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MOL Campus in Budapest, Hungary by Foster + Partners

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

Article source: Foster + Partners 

Designs for MOL Campus, the new headquarters for the MOL Group, a global oil and gas company based in Hungary were revealed today. The new building is a vision for the workplace of the future that places sustainability at the heart of the campus. Located in southern Budapest, it is set to be the tallest building in the city, consolidating the company’s Budapest operations in a single location.

Mol Campus daytime view looking towards the old city, Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners

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Champagne Maturing Facility in Somló, Hungary by Ekler Architect

Thursday, October 12th, 2017

Article source: Ekler Architect 

The third part of the Somló winery complex is the fermentation facility where the long-term storage, maturing and bottling of champagne takes place. Its plans were made later than those of the other buildings, and its character is consequently somewhat different. It is another artificial hill of a building, but the narrow plot only allowed for the construction of a mere slice of the fully fledged neighbouring structure. Through the “bubble” windows of its longitudinal walls, natural light enters the innermost spaces and filters down into the cellars.

Image Courtesy © BUJNOVSZKY Tamás

  • Architects: Ekler Architect
  • Project: Champagne Maturing Facility
  • Location: Somló, Hungary
  • Photography: BUJNOVSZKY Tamás
  • Project Team: BERKI Bálint, GYŐRI Balázs, KATONA Veronika, KONCZ Árpád, KOVÁCS Péter,  MÓSER Balázs
  • Constructions: Pataky és Horváth Kft
  • Structural Design: E&H Kft
  • Electrical Design: DORTERV Kft
  • Mechanical Design: PHQ Kft
  • Landscape Design: Bojza Bt

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Kreinbacher Champagne Cellars in Somló, Hungary by Ekler Architect

Wednesday, October 11th, 2017

Article source: Ekler Architect 

The champagne making facility is the twin brother of the winery and appears as if it were carved out of the latter’s hill. While different in character, their structures and interiors have much in common. The vegetation covered, reinforced concrete roof of the champagne cellar and its dark grey walls also evoke shapes created by geological forces; the sections and the facades resemble tectonic faults. Its volume creates the impression of freshly rising from the ground. Fermentation takes place underground, processing and administrative work on the ground floor. The large, wide office area overlooks the yard of the plant, while the spacious professional tasting room turns towards the north, offering a view of the hill.

Image Courtesy © BUJNOVSZKY Tamás

  • Architects: Ekler Architect
  • Project: Kreinbacher Champagne Cellars
  • Location: Somló, Hungary
  • Photography: BUJNOVSZKY Tamás
  • Project Team: BERTA Gyöngyi, EKLER Zsófia, KONCZ Árpád
  • Constructions: Pataky és Horváth Kft
  • Structural Design: E&H Kft
  • Mechanical Design: PHQ Kft
  • Electrical Design: Libella 21 Bt
  • Landscape Design: Bojza Bt

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Lodging Building in Somlóvásárhely, Hungary by Ekler Architect

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

Article source: Ekler Architect 

The building, the last element of the Somló complex, employs the same tried and tested architectural solutions as the adjacent buildings: it is a hill-house with a concrete structure and basaltic colours. The rooms face southeast and southwest, overlooking the fabulous foothills of Bakony as they extend towards Lake Balaton. Rows of vines run immediately outside the building. The communal spaces have large, north-facing windows that open on to the winery and the mountain, and flank a cosy row of terraces that remain cool even in the summer.

Image Courtesy © BUJNOVSZKY Tamás

  • Architects: Ekler Architect
  • Project: Lodging Building
  • Location: Somlóvásárhely, Hungary
  • Photography: BUJNOVSZKY Tamás
  • Project Team: VÖRÖS Balázs, BERTA Gyöngyi
  • Constructions: Pataky és Horváth Kft
  • Structural Design: E&H Kft
  • Electrical Design: DORTERV Kft
  • Mechanical Design: PHQ Kft
  • Landscape Design: Bojza Bt

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Cycling Center in Tiszafüred, Hungary by Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects

Friday, May 5th, 2017

Article source: Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects

10- 15 years ago the topic of mobility gained momentum in the Hungarian contemporary architecture. Many young architects realised that a major  task of the next generation of architects/enginiers and urban designes will be the redefinition and reshaping of the existing urban infrastructure.  Architecture and mobility will have implications not only on the traffic systems (means of traffic) of the 21st century, they will have impact on social spaces, public parks, as well.

Image Courtesy © Andrea Balazs

  • Architects: Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects
  • Project: Cycling Center
  • Location: Tiszafüred, Hungary
  • Photography: Andrea Balazs
  • Software used: ArchiCAD, Autocad, Artlantis
  • Investor: Tisza Lake Development Ltd
  • Size (in square meters): 800 m2
  • Year of  Design: 2012
  • Year of Completion: 2016

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IRON PORCH HOUSE in Nagykovácsi, Hungary by Földes és Társai Építésziroda

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Article source:  Földes és Társai Építésziroda

The 726 sqm site, being reminiscent of a fairy glade, is located at the northern part of Nagykovácsi.  The garden surrounded by young fruit trees and pines on three sides has idyllic atmosphere. There are cottages, some new family homes and most of all green all around. The square site is slightly sloped to the street and wide enough for a long house to fit in between its borders.  These makings suggested that the fourth side of the garden should be closed by the house itself creating intimate atmosphere inside.

