The location's name is Csepel Works, a formerly prominent factory in the first half of the 20th century. In those days it functioned almost as a separate district, with tens of thousands of workers working there. One is these former factories gives home to Trap Factory, where – even though the visitors are different – the place is more crowded than ever.
Trap Factory became the pre-eminent player of live escape games in their homeland and now it is aiming to become the market leading franchise first in Europe, than in the world. The athmosphere of the factory lead to very straightforward desing decisions, as vintage elements are in perfect harmony with modern ones.
Spray paints reminescent of an ambience from decades before, the receptionist's desk placed on barrels, used spare parts hanging over modern lights, industrial fans with hidden lighting; just to name a few of the idiosyncratic design elements. This design perfectly fits the athmosphere of the live escape games, as all the levels offer their own unique background story. This milieu instantenously starts to motivate customers who now can hardly wait to begin the game.
The design of the logo and the name itself, of course, was inspired by the surroundings. Trap Factory is a de facto factory which – due to continous innovations and improvements – manufactures new stories, rooms, and puzzles every day. The franchise offers an unmatched variety of twelve different rooms.
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