János Wagner built this downtown mansion at the end of the 19th century. It first served as an elegant shopping plaza called Paloma, then in 2014 became the home of Hungarian creatives. Today it provides space for young designers to display their work, and nearly 50 artists have small showrooms here.

Paloma’s designers create unique jewellery – such as creators like HAYKA – wood, Giranelli, Vadjutka and Moha design with its special concrete accessories. Repityke and MAKE design offer a wide range of trendsetting backpacks, while Pinkponilo’s workshops offer a glimpse into the world of fashion design. The products exhibited here can be bought as well – pop into any of the showrooms to browse the designer items.

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