DVM Group Strengthens With 2 New Directors


Tímea Fekete-Tóth

Integrated architectural and construction services provider DVM group is restructuring its design department. The company's managing partners have appointed Ákos Csécsei to head the architectural design department and Tímea Fekete-Tóth to lead the interior design department.

One of the largest design firms in Hungary has restructured its organization to respond to the increased architectural and professional needs of its national and international clients. The separation of the operating model not only brings a positive change in efficiency, but also provides the opportunity to offer more competitive proposals to property developers, investors and multinational companies.

Tímea Fekete-Tóth, interior design director, graduated as an architect from the Moholy-Nagy University of  Art and Design Budapest (MOME), where she received a diploma award in interior design, which also launched her career. Starting her career in industrial building design, during this 10-year period she experienced the intense workflow of large projects, while always striving to create human-centered spaces, even in an industrial environment, DVM group notes.

She holds a Master's Degree in Color Dynamics Engineering from Budapest University of Technology. Joining the DVM group in 2017, she has been actively involved in ground floor and interior design projects, with special projects such as the 20,000 sqm BP Budapest office, the WineHUB shop, and restaurant, the renewed guest areas of the Dr. Rose Private Hospital and the Steam Budapest restaurant on Szervita Square.

Ákos Csécsei

Ákos Csécsei, architectural design director, started his career in 2018 as a senior designer. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2005, and during his studies, he was able to spend two semesters as a member of the international team of renowned Spanish architectural firms RCR Arquitectes and Gras Architects, thanks to the Leonardo scholarship program. He later spent a year in London, where he further deepened his knowledge of contemporary, modern, international architecture. He acquired his architectural design and project management skills in well-known Hungarian architectural firms, during which time he was involved in the design and design support of cultural and community centers, sports facilities, office buildings, hotels and residential buildings.

During his more than five years with DVM group, he has been the primary manager of large-scale projects such as the complete renewal of Camp Erzsébet in Zánka, the construction planning of the Intercity Hotel Budapest, and his current projects include the comprehensive planning of the Monori Center, a large-scale development of the city district, and the company's first self-developed, designed and built project, the Andor Liget residential complex.

He is a founding member and president of the ÉK Association, a non-profit civil architectural organization, which has existed since 2006. Its objective is to help raise the standard of Hungarian architectural culture and to develop individual and collective creativity through its activities and services.  The association has won several Erasmus+ Challenge Prizes for its international projects. He is an active member of the Hungarian Chamber of Architects, the Association of Hungarian Architects and a lecturer in urbanism at his former university.

Ida Kiss, who has been leading the DVM group's design department for seven years, will remain with the company, focusing on international clients, relying on her outstanding knowledge of architecture, interior design, and sustainability.

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