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Saturday, January 17th, 2015

Article source: SPARK Architects

SPARK presents its proposal for the Hungarian Museum of Architecture and the Fotomuzeum Budapest – an entry to a competition held this year under the framework of the Liget Budapest project. SPARK’s proposal imagines two complementary sculptural buildings that appear to react to each other as well asto an existing memorial monument, while also retaining their own distinct identities and values.

Image Courtesy © SPARK Architects

Image Courtesy © SPARK Architects

  • Architects: SPARK Architects
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Project Director: Stephen Pimbley
  • Team: Lim Wenhui, Peter Morris, Anusha Bajpai
  • Client: (Competition entry – Liget Budapest International Design Competition)


Vasas Sports Hall Facade Competition Entry in Budapest, Hungary by A4 Studio Ltd.

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Article source: A4 Studio Ltd.

Designed by A4 Studio, their design proposal for the new facade for the Budapest Vasas Sports club, one of the oldest and most successful sports associations in Hungary, won the realistic dream project award in the Trimo Architectural Awards competition. The novelty of the planned façade is the plasticity of the manner in which the sports figures are represented. The basic system: the embossed Art Me TRIMO laminated panel. It souter appearance incorporates one single simulated gold metal surface (with varying hues of gold), a reference to the previous sports successes of the club. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Image Courtesy © A4 Studio Ltd.

Image Courtesy © A4 Studio Ltd.

  • Architects: A4 Studio Ltd.
  • Project: Vasas Sports Hall Facade
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Design Team: Géza Kendik, Zoltán Papp, Orsolya Maza
  • Area: 1200 m2
  • Year: 2012


A supermarket in Budapest, Hungary by a4 studio inc

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Article source: a4 studio inc

In the brow field area of Budapest, an old, once factory building got a second chance. The new shop, located in the 11th district on the corner of Sopron Street and Hengermalom Street, was installed in the old power unit-and painting equipment factory, which was built in the ‘70s.

Image Courtesy © A4 Studio Ltd.

Image Courtesy © a4 studio inc

MESSER Gas Filling Station in Budapest, Hungary by A4 Studio Ltd.

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Article source: A4 Studio Ltd.

The building process of the Oxygen and Dissousgas Company (ODV) started in 1952 in Újpest, the brownfield belt of Budapest. Because of its proximity to the Danube river Újpest was the area of industrial developments already in the 1920’s and 30’s (tannery, thread factory, lamp factory). The valuable original brick buildings were completed through continuous development until 1963. The MESSER company – the leading manufacturer and distributor of special technical and medical gases in Europe – purchased the site in 1988. Our company, A4 Studio accepted the commission in 2008 for designing the new production hall, laboratory, depositories and offices on the 47 000 m2 site. Our first design approaches reckoned with a new building (see images) but after an accurate architectural and structural analysis we decided in agreement with the investor to utilize the original brick buildings with modern extensions.  Design process happened in 2010-11 (see images). The refurbishment was completed in the summer of 2012 with 21st century architectural means and materials (anthracite colored metal cladding, glass surfaces, exposed concrete), the design indicates old and new structures.

Image Courtesy © Tamás BUJNOVSZKY

Image Courtesy © Tamás BUJNOVSZKY

  • Architects: A4 Studio Ltd.
  • Project: MESSER Gas Filling Station
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Tamás BUJNOVSZKY
  • Year of design: 2008-2011
  • Year of construction: 2012
  • Architects Team: Géza KENDIK – senior designer, Orsolya MAZA, Árpád VILICS


Kocka bar in Budapest, Hungary by MINUSPLUS

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Article source: MINUSPLUS

The Kocka bar is located in the heart of the entertainment district of Budapest, in the busy junction of a pedestrian walkway and the bar-street of Kazinczy utca. Its freestanding situation is unique in the surrounding, and the monolithic cubic volume (kocka translates to cube in Hungarian) is an easily recognizable landmark. It has a huge potential to become an iconic building of the entertainment district.

Image Courtesy © Tamás Bujnovszky

Image Courtesy © Tamás Bujnovszky

  • Architects: MINUSPLUS
  • Project: Kocka bar
  • Location: Kazinczy utca 48, Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Tamás Bujnovszky
  • Client: Cox Invest Kft | Mokoloko Plus Kft
  • Lighting fixtures: András Jánosi
  • Graphic design: Péter Oroszlány
  • Team: Zsolt Alexa, Donát Rabb, Ákos Schreck,Ferenc Kis, TímeaMolnár, Szabina Pap, Balázs Turai


Gomba, Móricz Zsigmond körtér, in Budapest, Hungary by Hetedik Műterem Ltd.

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Article source: Hetedik Műterem Ltd

The construction of the transportation-related building on Móricz Zsigmond Circus, Budapest was completed in 1943, according to the design of József Schall; and because of its shape later it was identified as the “Mushroom” by the word of mouth. Originally a departure building, cash- and waiting room and a café were placed in three building sectors under the roof with a ring-shaped layout. A fountain stood in the middle of the ring (stone relief by László Szomor). Shortly after its completion the building was roughly converted, transformers were placed into one of its circle sectors. The structure has started to be a slum-like environment already in the ’70s. For its particular spatial space composition and extremely slim reinforced concrete details it has been recorded as a listed building under monumental protection since 1997.

