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  • A Slice of Sport

    V. 30 Downtown Sports Centre, Budapest

    Architect: György Skardelli
    Text: Miklós Okrutay
    Photos: György Palkó

    Opened and inaugurated in the summer of 2021, V 30 Downtown Sports Centre is centrally located, and the faculties of the site and the property as well as the projected sports centre to be built had seriously challenging expectations. Rated as one of the minor plots in this context, the site is surrounded by firewalls from three sides, and the architect used the desire to provide a wide variety of sports facilities as a source of inspiration. Making a tour of the building, one experiences the spaciousness of rooms in the interior, whilst there are nowhere constraints resulting from the faculties of the terrain. One of the major devices to achieve this was the way how the individual functions found their ways inside the building. It is a unique puzzle, which sports zone requires what, where natural light is worst needed, and where it is acceptable to apply a more closed type of spatial formation. The plane of the facades of the neighbouring two houses are joined by two glasspartitions the height of which is precisely adjusted, and the expanses reflect the historic cityscape they face, whilst the house also opens up with the need of utmost transparency towards the street, The interior secondary plane is defined by a fabric of spiralling pillars creeping upward, multiply enlarged muscle fibres strain, as peoviding sort of a synthesis of the contents of the house. Several aspects of sports have found their home here, whilst also other potentials of communal life are offered a space within. Everything is available for the former modest-size swimming-pool which was almost on the verge of sinking into oblivion so that it could now evolve in an entirely different scale.

    Client: Municipaloity of Belváros-Lipótváros

    Leading architect: György Skardelli – KÖZTI
    Architect: András Borbély – KÖZTI
    Fellow architects: Bálint Kelemen, Dávid Petri, Éva Sára Varga – KÖZTI
    Structure: Péter Hegedűs – HEMI Ltd.
    HVAC: Szilárd Szakál – KÖZTI
    Weak current: András Ritzl – KÖZTI
    Power current: László Kajtán – KÖZTI

    Authorization and realization plan
    Leading architect: György Skardelli – KÖZTI
    Architect: András Borbély – KÖZTI
    Fellow architects: Dávid Petri – KÖZTI, Artúr Palotás, Dániel Déri, Balázs Zimay, Béla Szivák – BIMsolution Ltd.
    Framework: Dr. Gábor Becker, Dr. László Kakasy – BME
    Interiors: Gyula Barna – Interioor One Ltd.
    Structure: Péter Hegedűs – HEMI Ltd.
    Soil mechanics: László Sztancsik – Petik Ltd.
    HVAC: Szilárd Szakál, János Réti – KÖZTI
    Weak current: András Ritzl – KÖZTI
    Power current: László Kajtán, András Máramarosi – KÖZTI
    Sports technology: Zoltán Judik
    Pool technology: Zoltán Nyeste – Ecosysplan Ltd.
    Public utilities: Attila Bíró– KÉSZ Tervező Ltd.
    Traffic: Ádám Rhorer – Közlekedés Ltd.
    Thermal water: Dr. József Ördögh – Aqua Holding Ltd.
    Fire protection: Dr. Lajos Takács – Takács-Tetra Ltd., Judit V. Rauscher – Flamella Ltd.
    Sprinkler: Balázs Szakos – Ventor Ltd.
    Acoustics: András Kotschy – Kotschy és Társai Ltd.
    Accessibility: Bernadett Babits – Bauonline Ltd.
    Elevator: Tamás Pölöskei – Makrolián Ltd.
    Environment protection: József Kutas – Oxinit2 Ltd.
    Waste management: Ms. Géza Holéczy – H&Z&G Co.
    Subway protection zone: Csaba Pethő – UVATERV
    Building control: László Harmath – IQ Ltd.
    Climbing wall: Károly Kővágó – BigWall-Alpin Ltd.
    Sauna technology: Junttila Risto – Finn Wellness Ltd.
    Kitchen technology: András Gauland– Teco-Gastro Co.
    Budget: Éva Várnagy– VÁR-BAU Co.