Architects: MARP / Márton Dévényi, Pál Gyürki-Kiss + Dévényi és Társa Ltd. / Sándor Dévényi
Location: Sásd, Hungary
Project Team: Ádám Holicska, Dávid Loszmann
Client: Sásd Town Council
Mechanical Engineer: Dévényi és Társa Ltd. / László Skrobák
Project Year: 2011
Project Area: 2,600 sqm
Photographs: Zsolt Frikker
HMS-Plan has presented ArchDaily with their plans for the 2011 architectural competition of the main square of Ujpalota, in Budapest. Images of their proposal and a narrative from the architects after the break.
Barnabas Laris and Adam Vesztergom, in collaboration with Borbala Gyure, Csenge Csontos, Nora Kohalmy and Mark Antal, recently won the first prize in the Main Square of Ujpalota competition for their project, ‘Urban Meadow.’ The forum or main square of Újpalota, which is the second largest micro district of Budapest, is situated exactly in the center of this residential area, at the junction of the main roads. Most inhabitants of this housing estate cross this square day after day. This town square, however, does not have a view which is framed by public buildings. Therefore, a new community building can achieve a remarkable public function as well as a space-forming effect, simultaneously placed moderately as its volume is more solid than the ones of the commercial buildings. More images and their description after the break.
Architects: Boczkó Architects
Location: Vác, Hungary
Project Team: Zoltán Gábor Szepesi & Zsuzsanna Mohai
Landscaping: Hajlék Tervező Bt., Vácduka
Structural Engineering: Kerek és Pintér Kft, Budapest
Electrical Engineering: Dinamic Kft, Gödöllő
Building Services: Mopemedia Kft, Vác
Fire Services: Brolex Kft, Budapest
Project area: 360 sqm
Project year: 2010-2011
Photographs: Ákos Boczkó
Located at the Győr University campus, the Mobilis Interactive Exhibition Building houses interactive exhibitions from the machine and car manufacturing industry and connects to various innovative project of the university. The project is designed by ÉPÍTÉSZ STÚDIÓ of Budapest and is situated between the strict regular grid of the university buildings and the irregular natural edge of the floodplain of the river Danube. The design proposal adjusts to these juxtaposed condition to determine a building that reflects contemporary developments of the time.
More from this project after the break.