A design as a reflection of an individual or company, gives the user a sense of originality. It reflects the personality and social status creating an atmosphere in space is a key moment in creation. It co-generates a "spirit” that is directly connected to the human subconscious and affects its life.
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Peter enjoyed drawing since very early age. He grew up in the atmosphere of the design offices, where he was drawing his first cars on the drawing boards. Cushion pens and the white coats of engineers marked his destiny so much, that after graduation he attended Secondary Industrial Building School. It was not his dream, but he enjoyed studying. While his classmates were gaining experience in designing simple buildings, Peter was already designing polyfunctional objects. His first designed project was his final study project when he was just 17 years old. He has always excelled in drawing, so after consulting with his family, he decided to continue studying architecture. During his years at the Slovak Technical University – Faculty of Architecture, he received several awards for his final projects. Eventually he began to play with the graphic design and rendering of architectural visualizations, which became the beginning of his business while he continued university. In 1999, he successfully graduated.
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The architect's career began in small studio in Bratislava, which offered him start up for only a short time. He needed to quench his creative needs and went on the freelancer track. He worked mainly as a graphic designer. With his friends he set up a creative studio called United Brains. Later, during the boom of the Internet, he worked as a freelance web designer. The career of the graphic designer ended with an offer for the post of the chief designer of Lundegard, which he refused and returned to the profession of architect. With his partners he founded his first architectural studio called Atelier 1. He worked as a principal architect and was the main designer of Yosaria Plaza interior design. After 3 years, he left Atelier 1 and with his friends founded the Unoarchitects Architectural Association. In 2007 he became a member of the Slovak Chamber of Architects and also an authorized architect. Until the end of 2016, he was a CEO at Olegsson & Partners. He designed projects in countries such as Austria, Italy, Spain, Saudi Arabia and Oman. In 2017, he founded his own design label PAGAC.