Design by MM Works Image by Attila Balogh
A nice modern villa situated on the hilly side of Budapest. Surprisingly this building was designed in two different style – both of them are quite cool I think. Other version coming soon. Design: MM Works
Working on a competition is a great and also a stressful task: Many fresh and new ideas on one hand, tight deadlines and hectically changing conceptions on the other.
It is always a great pleasure to work with David Long Architects (DLA). David is a passionate designer and architect and it as not a hard work to a make nice looking picture of his works. It was not different this time neither.
This one was an old design of mine – OK, together with some really talented colleges from MM Works architect studio – with some hope that one day it may be realized in real life. So it was high time to image how it would look as a finished interior. Hm, it would look cool […]
This time, we try to turn a – really very nice – design from the late 80’s into a little more up-to-date wine bar. (Wine bars are getting popular nowadays in Budapest.) It’s just a conception so no very much detail yet. Let’s hope that client will like it so we can go further… Design by Miklós […]
So we have some plans – nice but a little boring for some presentation purpose. With some Photoshop treatment, they can be better – some nice shadows and colours added to the original lines and hatches and Voila!
The point of this competition was to convert a bus/tram terminal into a cultural centre. The original terminal was a one-storeyed round building was built in 1944. Some additional areas had to be added so new levels must have been built/designed. Our entry was designed by Miklós Miltényi and Emese Virt added another circular levels […]