They are receiving the attention of the international press, and their reputation grew to cross the borders of their homeland.
They exhibit their design creations in Mint gallery in London and also took a part in Tent London exhibition several times. Their latest furniture project “Haunted Lounge” was featured on Huffington Post and also Design Boom in 2014
Attila studied architecture and design and spent over ten years in the film industry as production designer. His museum, residential and commercial designs in Budapest are award-wining and have been featured in renowned international design magazines such as: Wallpaper, Domus, Wind, Damn, A10, Elledecor, Spa-de, AD, etc.
The design and furnishing of this interior represents just one of the areas the studio is covering, as its activity is wide and includes different aspects, from design to art, architecture and set design for cinema and opera.
Attila F. Kovacs, who spent a long time in Italy thanks to his activity as a scenographer, has an eclectic personality and a talented temper. He designed one of Budapest’s most moving sites called: Terror Haza Museum. It is a memorial building recalling with great effectiveness the history of Hungary during the 19 th Century, oppressed by two dreadful regimes.
Attila’s recent huge project is the new Holocaust museum in Budapest called : Sorsok Haza
Zsuzsa Megyesi begun as an art curator, lived in Berlin and Los Angeles where she worked for the cinema industry, then gradually became more and more involved with interior design and styling, after years of working for art and design magazines as design editor and interior stylist she became the art director of Stilus Magazine.
Using a sophisticated language, the two of them took care of the reconversion of what used to be a working environment into an elegant dwelling on the records of past ages in the middle a former weapon factory.
text by Chiara del Canto and A+Z design studio
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A+Z design studio – where A stands for Attila F. Kovacs and Z for Zsuzsa Megyesi, authors of this loft project in Budapest – represents one Hungary’s most interesting creative realities. They are receiving the attention of the international press, and their reputation grew to cross the borders of their homeland. They exhibit their design creations in Mint gallery in London and also took a part in Tent London exhibition several times. Their latest furniture project “Haunted Lounge” was...