2022 | Budapest | 430 m²
Interior Architects: Krisztina Soós, Tamás Szén Molnár
Photo: Gergő Gosztom, Photo stylist: Barbara Borbényi
The house originally consisted of dark, labyrinthine spaces, which made it clear to us that we wanted to design light and clean spaces.We got to know our client's lifestyle and discussed the details they liked in their old home, and what they would like to change. It was important to our client that their children, who are young now, would have a room on the same floor as the parents' suite, but that in the future it would be possible to give the children separate rooms and the parents could move to another floor. To make the building lighter, we had to make significant architectural changes: we broke through the ceiling between the two floors to create an imposing atrium in the middle, where we hung a custom-made lighting system.