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Betsson Group Budapest

Built during the 1880s, Gizella Steam Mill was an important building of the quarter that was named after mills in District 9, and it was one of the five mills operating in the area. The building was privately owned until 1963, when it was nationalized, later functioning as a warehouse. It was converted into a loft apartment complex between 2007 and 2009, with offices and stores on the ground floor, where Betsson Group could also move into at a later point.

We took into account the ideas of the foreign tenant (e.g. the layout, the image colors) when preparing the plans for interior design and the custom-made furniture plans for the office. We wanted to reinforce the loft atmosphere. The rustic nature of the small brick walls that were kept is complemented by the industrial effect of the black doors, windows, and accessories.

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