Every day, Kultúrgorilla is opening a new window
into a more responsible, greener world in front of the Zipernowsky Studio on
Bartók Béla Boulevard, so that passers-by can
encounter a new social enterprise and socially aware designer product this
The Advent for Good exhibition will display works by underprivileged artists, as well as sustainable products made from locally sourced ingredients. Reusable food packaging, eco-conscious children’s toys, body-positive menstrual products and zero-waste bags all feature.
The installation was designed by Studio Nomad and de_form, symbolising a more selfless, conscious, clean and sensible world, with two essential factors in mind – design and creativity. Kultúrgorilla also wanted to create an event in the holiday spirit that is fully accessible and safe for all during the pandemic.
Exhibitors include Misija with products made by the physically challenged, Eperfa with designs made from damaged trees in the Pilis Park Forest, as well as Maacraft, Botanika, this is Redy and the social-design research group of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME).