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    Reconstruction of the Synagogue in Rumbach Sebestyén Street

    Architects: Tamás Kőnig, Péter Wagner
    Text: Vilmos Katona
    Photos: József Hajdú

    An early Art Nouveau style synagogue is the one and only design by Otto Wagner which has been actually built in Hungary. Standing in Rumbach Sebestyén Street, this prayer house was built in a Moresque style with every detail influenced by Oriental arts. The floor plan is octagonal, the interior evokes the vaultings of monasteries accentuating the centrally positioned bima. The core of the building is focussed on the closed courtyard. In its present-day reconstructed condition it appears as if there has been no changes on its design for the past 150 or so years, but it does not only have religious functions: the central space does not only hosts masses but also concerts, the gallery houses a museum, the street front on the upper levels and the loft contains exhibition rooms and offices. The street front storeys are connected by a lift and stairs on each side. The sides of the passages opening to the street contain large spacious rooms that are opened into one another, whilst the side towards the synagogue houses office rooms. One of the connecting bridges leads above the choir of the prayer house opposite the ark across the atmosphere of 150 years.

    Leading architects: Tamás Kőnig DLA, Péter Wagner DLA
    Assistant architects: Ádám Rimely, Ágnes Holtság
    Consultant architect: István Zalka
    Projekt architects: Márk Perjés, László Ugrin
    Art historians: Ferenc Dávid†, József Sisa
    Structure: Elemér Kőnig, Ernő Zámbó
    Building diagnostics: Ernő Zámbó, Kolos Marcell
    HVAC: Lajos Erhardt, Péter Erhardt, Edit Seres
    Electrical engineering: Ferenc Révhegyi, Ferenc Rajkai
    Low-voltage current: Gyula Bosch
    Technical management: Ákos Váradi
    Garden designer: Ágnes Holtság
    Environment: Róbert Csott, László Ilyés
    Acoustics: Róbert Csott
    Historical interiors: Kornél Baliga
    Museum and service interiors: László Gergely
    Fire protection: Antal Bársony, Róbert Kovács
    Hospitality technology: Ágnes Straub
    Special movements: Bálint Antal Korponai
    Elevator: Miklós Tóth
    Insulation: Attila Kövesi