In the sixth district of Budapest we converted a TV repair shop into a cheesemaker’s shop.
At the owner’s request we created the work area in one common space around the grand conference room/executive office and we put the service area in the back.
On the conference room wall we hung a large print (6 m x 3 m) based on a prewar painting of Attila Sassy. The original art work is the property of the Kieselbach Gallery, which permitted the use of a blown-up print.
The interior is appointed with FLEXFORM sitting furniture and TECHO office furniture.
The custom-made suspended lights are the work of Kristóf Bedécs.
Architectural design: László Vincze, Péter Mozsár
Lights: Kristóf Bedécs
Custom furniture: János Sajben
Contractor: Paczolay Kft.