One of Budapest’s most important technology companies, in the heart of Budapest, with restaurants, ruins and tourists in the stunning Nagymező street. Their wishes to present their thoughts in attractive form serve at the headquarters of Mercury Palace, built between 1900 and 1903 for the country’s first telephone centre. The main product of the company, the presentation software developed by Ádám Somlai-Fischer architect-media artist, has a PowerPoint linearity alternative to search engines around the world. Using the “Zoomable Interface” principle, users can put their thoughts into a spatial narrative – just as the offices provide a spatial framework for the company’s tasks.

In the light of the gradual expansion of Prezi, designers do not want to create a fully-fledged office in a 4,000-square-foot building. They are made of semi-finished spaces with movable objects and writing walls, thus encouraging workers to shape their environment. In the spirit of spatial flexibility, Prezi seeks to use simple and inexpensive raw materials. The state-of-the-art cold traffic avoided and untreated materials created its directness, intimacy and community existence.


Zsolt Alexa, Donát Rabb, Ákos Schreck, Gabriella Antal, Tímea Molnár, Balázs Turai Zsófia Bakó, Ágnes Bubla, Péter Debreczeni, Kata Gulyás, Zsófia Hompók, Balázs Kis, Ferenc Kis, Eszter Macsuga, Szabina Pap, Olga Péteri, Tímea Szodorai, Blanka Zvolenszki


Tanás Bujnovszky


Budapest, Mercure Palace, Hungary