When designing this farm house-like home, András Varsányi, Péter Pozsár and Norbert Vas considered some major factors: minimalist ground-plan and the integration of basic forms – yet keeping in mind that a warm and intimate atmosphere is what they want to achieve.
The location of the building is one of the most popular residential areas. The building site is a corner building plot, the last plot of a dead end street. Its conditions were exceptional: the steep mountainside, the strict regulations and the architectural quality of the surrounding buildings...
The family-house is situated in the Buda hillside area where traditional, 19th-century upper-middle-class and „Swiss-type” villas can be found, overtaken by the offspring of bygone architectural trends. In this context the architect has to find the right answer: whether to think...
Harmonious proportions with a classical, modernist atmosphere, pavilion-like, transparent volume at the end with a pierced, transitional space expansion and neverending white surfaces are the main characteristics of the Pine-villa designed by István Bársony.
The project of Csaba Kovács [Nartarchitects' founder] is a beautifully executed home for his own use. The structural framework fits right into the plot, while there is enough space to accommodate every need of his family.
The architects' decision was to marry the two clashing characters in Barbakán Square and design a building suitable for living and working. These plans of Ferenc Cságoly and Ferenc Keller finish off the building block in Pécs.
Among the wooded mountainside, this minimalist house provides a view to the trees and the city lying in the valley. István Szekeres and his colleagues made a sipmle, contemporary design that emanates luxury from even the smallest details.