Image Courtesy © Tamás Bujnovszky

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NURSERY in Nagykovácsi, Hungary by Földes és Társai Építésziroda

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

Article source: Földes és Társai Építésziroda

During the design phase we strived to preserve the scales of the village. We chose the archetypical form of rural houses. Small independent pavilions were the bases of our spatial system which envelopes all three functions: a nursery, health visitor centre and a surgery. Shifting the volumes opened a small piazzetta at the entrance and intimate internal spaces were also formed which all present different exterior qualities. The volumes are interconnected via short glazed passageways.

Image Courtesy © Sirokai Levente

  • Architects: Földes és Társai Építésziroda
  • Project: NURSERY IN NAGYKOVÁCSI
  • Location: Nagykovácsi, Hungary
  • Photography: Sirokai Levente
  • Designer: Földes Architects
  • Chief architect: Földes László
  • Design architect: Sónicz Péter
  • Assistant architects: Csűri Johanna, Laczó Dániel

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3 Stories in Budapest, Hungary by GASPARBONTA

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Article source: GASPARBONTA  

‘I highly doubt, that this apartment can be turned into a decent home’ – said a close relative of the owner, seconds after we first saw this place. I hardly agreed. I loved it. Luckily, the owner – a great innovator, a friend and a fellow dino enthusiast – and I were on the same page about the outcome. This was one of the most complicated structures, I have ever seen, covered by numerous layers of human history and unwanted building materials. We had to take the long road and uncover this beauty and turn it to a contemporary home.

Image Courtesy © Bálint Jaksa

  • Architects: GASPARBONTA
  • Project: 3 Stories
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Bálint Jaksa
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Area: 128 sqm
  • Year of Completion:  2015

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Don Pepe I Menyecske Utca in Budapest, Hungary by GASPARBONTA

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

Article source: GASPARBONTA 

10 years ago, I was at my third year at college. The girlfriend I had at the time, lived at Őrmező, so I had to take the bus no. 139 and get off in front of Don Pepe Menyecske to get to her.

There are very few better-known restaurant chains in Hungary nowadays like Don Pepe. The continued existence in the last 25 years made the brand well-known for the whole society. When I realized the actual gravity of the task to change a brand so recognized and widespread in any ways, I got scared. I got scared because our generation keeps building new brands, shape them to our liking, fine-tune it to our habits. Meanwhile, we have a large number of existing users here, regulars, so the goal was to reinvent the current concept and replace it with a contemporary, forward-looking approach.

Image Courtesy © Bálint Jaksa

  • Architects: GASPARBONTA
  • Project: Don Pepe I Menyecske Utca
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Bálint Jaksa
  • Lead designer: Gaspar Bonta
  • Assistant designer: Orsolya Lőrincz
  • General Contractor: ETNA
  • Pergola: GIBUS
  • Kitchen technology: Kende Gastro
  • Area: 190 sqm
  • Year of Completion:  2017

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Opusztaszer Visitor Center in Hungary by Ivanka Factory & Design Services

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Article source: Ivanka Factory & Design Services

OPUSTERRA PANEL was created with a very specific design intent – to create a PANEL that resembles being pulled out from the ground in one, swift move, evoking earthiness, natural aesthetics, and ancient materiality.

This development aimed to create a unique, qualitative architecture with a new and multifunctional visitor center. The architectural work was lead by István MURKA, who reflects to the local traditions in this work. This bipolar building is closely tied to the materials using and the traditional construction solutions of this area. The process involved developing a unique manufacturing process, where the high-tech material of IVANKA is applied by hand into a specialized cast, and the result is a PANEL that is never the same as any other. The PANELS are more than 3 meters long. The resulting surface of the large format is naturally raw, aggregate-revealing, shows ample aggregates, and is reminiscent of the layers of the soil as it emerges from the deep.

Image Courtesy © Tibor Zsitva

  • Architects: Ivanka Factory & Design Services (István MURKA)
  • Project: Opusztaszer Visitor Center
  • Location: Opusztaszer, Hungary
  • Photography: Tibor Zsitva
  • Specified IVANKA product: highly customized facade PANELS
  • Related services: design and engineering services, project management, research and development, technological innovation, customized factory production, packaging, delivery, installation
  • Highlighted features: custom colour development, surface development of aggregate revealing extra raw, layered concrete texture, 3+ meters long large format panels, engineered to Halfen fixing system
  • Concrete in numbers: 3500 sqm surface area
  • Year: 2015

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