Interior designer, graphic designer, painter, industrial artist. He completed his studies at the School of Applied Arts, where he was a student of Lajos Kozma. From 1920, he founded the interior design company together with Sándor Faragó. In addition to furniture design, he created book illustrations, posters, and diplomas. From 1924, he exhibited his works in the Art Gallery. The trade magazines, Hungarian Applied Arts, Hungarian Graphics and Stúdió regularly presented his works. He exhibited in 1927 at the International Book Art Exhibition in Leipzig, in 1928 at Pressa in Cologne and in 1929 at the World Exhibition in Barcelona.