Bela Kovesci, from a family of carpenters for two generations inherits, as a child, this love of wood. At the age of twenty, he left for Hungary to join a local craftsman who designed solid wood furniture. This experience will allow him to demonstrate his skill in working with this material but will also reveal his creative genius to light.
After three years of collaboration, Bela decides to return to Romania to continue training as a welder which will allow him to fulfill the passion he has always nurtured in him, namely sculpture.
He then begins to make, at the request of his entourage, chairs, armchairs, lanterns or other accessories for which his creative talent and his vivid imagination are put to use.
His close friends describe him as someone who is ingenious, meticulous, full of ideas and able to do everything with his hammer, anvil, welding machine and press that he himself designed.
Also, when in 2009, one of her friends learned that the famous French sculptor designer Jean-Jacques Argueyrolles was looking for a collaborator on Romania, it was only natural that the idea came to her to put the two men in touch.