Tamas Szen Molnar

Interior Designer & Decorator • Budapest, und, Hungary

www.szenmolnar.com

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bathroom - Tamas Szen Molnar

bathroom

• mosaic • sight • marble • glass

Lake Balaton villa
Apartment in Buda - Tamas Szen Molnar

Apartment in Buda

bb italia • zaha hadid • oak wood • panorama • budapest • bachelor apartment • living room

While the apartment was under construction the bachelor who owns the place fell in love with the large uninterrupted space, but he also wanted to be able to separate the traditional functions. Maintaining large spaces and separating rooms at the same time required a mobile solution. This bachelor pad has 2 more special features: the amazing panorama and the fact that the sun goes around in the space. These also led to unique interior design solutions. A plan organized around the center serves the open space, which can be broken up by the hidden sliding doors. The one-piece large laminam surface and the built-in storage furniture that almost becomes one with the structure of the building open the space up even more. Beside the sliding doors other surfaces also help the separation of functions. The glossy, painted MDF front of the the kitchen, the oak surfaces in the living room / bedroom and the dark leather textile surface of the wardrobe and bathroom all reflect on each other. Combining the hidden technical lamps and the various other light sources lets us create the lighting conditions that best suit the occasion. The pieces of furniture in the open space are almost like statues, therefore, their exciting shapes are highlighted from all angles.
executive office - Tamas Szen Molnar

executive office

• leather • wood • meeting room • kitchen

I was assigned with the task of turning an elegant Budapest downtown flat into an office space for business and personal use, where the old classical milieu revives with new contemporary elements. This space with a great ceiling height features richly decorated frames for doors and windows as well as beautiful door handles and hinges. In such an assignment the most important things are to recognize, keep and – if necessary – restore the values, to adapt to the given dimensions and to integrate the new functions. This flat already had great rhythm so anything new could be integrated only very carefully. This special environment required certain elegance and nobility which I wanted to infuse with a modern approach. It was very interesting for me how a playful contrast can emerge as a result of mixing different styles. The remnants of the old world gained new functions with the appearance of modern design elements. I used this concept of recalibration in choosing materials and forms, therefore, through matching different styles the space gained a unique atmosphere. For example the decorated old doorframe aligns with an acid-etched glass panel in front of a bronze sheet which surrounds a kitchen. Simple, clean-cut stone counters, stone tables, textured MDF panels, copper sheet fronts or the door and desk with leather finish infuse contrast in a classical interior. Everything at its creation was new and possibly progressive. Why would we want to recreate the same old? This doesn’t mean the old should be destroyed but it could be reinterpreted when placed in a new context.
Private residence in Budapest - Tamas Szen Molnar

Private residence in Budapest

bedroom • copper • warderobe • flos • wood

Private residence for the bachelor.
Modern house - Tamas Szen Molnar

Modern house

• wood • nut • marble • pool

House for family
Downtown studio - Tamas Szen Molnar

Downtown studio

box in the room • flos light • foscarini light • browns / naturals • budapest • livingroom • smart interior

Studio apartment with high interior and cube serving as bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and dining room all at the same time.
Private residence in Budapest - Tamas Szen Molnar

Private residence in Budapest

• living room • tv • sofa • light

Private residence for the bachelor.
Studio in Óbuda - Tamas Szen Molnar

Studio in Óbuda

glass • glossy • mirror • green • browns / naturals • budapest • hungary • europe

Cow hair, glass, metal surfaces in a small studio in Óbuda, Budapest
Rathaus Restaurant & Café - Tamas Szen Molnar

Rathaus Restaurant & Café

• marble • mirror • bar • restaurant

Bar, club and restaurant
Dining room in Sydney - Tamas Szen Molnar

Dining room in Sydney

• bay • sydney • sight • dining

Amazing panorama in Sydney from the house
Modern House - Tamas Szen Molnar

Modern House

• wood • sun • country

House for family
Private residence in Budapest - Tamas Szen Molnar

Private residence in Budapest

kitchen • glass • rug • floor

Private residence for the bachelor.
Playground with comfort facilities - Tamas Szen Molnar

