Benedict & Helfer office in the Goldberger factory
Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos (Tervhivatal)
Hungarian architects Zsanett Benedek along with Daniel Lakos of Tervhivatal have created an office in Budapest in the loft of the former textile factory named Goldberger by building boxes. The clients needed separate places for different kind of works. They refused the usual office buildings with plasterboard partitions and small rooms. They wanted something extraordinary. The space has been divided into smaller offices and meeting rooms using plaster-board boxes on steel frames. These boxes were slightly elevated and the spaces between the boxes serve the purpose of hallways. The boxes are either attached to the floor or are floating.Floors of the box-interiors are covered in grey linoleum. The floor of the entire hall is done in polished concrete.
Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky