Este’r partners presents its latest catalog: Hungarian Design 35

Este’r partners interior design studio has continued its series of design catalogs, this time presenting the best of Hungarian design in a special online selection. The aim of the designers who created the catalog was to show the wide range of high-quality, authentic Hungarian products and artworks that interior designers can choose from.

The catalog will soon be available in Hungarian as well as in English, so that este’r partners’ extensive international network of partners can also get to know the work of the most successful Hungarian designers. The launch of the catalog took place on 19 November in Szentendre, in the studio of este’r partners, celebrating it with a wonderful champagne breakfast.

“Our latest collection, Hungarian Design 35, was born to collect, recommend and bring together the talent, creativity and uniqueness of Hungarian designers we know,” says interior designer Eszter Radnóczy, owner and chief designer of este’r partners. “This selection is a glimpse of the rich, courageous and increasingly successful works of Hungarian designers; as interior designers and architects, we are happy to work with all of them and represent them not only in Hungary but also in our international projects. We believe that the world of interior design is driven by personal relationships, recommendations, encounters, and by real human values. We would like to contribute to this by not only presenting the works of art, lamps, furniture, ceramics or textiles on a shared platform, but also by bringing together the unique creators behind the Hungarian brands.”

The catalog has selected the best pieces by lamp designers, textile designers, ceramicists and furniture designers, among others, in a single volume, with names such as HelloWood, Adamlamp, PaperUP, Error ‘n more, Dreaming Threads or the creations of Ági Franta, Komok and Komonka.


The catalog is available via:

Magyar Design 35 – esterpartners


Este’r partners team:

Eszter Radnóczy, Fanni Gyurics and Márk Gelley