Kígyó is an advanced transportation system for the city of Budapest. The snake forms a K in a way that mimics how the Danube River divides the city into ‘Buda’ and ‘Pest’.
While the concept is strong, my execution skills as a young designer were not up to par with my ability to deliberate. Since completing the initial project in 2015, each year I revisit Kígyó, and refine the solutions I’ve previously made. Kígyó serves as a reminder that everything gets better through iteration.
Kígyó represents a new beginning.