My name is Lajos Tanczos. I am an independent interior designer who has studied at KLC School of Design in London having experience in residential, commercial and furniture design. I always start projects with design analysis, then develop the concept and then the plans. In addition to technical drawings, I always show my design ideas in 3D visuals. I am happy to do sourcing of materials, window treatment and develop lighting plans. I have experience in project management, including budget management. Whether it is a small task to choose a curtain or a bigger project, feel free to contact me.
I have won an award (runner-up) at the Cole & Son competition where I have creatively used wallpapers in the underground. My recent projects included a refurbishment of an apartment in Budapest, a young couple's home in Brussels and a kid's room conversion in Belgium.
This residential project has been completed recently in the buzzing heart of the Hungarian capital, Budapest in order to be let out long-term. During the full refurbishment a traditional one-bedroom apartment was transformed into a three-bedroom family home with a separated unit for guests. Converting the unused spaces into functional ones and creating mezzanines the living and entertaining space has been significantly increased.
During this residential project a small rented apartment in Brussels was transformed into a cosy home for a young couple. The inspiration of "Pure Essence" was originated from their roots from Italy and their world trips. Due to the limitation of a rented property, only temporary design elements were used in the bedroom, dining room and living room. The original layout was changed to maximise the natural light in the living room.
This room conversion was requested by a young teenager, changing his room from playroom to a space that represents him better. Loving nature, modern lines and requesting cosiness, the new room had to respond to all of these requirements. The colour scheme is based on earthy, natural colours and it creates a warm feeling. New practical elements for studying are combined with recycled furniture with clever updates like the wallpapered cupboard.
This study project was about redesigning the Great Arch Hall of the Somerset House in London with a reception desk, a bar and exhibition area. Threre is also an area to explore interesting objects linked to art to give an introduction to the museum and make the space one where visitors are happy to spend time. The project focused on using innovative materials, like Orto Living Covering (Ivanka, Hungary) or Luminoso, the lighting wood (Austria).
This commercial and residential project aimed at designing a permanent living space for a high-end designer including a living space, a working and an exhibition area. The concept used was Sensorium, representing the idea of discovering yachting through your senses in the building. The modern, innovative style fits well with the characteristics of the chosen yacht designer using the idea of a virtual showroom.
This project included planning a creative two-storey office space for an animation film production agency for 19 people. The concept was 'Adaptation', visually represented by a chameleon. The space can be adapted to the actual requirements of creatives working at the agency, be different depending on the projects they have, as spaces and furniture can be flexibly configured. A key furniture item used was the GAIA innovative workspace (EFG, Sweden).