Flora Domonkos

Flora has achieved a PR and Marketing BA Diploma at Metropolitan University followed by an       MA in Organisational Communication from Corvinus University in Budapest. She has worked as a Communication Expert focusing on branding. She began as a PR Consultant at Empress Tree Marketing then her marketing experience has continued through her career as a Communication Manager at the DiVino Wine Bars, Brand Manager and Ambassador for Champagne Taittinger and Marketing Executive for Hungarian wineries. As a brand communication expert she is now looking to apply her expertise within the Interiors sector. Her biggest inspiration comes from nature as she believes that in nature everything works perfectly. Recent project research has introduced her to environmental issues and she now wishes to focus on conscious projects as she is convinced that all interiors should be sustainably specified.

contact / floradomonkos1990@gmail.com

Portfolio projects include:
LOFT - Editor of Lonely Planet magazine
BATHROOM - project
WORKSPACE - KEW, London
FINAL - The COS Hotel, Marylebone
LOFT - Editor of Lonely Planet magazine

Peter Grunert, editor of Lonely Planet and his photographer wife have moved into a loft apartment in Queens Park. They travel a lot through their work and when they are home they would like a relaxing space that shows their love of nature, wildlife and different cultures. They enjoy skiing, reading and wine tasting and would like to include space to host professional wine tastings.

BATHROOM - project

To design in detail a bathroom from the residential loft project

WORKSPACE - KEW, London

Kew Gardens is a botanic garden in southwest London that houses the largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the World. KEW invite partners and businessmen to invest in the company and update about ongoing projects. Also every year they have a smaller press events where they launch their new scientific goals or results. KEW wanted to inspire these people so they needed a place which reflects the gardens’ atmosphere so they feel like they are almost there. The interior had to match the company’s image and values. They needed a large meeting room, a cafeteria, a sittingwaiting area and a cabinet for coats and umbrellas. This place is visited by the press, partners, sponsors, businessman, CEOs, future employees (for job interview) and marketing people. The maximum number of people at a time is 15.

FINAL - The COS Hotel, Marylebone

COS wanted a sustainable art and design gallery with a small hotel inside. The building that had to be renovated and redesigned is in Marylebone High Street. This design and hotel complex’s target group is fashion, design or art lovers who are also focusing on nature, sustainability and conscious living.  The hotel’s interior design had to focus on using natural and sustainable materials as the company considered itself as a conscious brand. I designed a place where art meets sustainable fashion and lobby for Hotel COS and also one 37 m2 master suite.