MOLNÁR ANI GALLERY

MOLNÁR ANI GALERY

Budapest I design planning I 2023

A leading figure in Budapest’s contemporary galleries, Annamária Molnár celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of her brand with the opening of a new contemporary exhibition space. The am projects. space will host micro-exhibitions, with a focus on young designers and women artists. The playfulness of the space is given by folded details evoking origami shapes, while upstairs, a three-seater workstation and a small kitchen help to provide comfort. The exhibition space is a blank canvas: contemporary art brings it to life.

* este’r partners is the archtectural and interior design brand of Sani-World Ltd.

Our Hungarian and international portfolio consists of wide-ranging architectural and interior design works which, upon request, are executed by our team. Our activities cover residential and corporate commissions. Besides flats, lofts and houses our portfolio is formed of the reconstruction works of heritage buildings and castles as well.

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KIESELBACH GALLERY

KIESELBACH ART GALLERY AND AUCTION HOUSE

Budapest I execution I 2013

The Kieselbach Gallery and Auction House is the Hungarian leader in international and Hungarian art trade. The Gallery focuses on 19-20 century modern Hungarian paintings and works from outstanding masters from previuos centuries. International art, photography and contemporary art are also in their professional profile. Reconstructing the Gallery in the historicist building meant a wonderful task for the este’r partners architecture, interior design and construction office. Preserving the historic qualities and equally serving modern time functions through technical solutions was a complex challenge.

GRAVITY BREWING

GRAVITY BREWING

Budapest I design concept I 2022

Our English-backed client has opened a craft distillery and tasting gallery called Gravity Brewing in downtown Budapest. Este’r partners are responsible for the interior design of the communal spaces and spectacular tasting room in the historic corner building. Mutina design brick decorative elements create an exciting focal point in the space, with a wooden bar top topped by a wooden ceiling made of glazed brick assembled from elements. Gravity’s logo is also featured on the flooring, reinforcing the brand’s image. The industrial-style gallery is accessed by a designer staircase and features a unique wall covering on the gallery wall. Upstairs is a relaxed tasting room, a great place for social tastings or groups. A real highlight of the interior is David Groppi’s designer lamp.

VAGHEGGI

VAGHEGGI

Budapest I design concept I 2022

Este’r partners designed the interior solutions for the Hungarian showroom of the Verona-based beauty brand Vagheggi. The 300 square metre showroom will include a training room, a community area, a kitchen and service areas.

The concept of the showroom follows the Italian company’s corporate identity, which was developed by WEA Group – este’r partners was responsible for the design of the additional functions, graphic solutions, the execution design and project management.

The communal kitchen has beautiful curved shapes throughout. The feminine, soft atmosphere is further softened by the illuminated leaf pattern on the ceiling. The walls will feature a design wallpaper by Italian company Affreschi on one wall and a special mottled wall paint by Wallpaint on the other. The atmosphere is further enhanced by modern furnishings. The space is characterised by a sophisticated mix of powder colours and green.

GOODSPIRIT WHISKEY SHOP

GOODSPIRIT WHISKY SHOP

Budapest I execution I 2016

The GoodSpirit Whisky Shop has opened in 2008 and moved to its curent place in 2016. We took an active role in the interior design and construction works of the shop and also the bar linked to it. The wide product range of the shop come from over the world, they are placed on the oak shelves that are running zigzagged in the space. The joy of shopping is enriched by the uniquely designed carpet that is inspired by the Scotland frame patterns, the displays made out of old oak barrels and the original raw brick wall that emerges some places of the shop.

Photo: Pal Tamas