Creating a really tiny flat is always a challenge. However, checking the continuously increasing real estate prices there is a really big need for bringing out the most of all square meters and create great living conditions even in the smallest places.
Due to the stretchy program and the zigzag layout of a newly built apartment, we used a lot of tricks and hidden secret solutions designing its interior.
Bistro gathers an office area and a coffeehouse, in other words a workplace that is functional yet not strict. The top floor is dedicated to Lila Füge, a well-known Hungarian Food blogger with her office …
We turned this weird connection of spaces into a two-bedroom luxury studio flat downtown, with heavy postindustrial features. The original concept contained strong contrasts, consistent usage of materials and colours mixed with our favourites, white brick walls, copper and various shades of grey.
I always considered him as a role model, a hero, when it came to such impossible adventures like this apartment. No walls to keep us from each other, only spaces to connect us together, one refuge, one vibrant family home.
Our latest completed work is the transformation of the apartment of a Norwegian guy who began his studies in Budapest. The request included a living room – dining room – kitchen and a master bedroom with a bathroom