(1961-)  He studied glass design at the Hungarian Academy of Craft and Design in 1980-85. At first he went in for modelling hot glass, switching over to cold glass sculpture later. He creates his works by gluing coloured plate glass and mirrors, grinding, polishing and lustering with acid. His spatial compositions combine constructivist, geometrical and organic forms. His works won prestigious international prizes (i.e.: Kanazawa and Fujita prizes in Japan) and part of museum collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.