Architectural works

We look for the best answer to any question,
our buildings show that we love what we do

Interior design projects

We create lovable spaces
and build them with our professionals

Office projects

We design professional, inspiring office spaces
with great experience

Temporary installations

Unique pop-up creations for events:
special design, rational concept

architecture

We look for the best answer to any question, our buildings show that we love what we do

House with a porch in Máriamakk

Camouflage

Oblivion

Keltike

No.1 house

House in black and white

+ house

Snowplough

Monochrome house

interior

We create lovable spaces and build them with our professionals

Low key luxury in a historic house

Duplex apartment in downtown Budapest

Home for an active social life

Forms in Újbuda

Renewal of an apartment in Józsefváros

Károlyi Garden attic

Bachelor pad in downtown

Studio in Víziváros

Sunny home on the hill

Studio in Újlipótváros

Black and white

Panoramic views on Pozsonyi street

office

We design professional, inspiring office spaces with great experience

Vodafone headquarters reception

Office of international publishing company

Space plans

Ideas’ Farm

Edenred office

Mozinet headquarters

temporary

Unique pop-up creations for events: special design, rational concept

2K

Polygon

Cloud

Forest

about

Nanavízió is a Budapest based design and construction firm that was founded in 2010. Artistic conceptualization and precise engineering bear equal importance in their work methods. In their portfolio you can find 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 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.

Our fellow designers: Cecília Abigél Bartos, Beatrix Guld, Norbert Juhász, Bálint Somogyi, Barbara Talabér-Erőss, Katalin Tomaschek / Office manager: Judit Schanz
Press / off: Forbes / Chamber of Hungarian Architects’ Yearbook / Metszet Magazine / Octogon Deco / Octogon Magazine cover / Otthon Magazine cover
Press / on: architectforum.eu / octogon.hu / hg.hu / octogon.hu / epiteszforum.hu / homedesignator.hu / architectforum.eu / iroda.hu
Awards, nominations: Arany Penge award, 2015 / Mies van der Rohe Award nomination, 2016 / Media’s Architectural Prize nomination, 2015, 2016 / Piranesi Award nomination, Slovenia, 2017
Architectural competetions: Kecskemét Downtown ideas competition - honorable mention / Competition for a pavilion system at Normafa - honorable mention
Exhibitions: Piranesi Award, Slovenia, 2017 / Visegrad Four Family Houses travelling exhibition, 2016
Lectures: Corvinus University of Budapest / Architect Invasion, Sopron / For Example. New Polish House exhibition and lecture in Fuga / Pecha Kucha 45 / Pecha Kucha 50
Civil work: Hungarian Conpemporary Architecture Centre / Budapesti Architecture Film Days

Website development: Júlia Erő
GDPR (in Hungarian): here

Everything was better back then: click here to reach our previous, hand drawn website.