Architectural and general design

In line with our philosophy, we coordinate the entire process from the first sketches to the working drawings of individual projects, with the participation of specialist designers.

Our office's broad portfolio, appropriate infrastructure and established working methods, not to mention a string of satisfied clients, ensure the right results for new clients.


Specialist designers:

EXON2000 Ltd - structural design

Kalmár Mérnökiroda Ltd - structural design

HANO-PLAN Ltd - building services engineering

Oltvai Gépész Stúdió Ltd - building services engineering

PROVILL Ltd - electrical equipment

Fireeng Ltd - fire protection

RDS Ltd - interior design

LAND-A Ltd - environmental planning.

S-73 Ltd - environmental planning


GÉM Kft Ltd - public utility design

Bartherv Ltd - public utility design

Közlekedés Ltd - road and traffic engineering design

GULIT Bt - road and traffic engineering design

MAKROLIÁN Ltd - lift design

ADECO Ltd - construction details

Arató Ltd - acoustic design

VIBROCOMP Ltd - environmental protection

MNMI Ltd - building survey


BIM-based design

BIM (Building Information Modelling/Management) is a rapidly evolving technology and way of working, a completely innovative approach to building design that is inevitably, albeit slowly, making its way into construction and operation. It is about as big a shift as the move from hand-drawn to computer-drawn drawings was 20-25 years ago.

The approach is that by investing extra time and energy on the design side early on, compared to traditional project scheduling, the builder can gain significant benefits by designing by building a virtual model.

This additional investment will pay off in the later phases, not only because it will be easier to follow the construction phase, but also because the real-time information (BMS building management system) that can be extracted from the virtual building model will provide significant resource savings during operation.

Three-dimensional design is only the first step towards BIM, building an up-to-date database and managing it. As a generical designer, there is an increasing need for spatial clash checks between the branch models to help filter out inconsistencies in the designs (3D).

In addition, project management and contractors are also greatly helped by the introduction of BIM workflows for the preparation of schedules (4D), the preparation of model-based quantity take-offs (5D), operational simulations (7D) and other processes.



Our company has significant experience in projects of different functions and sizes, which we have followed from inception to commissioning.

It is our experience that investors do not seek the advice of an architect when looking for a suitable site and when drawing up a design programme, so that changes often must be made when the design is launched, causing delays in the schedule.

Nothing can ensure a successful completion later than thorough preparation of the project.

We can provide professional assistance by providing information on the building parameters of the site, calculating the construction volume, and consulting the building authority and the chief architect in charge.

During the preparation process, we will propose the functions to be developed, outline possible architectural design solutions and, if necessary, carry out a cost analysis.

This is, of course, also possible if another design office is commissioned. In this case, we can help you to select the designer, put the offices out to tender and, on the investor side, we can also follow the project through as an advisory expert.

If required, we can also provide full project management services, including technical supervision, if subcontractors are involved.



We attach significant importance to the sustainability of the buildings we design, not only from an energy point of view, but also from a functional and feasibility point of view.

After 31 December 2020, only buildings with a near-zero energy demand (min. BB rating) will be allowed to be occupied. This is already fundamental to our design work today, but in addition to energy considerations, economic feasibility and functional flexibility of buildings are equally important. It makes a difference how much money is spent on the construction and subsequent conversion.

Monitoring trends in building use can, to a certain extent, anticipate what changes may be needed in buildings in 5-10-20 years' time, and these are considered in the design by means of appropriate floor plans and building structures.

By introducing BIM-based design, involving all the disciplines involved, we are at the forefront of the design profession, effectively reducing problems during construction.

We have also gained experience in the BREEAM certification process for new build projects and the conversion of listed buildings, enabling us to undertake the proper preparation of design documentation.



Puhl & Dajka Architect Studio Ltd.

H-2000 Szentendre, Bartók B.u.24.

Tel.: +36-26-301-247, +36-26-301-248