The members of MAKÉSZ group manufacture and build their environmentally friendly buildings in accordance with the principles of Sustainable Development, using products with European certification and technical assessment. The aim is to construct buildings with low CO2 emissions, low heat loss, preferably without external energy demand, with renewable energy. It's important for us that as many of the building materials used are natural and recyclable, to reduce the ecological footprint of the construction and operation of the building.

Absolon - Tophouse eco-mobile homes

The Absolon company is engaged in the production of TOPHOUSE prefabricated eco-houses. These houses are more cost-effective, with minimal waste, energy efficient, and meeting the highest standards in environmental awareness. They leave behind a minimal footprint in the environment. TOPHOUSE mobile homes offer a wide range of applications. They are ideal for year-round living or seasonal recreation.

Rakun box community

To replace disposable packaging materials used for take out and delivery of food, Rakun Kft. is introducing a waste-free food packaging system. Rakun boxes are made of stainless steel and provide a drop-free closure that can be refilled up to a thousand times. The boxes can be used by guests at any Rakun partner restaurant. Guests can subscribe to the service monthly through the Rakun Dobozközösség mobile app. This is a hygienic solution even during the epidemic, as the restaurant disinfects the boxes after each use.

Resysten - protective coatings

Resysten Hungary Kft. was founded in 2014. After years of research, the company has developed a unique, durable hygienic coating system that helps reduce the possibility of contact transmission of infections. It is an invisible, photocatalytic coating that can be used as a first-line protection system against the spread of infections and epidemics. Over the past seven years, the technology has already been proven in several places; public transport facilities, health care facilities, office buildings, community spaces, schools, factories and sports clubs have been surface treated.


One of the most successful residential reuse projects is Gasometer City, in Vienna Austria. Four immense disused gasometers were successfully revamped in the late ‘90s and have since become infamous in the world of adaptive reuse.

Built in 1896, when Viennese authorities decided to invest in large-scale coal gas and electricity supplies, the gas plant serviced the locale and beyond for a good 88 years, until it was shut down permanently in 1984 after natural gas supplies took over

SafeXOne - Intelligent zebra

Compared to conventional systems, SafeXOne is a smart zebra that can be installed anywhere. No need to disrupt the pavement. No mains power is needed, and its solar panels keep it running even in cloudy weather for up to 2 weeks. With additional solar panels and extra lighting, a complete security system can be created.

Santa Factory

The Santa Claus Factory has become one of Hungary's best-known charity events.

Every year, more and more people volunteer. Many come to Hungary specifically for the Santa Claus Factory during the Christmas period. People from Australia, China, the USA and many other European countries come to help and pack.

Türchen calendar

Türchen is an individual countdown calendar. The users can create it theyself, fill it with their own content and share it with friends. Initially it was created as an advent calendar. As we don’t just wait for Christmas Eve, but also feverishly look forward to birthdays, weddings and anniversaries, the users can use the Türchen calendar for every countdown opportunity.