The Vilmos Apor Catholic College has commissioned Jahoda and Páricsy Architects in February 2015 to design their new Budapest campus. For the architects sustainability and economic efficiency were important which was reflected in the choice of materials.
The development of the campus of this university was a logical step necessary for a longer time; whilst training was housed previously at various points in the city, it is now integrated on one and the same site. The basic formula of the building, which is a Z-shape, has several advantages.
"Our concept was to design a unique, child-centred building, that still reflects the traditionalist approach of the kindergartens pedagogic program. Our building is rooted in traditional architecture but uses contemporary architectural language." The kindergarten was designed by SAGRA Architects.
On World Down Syndrome Day (that is 21 March) thanks to a one of a kind project in the industry, Rejtett Kincsek (Hidden Treasures) Down Association opened its second Inclusive Early Development Centre and Playhouse in Hungary, this time in Budapest.
Balázs Szelecsényi, Emese Bárdi, Balázs Irimiás, János Kacsó and Anna Fehér (Csoma's Room Foundation) have been active in the region of Tampa village for 10 years now. Their present design has not only delivered local students a place to study but can also serve as a prototype for future...
The surrounding residential area with workshops and empty plots has a mismatching urban structure. The architects [Gábor Zimborás, Róbert Kiss] of the building choose an unusual strategy and they formed the building as a landscape object with a slightly sloping green roof. The nursery has a...
According to Ferenc Cságoly, the new Piarist school centre in Nagykanizsa, made by Márton Nagy and colleagues, "managed to stay modest and rational, much in the same way as all the other buildings in the neighbourhood."