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TAME FURNITURE


The TAME series of ceramic seatings, table
and planter offers a refreshing variation to
mass-producted furnishings in refined,
functional sculptural pieces.
See the whole collection

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TAME FURNITURE


The TAME series of ceramic seatings, table
and planter offers a refreshing variation to
mass-producted furnishings in refined,
functional sculptural pieces.
See the whole collection

(STREET)FURNITURE

Street furniture, or indoor-outdoor objects that play functional roles in social space, pairs the refined effect of natural materials with sculptural gestures. The seating reminiscent of animal figures are complemented by public fountains, light fixtures, and spatial dividing walls.

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COVER

Her work retains its aesthetic emphasis even in the design of specialty functional claddings and finishes, such as acoustic tiles. Her award winning, patented acoustic finishes – the Adessys line – absorb or diffuse sound, for application in concert halls or home theatres alike.

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STOVE

In the design of individual, unique masonry heaters or hearths she does not create reproductions. Instead her work reflects strongly on its context, paraphrasing historical motifs and styles as required, drawing inspiration from time and place. Her work becomes a functional part of an interior, both aesthetically and practically.

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ART OBJECT

Her sculptures ground architecturally functional works in a theoretical and artistic tradition, demonstrating an object’s role in place making by displaying its particularities and the unusual qualities of its visuality.

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Porcelain

Tableware manufactured in short runs is made from high quality porcelain, as are the conceptual objects. Such is the Seeds of wisdom series: composed of two pieces that fit together, yet also fitting snugly in the hand, or the origami figures cast in porcelain.

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WATER FEATURE

She designs and produces fountains, drinking fountains, and sculptures incorporating water in collaboration with landscape architects as well as with water engineers. Her pieces and series often perform functional and environmental comfort roles: providing drinking water, light, or warmth.

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"Edit Szabo almost single-handedly confronted the challenges of planning, management and realization of the entire process. She created a solution which is adequate both in its form and function; the end product fits into the baroque historical space and assists the viewer in comprehending the baroque milieu."

Tamás Albert
architect, monuments protection specialist
http://epiteszforum.hu/albert-tamas

"Throughout the planning process of the Paulay garden, from the very first conceptual stage Edit Szabo has been a full member of the creative team; this enables the water feature to organically integrate into the space. The client’s impression was empowered / deepened by the fact that the statue cluster redefines the architectural space into an atmospheric place."

Dominika Tihanyi
Landscape architect, Újirány Tájépítész Kft.
http://ujirany.com/en

"Mackó, the bear became the emotional focus of the terrace upon arrival. On summer mornings when I walk out to have my coffee I just touch his warm, glossy, round back and everything feels alright."

Csaba Kelemen
architect, designer