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INpuls is an owner-managed, internationally operating office for interior design, based in Munich.

Our scope of activity is diverse. Previous projects include retail, working spaces, residential spaces, trade fair and exhibition design as well as projects for the public sector.

With the direction of Réka Visnyei our experts develop interior design strategies and concepts with a personal passion, utmost professionalism and profound knowledge. With intensive collaboration we promote the ideas of our clients towards a common vision.

We are goal oriented, responsible and cost-conscious. We rely on a network of experts and long-term partners.

Kochelseestrasse 10 RGB
81371 München

Our team consists of interior designers, architects and graphic designers.

Services Provided
Our team will accompany your projects from setting the strategic framework, conceptualizing ideas, designing in all details through to the final implementation according to our highest quality standards.
We are demanding in all aspects: the interior design itself, the final product and the according communication initiatives.
We think individually: each project is unique to us. We develop a unique identity for new or existing facilities.
Areas Served


Apartment Budapest


An apartment for a family of 4 was rebuilt in a quiet backyard: located in the heart of Budapest, close to the Andrassy ut, just a 5 minute walk from the banks of the Danube. The apartment, with 3.5m high ceilings and 140m ² floor area was completely re-designed and re-constructed.

Great care has been taken to obtain special materials and install it again in a similar style. Thus, the parquet floors and the natural stone tiles in the former kitchen have been carefully renovated to be reinstalled.

The rigid space division of the former 5 bedroom apartment has been broken up: the former rooms – sometimes barely lit or only by a light shaft – has been recreated to emerge as spacious, light-filled spaces that meet the needs of builders.

The wooden double glazed windows and double wooden doors were preserved and restored. The existing fundamental structure and material was combined with a sleek modern design. Oak herringbone parquet with high white baseboards, white or light gray walls, mosaic tiles on the wall in the bathroom, in combination with large tiles on the floor, a mixture of carefully selected vintage furniture and modern objects give the house a pleasant light and unobtrusive but stylish atmosphere.