The building was a former school, but it’s a dead cert none of the pupils who attended in its former life had anything like as good a time as the party-goers queuing up for detention these days. Aside from a few little nods to the past use, Iskola has retired the classrooms and now uses the sprawling 3,000m² space to host a multitude of decidedly less scholarly enterprises.
Along with the expected hedonistic pursuits (eating, drinking, dancing) Iskola hosts film nights, karaoke warblings, gallery exhibitions, rents rooms to artists for studio work, and puts its charming collection of vintage furniture and fixtures to use for private retro theme parties.
The designer duo A+Z Design was founded in 2009 by Attila F.Kovács and Zsuzsa Megyesi
Attila studied architecture and design and spent over ten years in the film industry his museum, residential and commercial designs in Budapest are award-wining and have been featured in renowned international design magazines such as Wallpaper, Domus, Wind, Damn, A10, Elledecor, Spa-de, AD, etc.
Zsuzsa studied art history and aesthetics and started her career as art curator living in Los Angeles her interest turned in to interior design and styling after years of working for art and design magazines as design editor and interior stylist she became the art director of Stilus Magazine.