The Studio designs both residential and contract furniture, accessories and lighting for everyday use. Their design interests range from small series objects to mass produced products. The company's designs have been widely used by Hungarian clients like Alex Fémbútor, Alchimista, EOS Design and Balaton Bútor and in many projects with Felperin Design Associates in California. The company has also developed its own product range which are carefully manufactured as unique pieces. Besides wood furniture, Pálmai Design works with cast metals and tubular designs.
The company specialises in designing and manufacturing furniture and covering of concrete. Spurred by a growing demand the company started to produce home accessories and other design objects. The team includes architects, designers and a fabrication crew. Today the firm is known for its innovative concrete forms by utilizing concrete as a sculptural element for walls, stairs, ledges, floors, countertops, kitchen islands, bath tubs, sinks, fireplace surrounds, tables and planters.
Marco Zordan is an engineer-designer within the wood industry. His creations represent a fusion of natural-wood materials, computer technology and entertainment electronics. To best capitalize his creativity and prefect knowledge andunderstanding of living materials he specializes in matching them to tools of contemporary information technology such as plasma televisions, subwoofers and monitors thus creating a range of very unique and attractive masterpieces. Marco Zordan unique creations have caught among others the attention of IPE Cavalli Ltd, this latter consequently including the Maya chair in its range of high end design furniture. The piece was presented at IPE Cavalli’s booth at th Internationa Furnitur Trade Fair 2008 in Milan, supplemented with some features of added by IPE Cavalli designers. (armrest, headpiece decoration, cushion, chrome plated monitor holder, etc.) The site is also available in Russian, Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian languages.
Individual handmade pieces of furniture designed and made by Peter Pais-Horvath. Selected hardwoods (cherry, maple, walnut, ash and oak), workmanship in details. The artisan's creatures are listed in three categories: Structure, Shape, Tradition.