Sándor Guba and Péter Hámori's project is a new extension of the national cultural heritage building in the central Hungarian village, Bugyi. The old Baroque mansion was built in the 18th century, and now serves as a cultural centre. As a result of the extension, the community will be...
Sarolta Gaál and Donát Rétfalvi DLA designed a well composed Multifunctional Community Center in Óbuda. Distinctive architectural design, good functional layout and a multifunctional event hall are its highlights.
András Bögös, Zoltán Németh and Péter Zilahi designed a creative house to Zebegény. The building – just like a beehive – provides a framework to its users, the frames of which can be changed and even the users can leave their own layers on them. The plan received a shared 2nd prize.
Dezső Ekler and his team designed a reception building to the Esterházy Palace in Fertőd, where dual narratives, created by the various architectural means of illusions, help visitors to get greeted and attuned to the perception of the historical building.
For a competition of the new Csontváry Museum, Anita Sárosi designed her building on the Normafa hilltop where the ridge is missing. She designed a backbone building with painting's sized spaces and the building gradually grew to a viewpoint.
Bogdán Funk and Nóra Kőhalmy planned three buildings in Zebegény for an art center designing competition. They designed accomodations, community building and an open-air exhibition space using local materials such as wood and clay. For this concept they won the first price.
The city hall’s main entrance marked with a characteristic tower, a multifunctional courtyard, holographic projector, music boxes, and a colorful flower market – these elements are typical of the plan of Péter Kovács DLA and his team [Archiko] prepared for the competition announced for the...