Called Jewellerysense, the exhibition at G13 Gallery included pieces made from tropical wood, pierced and knotted together with colourful thread.
Vági also presented coiled bangles carved out from a single piece of wood and held in tension with metal pins.
Budapest Design Week took place 1-10 October.
Here's some more information from the organisers:
While organic materials, colours and forms influence our senses, we get a chance to discover objects and jewellery pieces that cross the boundaries of contemporary design, fine art and applied arts.
After finishing her studies in Italy, the young hungarian designer gained her Master's degree at the Royal College of Art in London in 2008.
Her works are on display in the most prestigious contemporary jewellery galleries across Europe and the United States.
The wearable artworks are exhibited in G13 Art Gallery, a contemporary and modern art gallery of international standards.
|Helga Mogensen and
|The Beauty of Nothingness
by Nicolas Cheng
|Secret Friend Family by
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- The Bradley timepiece for blind people p…roves inclusive design has wide appeal
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