Betsson Group Budapest
The Gizella Steam Mill, which was built in the 1880s, was one of the most important buildings of the quarter labeled after mills in District IX, as it was one of the five operating mills in the neighborhood. The building had been functioning as private property until 1963, then under government control, and later on, operated as a storage building. Between 2007 and 2009, it was rebuilt into a loft condominium with offices and shops on the ground floor. Later on, the Betsson Group could move into one of these, too.
Having taken into consideration the ideas of the foreigner tenant (e.g. arrangements of the plan, image colors), we created the executing interior designs as well as the unique furniture designs of the office. We aimed at strengthening the loft atmosphere. The retained, small brick walls of rustic nature are added to the industrial impression of the black painted closing systems and accessories.