With a distinctive aesthetic, URBA has been associated with the interior design of many well-known places in Budapest. Márton Lengyel and Rita Vízkelety—who are a couple in real life and work—founded URBA more than five years ago. Initially, they were mostly known for designing restaurants and shops in the capital: Nanushka and the stores of Tisza shoe, Börze and Ramenka restaurants are all part of their repertoire. Today, they are much more established and collaborate more and more with renowned architectural studios on large-scale projects such as the Ministry of Agriculture with Archikon, or an embassy building with Földes Architects. They also undertake private architectural commissions, one of their current projects is the design of new stations for the HÉV (Budapest railway) with Építész Stúdió and more recently they have been also engaged in furniture design. The team has now grown to eight people, including a graphic designer, a designer and four architects.
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