Club 218 / A4 studio

© Tamas Bujnovszky

The modern apartments at Club 218 in , were designed by A4 studio and have been shared with us here at ArchDaily. Photos, plans, sections and a brief architects description after the break.

© Tamas Bujnovszky

The planned building consist of 5 units. The car parking can be found in the basement, just as the mechanical areas and storage. Shops opening to the lake shore and catering units can be found on the ground floor, next to apartments with gardens.

© Tamas Bujnovszky

The communal areas, such as swimming pool, children’s pool and sauna are also on the ground floor. The communal areas are provided with garden connection, orientated onto the shores of the Balaton lake. The apartments are situated on the upper floors.

© Tamas Bujnovszky

The planned building is stretching on the lake shore as a giant curve. This characteristic architectural gesture organizes the main bulk. As there are no secondary facades, all the apartments bear the same values and orientation. An important issue was to fit into the street view of Szent István promenade, lined with other hotels and apartments.

© Tamas Bujnovszky
© Tamas Bujnovszky

Architect:  A4 studio
Location: Siófok, Hungary
Client: Siotour Tourism and Commerce Plc.
Project area: 2999,28 m2
No. of apartments: 218
Year of planning: 2004-2006
Year of construction: 2006-2008
Photographs: Tamas Bujnovszky

© Tamas Bujnovszky
Cite: Jarz, Hank. "Club 218 / A4 studio" 11 Jan 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 May 2015. <>
  • mHan

    The name? A4 Studio. So I am guessing they do all their drawings on A4 paper.

    The photographs looks cool, but I am not sure being inside those hallways would feel like, claustrophobic, anyone?

  • Holcim Awards US

    I like the bold graphics of this design…very photogenic.

  • csoki

    Erős túlzás ennek az épületnek az itteni jelenléte … a képek, és a valóság alapján egy dolog biztos. Bujnovszky tud fotózni.

    (Holnap lehet majd a Kertészék jönnek a dinamikátlan tömbjeik, dinamikus fotóival…)

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