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design lubloy

Design | September 17, 2010 |

DesignLubloy
 
DesignLubloy is a designstudio which concentrates on usefull objects in glass, porcelain and ceramic. Zoltan Lubloy is the founder who finished his studies at Moholy-Nagy University of Art & Design Budapest and works as a freelancer in ceramic field & as a lecturer as well. His imagination can be described as a mixture of art & design, but all of his works has a special taste and glamorous look. As a porcelain designer he creates tablewares and home accesorries, he prefers high quality and uniqueness and some humour at the same time.
 
He creates the objects in small scale, like studio editions, so he produces in Hungary. Usually all object are maiden from porcelain or stoneware, because this quality last longer and this is a must in vessels for use.
 
Zoltan Lubloy is an up-coming tableware designer who creates tableware series for companies and unique art works for galleries and collectors. His works contain humor, dinamism and sense of style with organic influence. Now he starts his profession carreer in tabletop design. He likes to design object with non-usual shapes and interesting or simple patterns. In the future he would like to show a unique directory in tableware design.
 
To give a plus to the customers and find out innovative forms or decoration is a must in his opinion. He likes to handle objects like scupltures, because this attitude can give free way to the ideas. Functionality always is a restriction in this field. Artworks from him immediately recognizable, because humorous, organic, non-usual that can give huge potentional in the future.  His purpose to give different, better objects to the people to live a pleasant life.
 
Contact
Lublóy Zoltán
37 Szeremi Street Budapest
Hungary 1117
 
web: www.lubloy.hu
email: info@lubloy.hu

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