A team of Hungarian architects, DVM Group, who today produce some of the best architectural designs in the world, became a grand prize winner.
DVM group won the global final of the International Property Awards in the Architectural Visualisation category, Forbes magazine has learned. They have been responsible for several luxury stores on Andrássy Avenue, some downtown buildings, and most recently, the Szervita Square office building.
As we can read in Forbes’ article, the International Property Awards (IPA) is one of the world’s largest property competitions.
DVM has already excelled in the European finals, with three category wins, recording the best ever performance by any Hungarian group in the business.
The three categories DVM Group won was architecture, interior design, and architectural visualisation.
What is more, the professional jury automatically entered DVM in the IPA global finals, so they also participated in the continental competition with their architectural and architectural CGI entries for Szervita Square Building.
According to the official website of DVM, they are the most complex construction services group in Hungary. DVM has been a key player in the Hungarian real estate sector since its establishment in 1995. Their portfolio includes architectural design, project management, environmental consulting, general contracting, and construction management.
Their activities are cross-sectoral. The group undertakes the complete design, development, and construction of institutions and offices, as well as commercial, industrial, and residential properties, with a strong emphasis on quality of technical content, functionality and aesthetics, as well as a customer-focused, cost-effective approach.
As Forbes wrote, one year ago, DVM Group created a separate division for its architectural visualisation team. As they describe it, this area goes well beyond visual design, offering complex solutions even before projects are underway that can significantly help with various decision-making processes: from marketing and sales to human resources, change management or recruitment.
“I am sure that it is possible to produce a world-class visual product in Hungary, and we are doing our utmost to make Europe and Asia aware of this. Our ArchViz team considers visualisation an art, and our ever-expanding range of services now goes far beyond classic visual designs, we can even offer real-time design in the VR space,”
said Tibor Massányi, head of architectural innovation at the company.
Source: Forbes, dvmgroup.com