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...
Nartarchitects proposes glossy cube on crater for Csontváry Museum in Hungary. Opposed to the “plaza-museum” strategy they searched for a site that is interesting and symbolic enough to become a pilgrimage destination. In the outskirt of Pécs, next to a lake in a crater of a former...
Memorial house from a granary? The function is not lost, only transformed. It becomes the storage of spiritual seeds instead of wheat grains flowing out of our hands, a hatching and a promoter of these seeds as a crumb rocking on a mustache. Designed by Tamás Fialovszky.
The design by Melinda Csáki and István Boda won shared 2nd prize at the architectural competition announced by the Section of Architecture, Hungarian Academy of Arts (Magyar Művészeti Akadémia MMA) with the title ‘Ybl Miklós Memorial House 2014’.