The project got its name “Dunakavics”(Pebl of Danube) because in its final form it resembles a stack of pebbles, which can be associated with the functions of relaxation and recreation, and the name itself refers to the name of a type of Hungarian national sweets.
The diploma work of Bence Grócz is an arthouse complex inviting artists from every field into floating studios in Zebegény. The young architect's main strife was to leave the surrounding natural environment untouched.
The diploma work of Krisztián Tóth is a plan for a light, playful resting place for cyclists. The sleeping capsules are surrounded by nature, and barely connect to the main structure, providing for a calm, intimate connection with the woods.
Crowded night out in Tokyo or relaxation in the Zen garden? These are the two images of Japan that everyone immediately calls to mind. The diploma work of Kristóf Tavasz is about combining these two faces and incorporating Japanese culture into the heart of the city.
Imola Kristóf designed an activity, education and leisure center for people with disabilities. The volumes and spaces of the building are both separated and connected by large perforations and breakthroughs – creating clearings and passages between closed and open spaces, inner courtyards...
Simple structural connection with the option of secret hideouts characterize the diploma work of Petra Cserjés. Her project provides a place for people with rare illnesses who want to live in a quiet but communal and inclusive space.