Architect: Schön Architects, Lead Architect: Sandor Duzs/ArkTOON. With a mixed use neighbourhood needing modern and design-led office space, a dynamic and forward thinking construction company as a client and an eye catching landmark hoped for; a simple, honest and abstract way to achieve the aim was to cut off a slice from the space around
Design: Architema Ltd
The residence is located in the suburban area of Budapest. Built on a plot that offers a spectacular panorama and steeply slopes on the north side. The beauty of the bright white villa lies in the exciting geometrical shapes and the exceptional high quality of construction. Yet the modest style are far from being common architectural solutions. The asymmetrically structured facades with their vast glazed surfaces, and the vertically shifted roof levels make both the building and the interior spaces characteristic.
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Nepsziget is a fully integrated mixed use Development with high aspirations. It draws from the cultural heart of the city of Budapest and projects an optimistic future for this historic city. The Development will feature office, residential and commercial accommodation and include a vast range of amenities, from new shopping areas and leisure developments to cultural and public spaces
Budapest Városháza Forum, Architect, Hungary, Building, Project, News, Design Budapest Városháza Forum Hungary : Architecture Hungarian Architecture – design by Erick van Egeraat page updated 1 Aug 2016 ; 27 May 2009 Budapest Városháza Forum Erick van Egeraat revitalizes Heart … Continued
Erick van Egeraat has won the international competition to design the City Hall in the centre of Budapest. From a field of 18 participants, an international professional jury selected his proposal, which combines restoration of the existing 18th century baroque building and new, futuristic wings to create a contemporary Main Square.