We look for the best answer to any question, our buildings show that we love what we do
Our buildings are characterized by both radical conceptuality and calm geometry
We design professional, inspiring office spaces with great experience
IFUA Horváth & Partners office
Krisztina Plaza reception
The OTP Bank branch of the future
Photel – Support Services Group, Budapest office
We create lovable spaces and build them with our professionals
Nanavízió is a Budapest based design and construction firm that was founded in 2010, today consisting of 12 team members. Artistic conceptualization and precise engineering bear equal importance in their work methods. In their portfolio you can find small public buildings, family homes, apartment renovations, professional office spaces as well as bold, eye-catching public installations and artistic yet functional furniture and accessories.
The founders, Nóra Pajer and Noémi Soltész met during their studies in Denmark. Their acquaintance quickly turned into a friendship and then into a professional partnership. Before founding Nanavízió, Nóra worked at a construction company for several years, and Noémi worked for an architectural design firm in Budapest. They both gained valuable experience during these years, and perfectionism became their habit. They soon realized that their diverse professional background is a useful asset in their architectural and interior design projects.
It’s not very common for a design firm to take part in the construction of their designs. Nanavízió is here to fill that market niche: their multi-talented team creates high quality exciting, modern spaces. Thanks to their selected team of solution-oriented professionals they are able to explore new directions and try new methods in architectural and interior design. That results in a colorful, unique portfolio where you can find their easily recognizable trademarks as well as their highly customized designs. Their trademarks make it easy to spot whenever Nanavízió had something to do with the design of a certain space or object.
Noémi is an architect, who graduated at Vitus Bering UC Denmark in 2004, then at Budapest University of Technology in 2008. She worked as an intern in the Budapest office of Erick van Egeraat and at Budapest based firm Sporaarchitects. She is a curator at KÉK - Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre and its film festival, the Budapest Architecture Film Days. She is also a board member at Izabella Street Gallery and the Street Art for Housewives Organization. When she is not busy at either of the aforementioned places, she can be found in various countries of Asia.
Former colleagues: Krisztina Bartha / Cecília Abigél Bartos / Dorottya Bujdosó / Anna Horváth / Norbert Juhász / Judit Micski / Dániel Oláh / Renáta Paunoch / Judit Schanz / Karolina Szin / Katalin Tomaschek / Bálint Tóth
Press / off: Hungarian Architecture 2010-2020 / Nők Lapja Interior / Octogon Deco interview – Focus / Octogon Magazine / Forbes / Archpop Magazine / Chamber of Hungarian Architects’ Yearbook / Metszet Magazine / Octogon Magazine cover / Octogon Deco / Otthon Magazine cover
Press / on: Where are you, girls? – Nanavízió x Éva Szombat—Women Quota / Marie Claire – Madame Bovary podcast / Tilos Radio – Építési terület / Here you are a "Tataian" – no matter which way you came / 10+1 – Noémi Soltész / Something old and something new, something borrowed, something blue – Vineyard in Pécsely / Each roof is a terrace in an Escher-inspired apartment building / Four Prisms, Zigzag and Tetris - Nanavízió’s winning proposal for an office building / Forty-two - Evenings at Hild Villa, interview with Noémi Soltész / 9° – Nanavízió’s house on Madárhegy / Community (color) dynamics. Szeglet community space by Nanavízió / Clash of the splotch and the square – Nanavízió’s entry to the nursery ideas competition / Forestay has set up its representative office in Bank Center / How to get the most out of a Budapest attic / Where geometry merges with economy / House in the tree crown / Minimalism in Budaliget / Fruit forest in the bedroom / Snowplough – pavilion system at Normafa / Scandinavia meets the Hungarian 70s / Studio in Viziváros / Fragmented container: 2K pop-up store / Mozinet headquarters
Awards, nominations: Pro Architectura Újbuda Award 2021 / Coworking Space of the Year Award, 2020 / Big See Interior Design Award, Slovenia, 2019 / Piranesi Award nomination, Slovenia, 2017 / Mies van der Rohe Award nomination, 2016 / Media’s Architectural Prize nomination, 2015, 2016 / Arany Penge award, 2015 /
Architectural competitions: Budapest Student City – Big Market Hall architectural design competition: honorable mention with special award, 2021 / Apartment building invited competition: Hanging gardens - winning proposal, 2020 / Office building invited competition: Four Prisms, Zigzag and Tetris - winning proposal, 2020 / Nursery ideas competition: Clash of the splotch and the square – honorable mention, 2020 / Competition for a pavilion system at Normafa: Snowplough – honorable mention, 2016 / Kecskemét Downtown ideas competition: Black pebbles – honorable mention, 2009
Exhibitions: Women Quota / FRONT - Architects next door, B32 Gallery & Culture Space, 2020 / Young Architects’ Generation, Association of Hungarian Architects, 2020 / Architectural Model Festival, Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre, 2019 / Piranesi Award, Piran, Slovenia, 2017 / Visegrad Four Family Houses travelling exhibition, 2016 / No one belongs here more than you – Table Society, Kunsthalle Budapest, 2011
Lectures: Girls' Day in BME Faculty of Architecture / Fuga 10, Maholnap / Renewal of community spaces, Corvinus University of Budapest / Architect Invasion, University of Sopron / For Example. New Polish House exhibition and lecture in Fuga / Pecha Kucha 45 / Pecha Kucha 50
Civil work: KÉK - Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre / Budapest Architecture Film Days
GDPR (in Hungarian): here
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