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    Reconstruction of the Lower Castle and the Development of the Upper Castle

    Architects: György Skardelli, Bálint Kelemen (Lower Castle), György Radványi (Outdoor stairs), Mihály Rudolf, Katalin Molnár, Zoltán Lipták (Upper Castle)
    Interior architecture: Dr. Zsófia Lukács
    Curator: Gábor Várkonyi
    Text: György Szegő
    Photos: Tibor Zsitva, Andrea Fábián

    The reconstruction project of the castle in Füzér was launched back in 1910, and continued in the 1930s, but only had the necessary momentum in 1991 thanks to the activities of the Foundation for Füzér. In the mayor’s garden the gate vaulting was assembled from the pieces found throughout excavations going on for more than twenty years. From this communal lapidary the scheme of the Lower Castle was born. One can get from the parking area on a path through the forest to the drawbridge which was built after analogies, which in turn leads us to the gate arch built from the pieces found on the site. The andesit gate tower above the locally found corner pillar and the adjoining reception building behind appear as an integral unit of historic and contemporary components. The second stage of the reconstruction was a natural garden. The timber stairs show an especially sensible relation with the landscape as they have been seated in the terrain with ingenuous delicacy: the natural and man-made steps complement each other in a masterly harmony. The reconstruction project of the Upper Castle managed by Mihály Rudolf did not target at the mediaeval conditions, but focussed on the 17th-century ones which are better known from several sources. The reconstruction delicately shows which piece is original and which is a later fabrication. Made intentionally from different materials, pieces of restored furniture tend to be dominated by functions and proportions and were made with the aim to express milieu. The reconstruction project as such is indeed a successful and sensible amalgam of the genres of museology and architecture.

    Lower Castle
    Architecture: Közti Zrt.
    Leading architects: György Skardelli, Bálint Kelemen
    Structure: Ádám Becker, Béla Hegyi, Miklós Szakáts
    HVAC: Szilárd Szakál
    Landscape: Gabriella Havassy
    Public utolitites: Zempléni Épületgépészeti Kft.
    Archaeology: Zoltán Simon, Viktor Gál
    Stone restoration: István Kovács
    Furniture: Dr. Zsófia Lukács
    Main contractor: Geoteam Kft.
    Client: Füzér Község Önkormányzata

    Upper Castle reconstruction
    Architecture: Mihály Rudolf DLA, Katalin Molnár, Zoltán Lipták
    Fellow architects: András Bögös, Judith Botos, Gyula Cséfalvay, Tamás Gonda, Borbála Huszanyik, Dániel Pintér, Endre Szamosi, Csaba Szász, Eszter Szélné Mercz, Szabolcs Szilágyi
    Interiors: Dr. Zsófia Lukács
    Reconstruction concept: Bálint Kelemen, Nándor Mehrl
    Historians, archaeologists: Dr. Gábor Várkonyi, Zoltán Simon, Dr. Gergely Buzás, Viktor Gál
    Historical monument expert: Zoltán Bereczki
    Chapel vault: György Szekér
    Stone restoration: Vilmos Osgyányi, István Kovács
    Lamps: Orsolya Székely
    Stove reconstruction: Judit Szebényi, Zsolnay Porcelánmanufaktúra Zrt.
    Glassworks: János Kovács Keve DLA, Ágnes Herczeg
    Paintings: Zsófia Balogh, Péter Boromisza, Klára Nemessányi, Imre Debreczeni, Gitta Pap, József Pinczés, Ilona Rudolf, Róbert Sütő, Kornélia Zimmermann
    Art director, interiors: Csaba Bodonyi DLA
    Structure: Zoltán Kalydy, Dr. János Kanócz
    HVAC: Géza Várfalvi
    Electrical engineering: Gábor Münnich
    Main contractor: Laki Épületszobrász Zrt.
    Client: Füzér Község Önkormányzata