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  • The New Gate of Füred

    Balatonfüred, Railway Station and Casticum Square

    Architect: Tamás Gyarmati
    Text: János Géczi
    Photos: Balázs Danyi

    Opened to the public in 1972, the railway station in Balatonfüred is a work by György Kővári. Its most characteristic feature is that it is a counterpart of the Southern railway station in Budapest, designed by the same famous architect. The station in Füred has been given a second chance in a renewed form. Its redesigning project was started in 2010 by Tamás Gyarmati Tamás designer architect, who teamed up with Zoltán Miklós and Balázs Zimay. The construction was realized in two stages, after the first one thanks to the enthusiasm of MÁV (the Hungarian Railways Co.) and especially architect Zoltán Tóth. As a result of demolitions and rebuildings they managed to restore the original spaces that were generous and yet modest, featuring transparent structural configurations, and more or less useable. After the necessary alterations of design and technology, also the intermodal junction was built, which may as well be interpreted as a gate, which was the intention of the town. The park formerly defined by a roundabout was split up and thus turned into a well-used part of the zone reserved for pedestrians now.

    General design: Viafutura Kft., Vadász és Társai Építőművész Stúdió Konzorcium

    Architect: Gyarmati Tamás – Vadász és Társai Építőművész Kft.

    Fellow architects: Balázs Zimay, Zoltán Miklós
    Structure: ifj. György Vadász, Ágnes Dávid, Erik Rezgő
    Traffic: Gyula Lantai
    Environment: István Stefler, Franciska Helfrich – Garten Studio
    HVAC: Béla Zöld
    Electrical engineering: Lajos Balogh
    Lights: Zoltán Szurmai
    Public utilities: Koppány Felhős

    Railway Station Phase 2 – reconstruction (upstairs suspended ceiling of the railway station and correcting construction defects)
    Architect: Zoltán Tóth
    Fellow architect: Gergely Soós
    HVAC: László Gergely
    Electrical engineering: Zsolt Gálos

    Glass wall design: Anna Baróthy, Veronika Krauth – S39 Hybrid Design Manufacture