Eniko Marton

Eniko Marton

New York, NY, US



After earning my Dipl. Ing. Arch. degree at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, I  became a licensed architect in Hungary in 2000, before founding my own design firm. After a diligent 5 years of running my own design office, I came to the US as a Fulbright scholar and received a Master of Architecture degree at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY. 

I have an international experience in several different countries, with diverse cultural and architectural background and with different construction and building types. As a lead designer I have completed major projects all over the world, recent years include New York, NY in the United States and London in the United Kingdom.

My work in London received the Scala Most Innovative Project award. I was also awarded by the Hungarian-American Enterprise Scholarship Fund (HAESF) and by the Hungarian Ministry of Cultural Heritage. I have developed a series of workshops for students called FAB-RIC by merging the latest computational architectural theory and technics with manual model making. 

In addition, I earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Semmelweis University, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences and I was a professional basketball player and a basketball coach in Hungary.


VREM Design, Brooklyn, NY, US, principal

Freelance and contract based architectural work
-- with Studio 2X, NEW YORK, NY:
▪ New Alternatives for Children Comprehensive Healthcare Center
▪ Multiple Zara retail stores
▪ 205 Third Avenue residential Co-op building renovation
-- with TEK Architects, NEW YORK, NY:
▪ Columbia University Lecture Halls
▪ Rutgers University Jameson Hall Dormitories
▪ CUNY Lehman College Teaching and Learning Center
▪ TEK Architect’s Office
-- with FXFowle, NEW YORK, NY
▪ Central European University Extension, Budapest competition

Jul 2011 - current

MACE Group, London, GB, project / lead-architect

As a lead project/design architect I was responsible for the design, construction documents and administration of major projects such as:
- Roebuck Primary School, Stevenage UK, a 1FE new single-story building
- Roundwood Youth Centre, London UK, a new 3 story cultural and educational center.
- Leopold Primary School Extension, London UK, a new 2 story extension.

Jan 2009 - Jun 2011

Paul Segal Associates, New York, NY, US, project architect

As a project architect I was involved with the design, construction documents and administration of projects included:
- Columbia University Law School Extension in New York
- Manhattan Day School, New York NY
- Stern College, Yeshiva University, New York NY
- Soros Foundation Management Offices, New York NY

Jun 2006 - Aug 2008


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Architectural Design

Sep 2005 - Feb 2007

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, HU, Masters, Architectural design and engineering

Dipl. Ing. Arch. - Master of Science in Architecture and Architectural Engineering

Sep 1991 - Jun 1998


SCALA Civic Building of the Year Award, 1st Place

Most Innovative Building - Roundwood Youth Center

The Innovation award is given for an exemplary piece of public architecture. The Roundwood Youth Centre featured collaborative conception and development, methods that are both advanced and original.


HAESF - The Hungarian American Enterprise Scholarship Fund, Scholarship

For academic studies and training in the United States in the field of architecture.


Fulbright Scholarship, Scholarship

For academic studies and training in the United States in the field of architecture.


National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Grant

Research grant for studying the culture of architectural environment.


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