Gesztenyés Park

Paks is the second largest city in Tolna county, central Hungary, on the right bank of the Danube River, 100 km south of Budapest. Built between 1969 and 1987, Paks Nuclear Power Plant made Paks the most dynamically developing city in Hungary. This development will gain further momentum with the recently approved expansion of the Power Plant. Gesztenyés Park is the single most significant comprehensive residential development in Paks.

Services: branding, copywriting, print design, web design, web development, 3D, architectural visualisation
Country: HungaryAgency:EVISTAClient: Gesztenyés Park

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residential development branding

The project

The project promoter company entrusted Evista with the design and development of all the online and offline materials of the residential developement project.

The Challenge

Selling a housing estate which has not been built yet is not among the most evident and easiest marketing tasks. Without a professional architectural visualisation it is almost a mission impossible. The most challenging task in the project was to give a persuasive and overall 3D view of the housing estate.