Attila 99 Loft
The interiors of the apartments are loft-style, with large open-plan spaces and large expanses of glass that deliberately expand the rooms. Light, airy, airy – with a touch of French and natural-feeling – the gallery apartments are designed with all the glass individually designed.
The 16 floor building has been renovated as a premium class A office building, which welcomes its guests and new tenants with a sunny and elegant lobby, a café, an 80-space garage and a surface parking lot, an important amenity.
One of the prides of DVM group’s integrated construction and architectural services is the new headquarters of British Petrol (bp), which won the “Sustainable Office of the Year” award in 2020 thanks to its environmentally conscious design and interior architecture. In the same year, DVM group won both “Contractor of the Year” and “Interior Designer of the Year”.
Debrecen – Airport design competition
The design competition called for a harmonious unity of buildings with different functionalities. Accordingly, designs for a terminal building, Pier and VIP building complexes, hangars and training base buildings, as well as other service halls were drawn up, for which the designers drew inspiration from the landscape and nature of the lowlands and the bird life of the Hortobágy.
The interior design concept, built on Deloitte’s brand values, is based on high quality, contemporary spirit, people-friendliness and user-friendly design. The brand elements are an integral part of the design, mixed with light woods and the fragmented bluish-green colours found in nature.
The location in Budapest, on Szervita Square, is also an outstanding location from a sustainability point of view, and was not only a requirement for the company’s brand value, but also to provide their employees with an inspiring, vibrant downtown environment that also encourages collaboration and creativity.
The wonderful turn-of-the-century atmosphere of the building is in harmony with the modern and environmentally conscious contemporary design. The balance of style and functionality is achieved in a value-creating way, which has earned the building LEED Gold and BEEAM Very Good sustainability certifications, drawing attention to the building’s economical running costs.
The result was a unified headquarters, consistently implemented on several levels, which perfectly combines Asian and Western elements in its style and contributes to employee wellbeing through its harmonious balance.
Ida Kiss, design director of DVM group, said of the work process, “Sustainability was a key element in the design, with the lettuce towers, the abundance of plants and natural materials being the most striking elements. We created attractive spaces where colleagues can feel at home and inspire collaborative thinking, while also providing opportunities for reflection and efficient working.”
The designers envisage that the towers of different heights (residential towers: 37.25 m, student hostel: 58.85 m) will enrich the urban landscape with their playful silhouette, becoming a symbol of the district.
The renewed interior design concept was co-produced by DVM group in collaboration with Dutch star architect Erick van Egeraat. Working together, the designers paid particular attention to the use of natural materials and finishes in an environment dominated by metal and glass.
ParkSide Offices is timelessly modern, flexible to the needs of its tenants, and offers its employees comfortable workspaces where design organically complements functionality.
The investment, tailored to the specific energy and mechanical needs of the building, has thus become one of the highest technical office buildings in the Váci út office corridor.
St’Andrea Wine & Sky Bar & Restaurant
The beautiful rooftop terrace of Budapest’s historic city centre is all about the love of life: fine wines, fabulous cocktails, light bar food, sunshine, live music, the Ferris wheel and the skyline of Gellért Hill – shining over the city.
A new cult spot in the centre of Budapest, waiting from morning till late at night for those who live the city life naturally. The owners of the restaurant have imagined a café atmosphere tailored to today’s needs, where cosiness, friends and business meetings play the leading role, with a cosmopolitan feel.
Occupying three floors of the Szervita Square office building, the new Signature centre has more than 300 premium workstations, furnished offices and a business club, covering a total area of 3,500 m2.
During the refurbishment, special attention was paid to preserving the typical Hungarian architecture of the 1970s. The entire camp area is accessible, with signposts with a unique infographic design to help you find your way around.
The client wanted a customised office environment that would reflect the company’s creativity and innovative approach, while inspiring staff. The resulting international interior design concept embodies their drive and ever-innovative spirit, reflecting their unique vision and dynamism.
During the renovation, special attention had to be paid to the observance of the rules of monument protection and the reconstruction of the original state. The art nouveau Miksa Róth glass windows, the striking red and white marble reliefs (the garlands are coated with shimmering gold smoke) and the floor mosaics with their tiny patterns are back in their original beauty.
W Budapest Hotel
The 151-room, five-star hotel, located on a UNESCO World Heritage site, has been renovated in accordance with strict heritage conservation standards and in full compliance with the relevant legislation. In an unprecedented way, the building combines the desire to preserve the past with the most modern design solutions to create perfect harmony.
Szervita Square Building
For the first time in the Central and Eastern European region, the Szervita Square Building has been awarded LEED Platinum V4 certification, a complex set of rules that incorporates a number of environmental processes. Both the design plans and the investment have won numerous prestigious professional awards.