an architect's interior design projects realized with the team of
Building Budapest Kft.
a short selection of the more than 100 realized interior design projects from the past 10 years
How does it work?
We follow with our clients the refurbishment of each apartment from the very first steps till the hand-over, when the first tenant has to bring only a suitcase to move in. We always start with the measurements of the property and give immediately a diagnose of its state, not only regarding the technical conditions, but seeing its potentials with possible refurbishment options and making suggestions how to get the best out of that specific space. We do the whole interior design planning: reorganizing the spaces, moving walls, creating new electric and plumbing systems layouts, make flooring, tiling plans, choose sanitaria and lamps, design custom made furniture and when asked choose also the soft furniture elements and decoration. As general contractors we not only follow the projects, but we actually build them with our team of professional workers and technicians.
I graduated as architect in 2011 at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Thanks to the Erasmus scholarship program I had the opportunity to study also at the University of Florence (2008), and work at the Pinna Viardo Architects’ Studio in Genoa, Italy (2009). These experiences inspired me to become also an Italian interpreter.
Since my graduation I work for the Building Budapest Kft., a family size contractor company specialized in delicate refurbishment projects in Budapest’s city center for clients from all over the world. During the past 11 years besides creating and building more than hundred of own interior design projects of apartments, some bars and private schools, we cooperated on projects with Hungarian, Italian and Canadian designers, architects. I take active part in the realization of all projects of the company such as full building refurbishments, historical façade renovations. Since 2015 I have also the technical supervisor entitlement from the Chamber of Hungarian Architects.