On a trapezoid plot in the intersection of a main road and a side street, where the city centre transitions into suburban, stands the 9-flat apartment building designed by Dezső Ekler. It is an exceptional and prime spot in the cityscape of the neighbourhood.
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.
Although it's not ready yet, we can already see the plans and the immediately impressive concrete structure of the Grape Juice Plant in the county of Győr-Moson-Sopron, Hungary, designed by Dezső Ekler and co-workers, illustrated with photos by the Hungarian photographer Tamás Bujnovszky.
This story is about two buildings with the same function and client. In 2005, Dezső Ekler and his associates made the plans of the conversion of the former IBM Office Building. Two years after, in 2007, the architect was committed again to design a new house on the Ménesi street – to the ...