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    No. 10 Eötvös Street, Budapest

    Text: Miklós Okrutay
    Architects: Péter Romhányi, Mátyás Ágó, Árpád Kalivoda
    Photos: József Hajdú

    Sitting on the lot at issue, the two-storey blck of flats with an outside corridor towards its cortile lost its Eclectic-style facade architecture after World War II which was even more exuberant than usual the building and only attracted attention by its naked insignificance for decades. Functionally we can speak of a kind of continuity whilst it is emphasized also on the material level by the decision made about the preservation of the strucure. This way the framework is given: it is marked and defined by the structure of the existing building. However, it all belongs to building history which prevails on the level of verbally approachable reality but hardly at the level of senses and experience. Now there is a new building at No. 10 in which it is difficult to trace the didactics mediating the original contents.

    Client: Budapest Főváros Terézváros Önkormányzata
    Architect:  Romhányi Péter – TEAMPANON Építésziroda Kft.
    Leading architect: Ágó Mátyás
    Architect: Kalivoda Árpád – QUARTIER Építész Tervező Kft.
    Fellow architects: Kuntner Ferenc, Molnár Judit, Vajda József – QUARTIER Építész Tervező Kft.
    Structure: Bécser Pál
    Engineering: Mangel Zoárd
    Electrical engineering: Prekl László
    Main contractor: KIPSZER Zrt.– Horváth Tamás felelős műszaki vezető