Playground with comfort facilities

slide • playground • toys • toilet • washbasin

A playground building with slides and a group of toys designed for it housing a washbasin, a diaper changer table and a toilet.
executive office - Tamas Szen Molnar

executive office

copper • contemporary • wood • metal • leather

I was assigned with the task of turning an elegant Budapest downtown flat into an office space for business and personal use, where the old classical milieu revives with new contemporary elements. This space with a great ceiling height features richly decorated frames for doors and windows as well as beautiful door handles and hinges. In such an assignment the most important things are to recognize, keep and – if necessary – restore the values, to adapt to the given dimensions and to integrate the new functions. This flat already had great rhythm so anything new could be integrated only very carefully. This special environment required certain elegance and nobility which I wanted to infuse with a modern approach. It was very interesting for me how a playful contrast can emerge as a result of mixing different styles. The remnants of the old world gained new functions with the appearance of modern design elements. I used this concept of recalibration in choosing materials and forms, therefore, through matching different styles the space gained a unique atmosphere. For example the decorated old doorframe aligns with an acid-etched glass panel in front of a bronze sheet which surrounds a kitchen. Simple, clean-cut stone counters, stone tables, textured MDF panels, copper sheet fronts or the door and desk with leather finish infuse contrast in a classical interior. Everything at its creation was new and possibly progressive. Why would we want to recreate the same old? This doesn’t mean the old should be destroyed but it could be reinterpreted when placed in a new context.
Modern house - Tamas Szen Molnar

Modern house

wood • sun • country • tv • living room

House for family
Executive office - Tamas Szen Molnar

Executive office

leather • wallnut • flos light • office • window • greys / blacks

I was assigned with the task of turning an elegant Budapest downtown flat into an office space for business and personal use, where the old classical milieu revives with new contemporary elements. This space with a great ceiling height features richly decorated frames for doors and windows as well as beautiful door handles and hinges. In such an assignment the most important things are to recognize, keep and – if necessary – restore the values, to adapt to the given dimensions and to integrate the new functions. This flat already had great rhythm so anything new could be integrated only very carefully. This special environment required certain elegance and nobility which I wanted to infuse with a modern approach. It was very interesting for me how a playful contrast can emerge as a result of mixing different styles. The remnants of the old world gained new functions with the appearance of modern design elements. I used this concept of recalibration in choosing materials and forms, therefore, through matching different styles the space gained a unique atmosphere. For example the decorated old doorframe aligns with an acid-etched glass panel in front of a bronze sheet which surrounds a kitchen. Simple, clean-cut stone counters, stone tables, textured MDF panels, copper sheet fronts or the door and desk with leather finish infuse contrast in a classical interior. Everything at its creation was new and possibly progressive. Why would we want to recreate the same old? This doesn’t mean the old should be destroyed but it could be reinterpreted when placed in a new context.
Office in Budapest - Tamas Szen Molnar

Office in Budapest

marble • browns / naturals • vitra • vibia cosmos • meeting room

This 500 m² office building we have designed will be ready soon in the Pasarét neighbourhood of Budapest.
meeting room in office building - Tamas Szen Molnar

meeting room in office building

marble • vitra • oak • glass wall • tv

This 500 m² office building we have designed will be ready soon in the Pasarét neighbourhood of Budapest.
meeting room in office building - Tamas Szen Molnar

meeting room in office building

marble • vitra • vibia • oak • glass wall

This 500 m² office building we have designed will be ready soon in the Pasarét neighbourhood of Budapest.
Reception in office building - Tamas Szen Molnar

Reception in office building

marble • vitra • kaza concrete • oak • vibia lights

This 500 m² office building we have designed will be ready soon in the Pasarét neighbourhood of Budapest.
office view - Tamas Szen Molnar

office view

paola lenti • artemide • vitra • glass wall • marble

This 500 m² office building we have designed will be ready soon in the Pasarét neighbourhood of Budapest.
bar in office building - Tamas Szen Molnar

bar in office building

b&b italia • vibia • sliding door • frosted glass • mirror

This 500 m² office building we have designed will be ready soon in the Pasarét neighbourhood of Budapest.
bar in office building - Tamas Szen Molnar

bar in office building

marble • browns / naturals • b&b italia • vibia lights • wine cooler

This 500 m² office building we have designed will be ready soon in the Pasarét neighbourhood of Budapest.
Bathroom - Tamas Szen Molnar

Bathroom

wallnut • greys/browns • mirrors • circle mirror • marble washbasin • standalone bathtube

Bathroom on the hill
Kitchen bar - Tamas Szen Molnar

Kitchen bar

bar • kitchen • glossy • black • oak • magis chair

Kitchen bar
Bathroom - Tamas Szen Molnar

Bathroom

wallnut • browns / naturals • mirror • marble sink • panorama • seeing from the bathroom

Bathroom on the hill

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