Image Courtesy © Tamás Szentirmai

Image Courtesy © Tamás Szentirmai

  • Architects: Hetedik Műterem Ltd.
  • Project: Gomba, Móricz Zsigmond körtér
  • Location: Móricz Zsigmond körtér, 1114 Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Tamás Szentirmai, Balázs Biri
  • Original architect: József Schall (1942)
  • Architect in charge: Levente Szabó DLA, Zsolt Gyüre
  • Co-architects: Orsolya Simon, Dávid Kohout, Balázs Biri
  • Landscape design: Csenge Csontos, Borbála Gyüre
Image Courtesy © Tamás Szentirmai

Image Courtesy © Tamás Szentirmai

  • Statics: András Nagy
  • Engineering: Ildikó Cser
  • Electricity: Gábor Barna, Péter Balázs
  • Structural expert: Dr. László Kakasy, Dr. Gergely Dobszay
  • Competition: 2009 (1st prize)
  • Design: 2012
  • Construction: 2013-2014
  • Size: 450 m2


Espresso Embassy in Budapest, Hungary by sporaarchitects

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Article source: sporaarchitects

Take a 80 square meter ground floor flat in the downtown of Budapest, and transform it into an artisanal coffee shop, for one of the world’s best baristas. The building is an urban palace, built in 1812, with beautiful classicist detail, structures of that period, today a residential house.

Image Courtesy © Danyi Balázs

  • Architects: sporaarchitects
  • Project: Espresso Embassy
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Danyi Balázs
  • Architect In Charge: Dékány Tibor, Hatvani Ádám
  • Year: 2012.
  • Lighting: sporaarchitects, Tarcali Dávid, Jánosi András
  • Concrete wash basin: VPI betonmanufaktúra

SPAR Flagshipstore in Budapest, Hungary by LAB5 Architects

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Article source: LAB5 Architects

SPAR decided to open its new supermarket at a shopping mall called MOM Park, situated in the heart of a wealthy district of Budapest. They had the idea of building up a unique interior, which provides a high quality costumer experience. To chose the designer of this flagship store, they invited architects and interior designers to take part in a non-open competition, and submit sketches of ideas. LAB5 architects won because of the look and feel of a market space, with a friendly industrial atmosphere. Luckily later 90% of the original ideas could have been realised.

Island-shape grouping of counters, Image Courtesy © Zsolt Batár

  • Architects: LAB5 Architects
  • Project: SPAR Flagshipstore
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Zsolt Batár
  • Competition: March 2013.
  • Design: May 2013.
  • Construction: June – September 2013.
  • Interior designers: LAB5 architects | Linda Erdélyi, András Dobos, Balázs Korényi, Virág Anna Gáspár.
  • Colleagues: András Debreczeni, Zoltán Szegedi, Tamás Tóth, Zoltán Vámos
  • Signage design: Zsuzsi Tolnai, Rita Halasi
  • Client: SPAR Magyarország Kereskedelmi Kft
  • Constructor: EMEL Kft
  • Furnitures: Enter Team, Solymosi, Art-Innova, Hi-Macs, Amos
  • Lights: Solinfo, Zumtobel, Enter Team
  • Lamp, recycled from wine bottles: Toboz Design
  • Floor: Porcelaingres
  • Shop-furnitures: Hauser, Umdasch

A Golden Hall for the Olympic Champion in Budapest, Hungary by A4 Studio

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

Article source: A4 Studio 

The Vasas Sportclub is one of the oldest and most successful club in Hungary. It was founded in 1911, in Budapest and it already has 45 Olympic Gold Medalists and 40 World Champions.

From the 30 sports they have, one is fencing, which has 9 Olympic Champions. The latest victory was in 2012, London. Áron Szilágyi won the Gold medal in sabre. Áron has been training here – in this almost 40 years old hall-, since he was 9. The hall is located in the green area of Budapest. The designs of the renovation were made by our office, the A4 Studio.

Image Courtesy © Tamas Bujnovszky, Greypixel

  • Architects: A4 Studio
  • Project: A Golden Hall for the Olympic Champion
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Tamas Bujnovszky, Greypixel
  • Design Team: Géza Kendik, Zoltán Papp, Orsolya Maza
  • Area: 1200.0 sqm
  • Year: 2012

BEM PALACE in Budapest, Hungary by T2.a ARCHITECTS

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

Article source:  T2.a ARCHITECTS 

On the plot facing the Danube in central Budapest stands a house erected in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in 1897, originally a barrack. At the outburst of the 1956 Revolution the main demonstration took place on the square, in front of the building – making the facade an icon of the revolt, and part of our common recollection – therefore it become a partly scheduled monument. Later on the house served as a political party’s hall, school, restaurant, office building & fitness centre among others.

Image Courtesy © T2.a ARCHITECTS

  • Architects: T2.a ARCHITECTS
  • Project: BEM PALACE
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Architects: Gábor Turányi & Bence Turányi
  • Developer: Europa Real Estate Investment Fund
  • Project team: Péter Szabó, Dénes Regőczi
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