Posts Tagged ‘Hungary’

Fisli optika by Csiszer Design, Ajka – Hungary

May 31st, 2018

The space is wrapped in oakwood and it’s brightly illuminated providing warm and cosy ambiance. In order to maintain the airy atmosphere the furnishing was simplified as much as possible with custom-crafted furniture.

Hiya office by Csiszér Design, Budapest – Hungary

March 6th, 2018

The glass doors, with visual circuit pattern, make the reception open-plan with the rest of the office. By knocking down the wall and removing the old ceiling, the size of the floor space almost doubled and light came flooding in. We designed stray lights and adjustable lights, so the ceiling reflects light which creates the illusion of greater depth.

ÁERON Pop-up Store by 81font Architecture & Design, Budapest – Hungary

February 10th, 2018

As the store’s huge portal windows provide immense amount of light, the design team emphasized the natural aspect of the place by using only simple wooden structures, rattan furniture and placing a variety of plants in the store.

Bookline pop-up store by 81font Architecture & Design, Budapest – Hungary

February 5th, 2018

The temporary atmosphere of the store is manifested in the dominance of low cost and raw materials and the usage of simple structures, such as pallets and metal shelves fastened by ratchet straps.

Skanska Office by LAB5 Architects, Budapest – Hungary

February 2nd, 2018

The heart of the office is the great meeting area, where all colleagues can sit down together at the gatherings held on a weekly basis, for discussions or presentations and even for creative talks. Outside those busy hours these surfaces become flexible, non-traditional working areas.

TAULA Flower Essential Oil (Concept) by Krisztina Németh, Budapest – Hungary

August 12th, 2017


The package’s contemporary, elegant and traditional style reflects the present use of oils, which perfectly works as an interior design accesory at the same time.

TOKIO Sushi Bar and Restaurant by Studio Arkitekter, Budapest – Hungary

August 12th, 2017


The fashion: like in a fashion street, bent neon lights, geometrical wall decorations and a robotic panel as a pillar, take place in the restaurant.

Just Decoration installation by kissmiklos, Budapest – Hungary

May 30th, 2017

The dummy tags function as mere decoration, but the artist hid a few real price tags among them some lucky visitors can win a real product with Just Decoration is a fictive brand. The installation is a symbolic game of art that playfully holds a mirror to the human obsession with decoration and appearance.

Pheresis Center by Csiszer Design, Székesfehérvár – Hungary

March 31st, 2017

Although the serious hygienic demands applied significant restrictions, with the assistance of colours and shapes a much friendlier, more playful interior could be created.

Chocolate Brown Solarium by Csiszér Design, Szombathely – Hungary

February 13th, 2017

Summerly mood, cheerful colors. This concept was followed at the design of the solarium. Lighting and colors are in harmony with special plexiglass solutions. The colorful separating panels bring to life the shades of the Pantone color chart.

Hotel Dombóvár by Csiszér Design, Dombóvár – Hungary

January 23rd, 2017

The long bar along the side ends up in a reception area. A separate dining room was shaped up with exclusive wallpaper design and lighting elements. Regarding the colours and tones dark flooring and light pastel were designed. The ceiling got an interesting pattern round with built-in LED solution.

Wink store by Miklos Kiss, Budapest – Hungary

January 7th, 2017

As we enter the shop, we are met with an imposing chandelier created from shoe lasts – the most important element of shoe production. From the design aspect this shop was meant to be a flagship prototype for Wink’s new brand image. Wink’s classic white and blue color combinations were retained to generate a continuity in the brand’s history.

KODAK Lens Store by Csiszer Design, Gyõr – Hungary

December 15th, 2016


The vivid, cheerful colors and simple shapes land an attractive look and friendly feel to the installation of each KODAK Lens stores.

Multicontact Consulting Office by LEVEL UP Office Design, Budapest – Hungary

December 13th, 2016



The aim was to create a powerful arriving experience and to give the meeting rooms as well as the open office a welcoming sensation. For this reason a geometric reception desk with unique lighting was installed between the symmetrical office wings.

Hortonworks offices by GASPARBONTA, Budapest – Hungary

November 8th, 2016

We went on with our original concept, to create an open, playful, welcoming environment for all employees, something like an “adult playground”, just like last year, only with different tools. We use simple colors on big surfaces, red, green, blue – the same colors our monitors use to generate every color.

Tunnel installation by Hello Wood, Budapest – Hungary

October 31st, 2016

The entrance is the symbol of the spirit of the events of 1956: the Hungarian flag with a hole in the middle, meanwhile the exit of the tunnel is the national symbol of Canada, the maple leaf, symbolizing the journey of Hungarian refugees.

SCHATZI dress&bar by Ádám Bajor & Áron Filkey, Budapest – Hungary

August 17th, 2016

SCHATZI not only dresses you up but also helps you relax with community and cultural events. We provide appearance opportunity and space for beloved artists to exhibit and other times the place transforms into a dance floor with a DJ, where our friends offer the latest music at the so-called ‘Minidisco’ houseparties.

Trend Optik by Csiszér Design, Sopron – Hungary

July 29th, 2016

The long and dominant but still simple desk helps serving nice and neat. The counter at the back is right opposite the entrance. Darkish tones of the wall and accessories with wood and pleasant lighting make the look complex.

Gerber Eyewear Store by Csiszér Design, Dombóvár – Hungary

July 19th, 2016

Gerber Eyewear Store by Csiszér Design, Dombóvár – Hungary

Sole Optika by Csiszér Design, Körmend – Hungary

June 17th, 2016

Minimal colours and circle forms were designed in the parlour. White high gloss furniture elements and silver geometric wallpaper turn up with popping colours of blue and orange chairs.