Interior design

As outwards the garden and the ambience cannot be separated from the building, inwards it is the interior that cannot be separated from the building. Our task is to harmonize the structure of the spaces, its cue with the building, and the procurer’s wish.

To work out spatial structures, to separate (or combine) the function, and to execute their cue could be done in many ways:  with light, with the right material, with the right fixtures and devices, with setting a sculpture into the right position, or with unique doors and windows, or with furniture. The harmonious upshot is the right combinations of these elements, bearing the home technology solutions in mind. In the course of our work, we suggest the involvement of arts and crafts artists to achieve unique looks.

How could dreams turn into reality? We make a draft plan based on the procurer’s ideas, which could include floor plan schemes, interior elevations, or visualizations. Why is there a need for the draft plan? In this stage of the design, it is decided how the wanted cue feels like and how the space could be utilized. The tender plan is based on this phase of planning, which includes technical drawings and plans, which are suited to make a price bid for them.

In the stage of the final constructing, every concrete structure, fitting, and case is specified. We make recommendations, based on the completed plans, which products should be built in. We provide assistance to the procurer in choosing the materials and other products.

During construction we support architect supervision, the goal of which is to control the effect of the plans. We suggest solutions if problems come up.

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Kaposvár family house 2012

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Duplex house on Városkúti road

During the planning the challenge was to optimize the two flats with the thin building plot and the adverse building location.


Kaposvár family house 2012

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Loft re-design on Rózsadomb

The exciting proportions of the space gave us the idea to design a library-corner above the wardrobe in the bedroom, which could be approached on a glass bridge.