Emese Stork
citizenship designer

 
She has a macro and strategic approach, unquenchable curiosity and a desire to understand how societies, cultures and economic systems interact and influence each other.





Emese graduated in 2021 from Interior Design at The Glasgow School of Art. She continues her studies in 2021/2022 on MDes Design Innovation and Citizenship.


MDes PROJECTS:

· Carism

· Permaculture Course



BA(Hons) PROJECTS:

· Museum of Ritual Life
· Berghaus Shop
· BitBot Engagement AI
· Vendoors Hostel
· Ludo


BA(Hons) DISSERTATION:


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CONTACT
emesecstork@gmail.com



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2019
working holiday // farmer’s market // backpackers’ subculture // hospitality

Vendoors




13 stalls, minimum of 48 guests - maximum of 100 guests


People are not getting rooms for money, but working hours.
I was mixing a farmers’ market with a hostel. People are not getting rooms for money, but working hours. Briefly, it’s the working farm holidays translated to the urban environment.

Potentially this could be a part of a working farm-holidays chain and supporting their business by providing a space to sell their goods in the city. In this case, the hostel guests are functioning as vendors and can mix with the citizencustomers. The city wins a farmers’ market with fresh products and interesting, foreign vendors with whom customers
can have a pleasant chat.




In my home country, Hungary,
farmers’ market open every day are embedded in the culture.

Shopping in a farmers’ market is a different experience than in a supermarket. Costumers love to collect
information about the food, the farm and circumstances in general.