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Budapest, XII. 



The Felicita restaurant works with authentic Italian flavours and quality ingredients. The goal was to create a sufficiently eclectic mid-century style interior and a very homely atmosphere. Throughout the conceptual phase of the project, I felt as if I was just putting things in their designated place because the direction was clear from the beginning. There was no room for any gimmicky elements or "made-up" details. Everything was subordinated to the feeling that the space gave me. The light pouring in from the huge windows invited the hanging plants and the green marble tables gave way to wonderful complementary colours, and it was joyous to hang unique graphics on the wonderful wooden wall panels. The quality furniture and architectural elements designed by URBA provided the perfect basis for the vintage, stilnovo-style objects and the copper accessories. With delicately designed lamps and soft leather textures, the overall effect was achieved: as if the restaurant had always been there. My task was to design extensive decorations, coasters, serving and textile accessories, wall decorations, and carpets, as well as plan the vegetation, which Finecut Studio helped me with. The unique wall pictures were designed by the lovely Eszter Csontos graphic designer.

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