as color, sound and smell. I am looking for lines that intertwine, cross each other, parallel each other, raise up, bend or break. The negative space that opens up when angles, arcs and lines cross-sect each other and the relationship of these lines opens up new dimensions. But where will we find harmony in the space that is created by chance, or careful planning? What is open and what is empty? "What we know about space in general is really not appropriate to make it truly graspable, to give it a tangible reality." Moholy-Nagy: The Poetry of Space credits: photo: Sam Scott Schiavo, Daniel Halasz art direction: Ábris Gryllus makeup: Nancy Rado / Kata Szelepcsenyi hair: Bedő Puskás
About the Designer
Julia is based in Budapest, Hungary. She studied at MOME, University of Fine Arts Hungary and graduated in 2011. Her collections are produced in Hungary.
In 2010, Julia spent a semester in Copenhagen in the DKDS.
Julia graduated in MOME (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design) 2011 - my thesis collection called Unibody.
Julia is an accessories designer based in Budapest, Hungary. She has been studying clothes and accessories design for ten years now but these days shoe design is taking up the most major part of her life. She graduated with an MA from the Hungarian Design University (MOME)’s Fashion Department and her thesis project was awarded the Chancellor’s Distinguished Design Award. She also studied in Copenhagen, at the Danish Design School (DKDS). The experiences that she gained there have been an imprortant influence on her designs. Currently, she is enrolled in the DLA (Doctor of Liberal Arts) program at the Hungarian Design University (MOME).
Her goal is to create something long-lasting with her designs. The collections emphasize minimalism, which gives a timeless character to her works. Her collections are all produced in Hungary and they are 100% hand-made.