The villa in Debrecen, designed by Péter Kovács DLA, can be described as a tripartite building with transparent spaces, classical arrangement, total closure toward the street, and an immaculate whiteness. The building’s wall-like appearance is eased by the rotating blades.
Annamária Dékány designed a high quality apartment in Budapest what is characterised by the spectacular view, the nearby Buda mountains and a big terrace. Both the client whom the architect had work before and Annamária are proud of this project.
The villa in Buda, what was renovated by László Benczúr ifj. and Miklós Weichinger, is a reminiscent of the early 20th century. The building is a mixture of old and new, contemporary elements, it's kind of a paradoxon and it won the 3rd place of the Creaton Architectural Competition.
Crossing the borders of Hungary, there's a hiding wooden house in the hilly area of Transylvania, which has already served two generations and countless holidays and been a witness of endless parties. The young owners wanted to save it from the decay so they asked Supernova team to renew and...
The Black and White House is situated in Kamaraerdő, one of the most pleasant parts of Budaörs, a small and prestigious garden suburb of the Hungarian capital Budapest. László Földes and Péter Sónicz's main idea was not a simple addition, rather adjusting an entire new annex to the...
The main question of the design was the balance of tradition and modernity, rawness and delicacy, matching and separation. Árpád Álmosdi and Monika Csendes used authentic and serious materials.Their intention was to create a simple, proper house.
Gergő and Péter Batizi-Pócsi a.k.a the batlab architects aim was to design a house that can not only provide appropriate living space for its tenants, but also has architectural values after being built.