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Bujnovszky Tamás [95]

Constructivist Dream on the Balaton Shore

At the end of the reconstruction of this house in Lake Balaton, Csaba Kovács succeeded in giving a lighter impression to the modern building, even if it has its roots in constructivist design. The interior design of Nóra Demeter alleviates the exterior even more, as the pastel...

Clean-cut Landmark - Ericsson House

Designed by László Szerdahelyi and József Pesti (Aspectus Architect), the new Ericsson House is the new member of the already monumental university district in Buda, at the riverbank of Danube. The building assimilates into its built environment as its neverending glass surface has become a...

The place of the barn

There was a typical cross-shaped house with outbuildings connected. When designing his own home Papp László kept the typical architectural style of the area but reorganized the traditional division to today’s needs and functionality. 

Unity in duality – Villa in Csillagvölgy

How could someone possibly build a home on a parcel that lies at the beginning of a slope of a valley? The residential building planned by László Benczúr and Miklós Weichinger plays upon this territorial feature. Their work has been honored with a special mention at the House of the Year...

Home from Concrete

The house reflects duality in its use of materials. Its exterior facades are white plastered while the facades of the internal atrium facing the courtyard have an anthracite grey fiber cement facade lining, what is more, built-in concrete furniture was also commissioned by the client. This...