After studying in Budapest, he worked in Järvinen Airas office in Helsinki, Finland. He founded his office in 1994. His designs encompass a wide range from new buildings to castle restorations. He was the first architect to build using Aron Losonczi’s world famous invention, Light Transmitting Concrete. He has been a part time teacher and member of diploma examination board at the Technical University of Budapest. He was elected UIA Council member in Turin (2008) and in Tokyo (2011). His works have been published in several countries from Switzerland to Australia.