This time, we want to introduce a designer who, in addition to creating breathtaking interior design plans, is also a true leader and team player. To quote his words: “I could have chosen the path of being in the spotlight and branding myself like Viktor Csap, the star architect.
However, it is very important for me to be surrounded by a good team.” This approach is realized in a spectacular way in the community of interior designer and design firm Studio Arkitekter, led by the architect. Viktor Csap and his team dressed countless restaurants, caterers, offices and apartments in the most frenetic designs.
We are proud that Viktor Csap's unique wallpaper designs can also add color to Melograno Muro's collections. His creations are not abdominal-like designs, as if someone, he certainly knows what kind of wallpaper is needed to give an interior the most brilliant look. This feat can be characterized by three terms: elegance, creativity, and timeless sight.
In addition to his instinctive sense of design, in addition to his most renowned Hungarian architecture universities, he also deppened his knowledge at one of Denmark's most prominent universities of architecture. His main source of inspiration comes from the world of fashion, where he monitors how colors and patterns interact. The consequences drawn here are translated flawlessly into the language of interior design; thus, it is possible that his designs look before us like an upscale fashion show.
However, he continues to strive to realize his visions within the framework of teamwork, focusing on the aspects of humanity, because in his view, human character is much more important than professional experience. As he puts it, “Nowhere have they been told that design makes up only thirty percent of our work. It includes thirty percent project management and forty percent psychology and communication. When I choose a new team member, I am not only interested in professional experience, but also in human terms, because, as I mentioned before, professional qualifications make up only thirty percent of our work.”