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  • Diamond Cutting

    Parisian Court, Budapest

    Architects: Csaba Nagy, Károly Pólus, Ádám Pásztor, Kriszta T. Major, Miklós Batta
    Text: Tamás Ulrich
    Photos: Péter Molnár, Krisztián Bódis

    Originally there had been a business complex on the lot built in 1817 after Parisian models, which is where it today’s originates from. In 1906 the lot was purchased by the Inner City Savings Bank which had then designed a gorgeous revivalist Art Nouveau style bank blending Moorish components with neo-Gothic ones. The seriously deteriorating structure was converted into a luxury hotel in 2014, a project which was completed by the spring of 2019. The building and the passages are a genuine rarity and curiosity of architecture and applied arts featuring the largest ceramic clad facade in Europe with an amazing abundance of ornamental details, ceramic and glass mosaics, copper plate ornaments with stained glass window designs. Thanks to its excellent location in the very heart of the Inner City at the junctions of pedestrian streets streets and the luxurious reconstructed interiors of 110 rooms, it is now a five-star luxury hotel offering unique experiences for guests coming from all over the world. Designer architects preserved the main structures, the original components of the facades, the passages, as well as those of the interiors, but also developed the courtyard wing at the back and constructed an enormous Residence containing two spatious presidential apartments above the original cornice level with large decks to provide a breath-taking view of the Inner City, the River Danube and the gorgeous roof ornaments of roofs clad in Zsolnay ceramics. The foyer of the hotel converted from the passage contains two newly built lifts, but guests can also walk up to the five storeys of the hotel using the original ornate dual staircase. The 110 rooms and the majority of the apartments open from here, whilst those above the fifth floor are accessible from the open corridor overlooking the roofed polygonal courtile. By covering the polygonal yard and restoring the unique green Zsolnay ceramic ornaments an unparalleled interior was created to house an atmospheric lounge-café.

    General design: Archikon Kft.
    Architects: Csaba Nagy, Károly Pólus, Ádám Pásztor, Kriszta T. Major, Miklós Batta
    Fellow architects: Gergely Bognár, Bernadett Bóday Bagó, Bence Dobos, Ádám Farkas, Tamás Kiss, Eszter Major, Bence Máró, Éva Nahoczki , Ágnes Tőrös, Jakab Urbán, Bence Várhidi
    Interior designers: András Göde, Balázs Kéry, Béla Gál, Zoltán Harmat-Szabó, Tímea Téby, Dominika Sárközi, Katalin Horváth-Maróthy – Kroki Kft.
    Food and beverage interiors: Henry Chebaane – Blue Sky Hospitality Ltd.
    Monument history expert: Dr. Attila Déry PhD
    Diagnostics: András Gazdag – G3 Mérnökiroda Kft.
    Structure: Tibor Pintér – ÉKI TERV Kft., Olivér Kovács – EFERTE Kft.
    HVAC: János Bukovics, Tamás Terék – G&B Plan Kft.
    Framework: Csaba Czégeni – Balaterv Tervező és Szolgáltató Kft.
    Sprinkler: Levente Farkas – Interpiro Kft.
    Spa technology: Zoltán Sallai – S-TERV Kft.
    Elevator: Sándor Nagy
    Electrical engineering: Ferenc Rajkai, Gábor Balán, János Darnay – Hungaroproject Kft.
    Fire protection: György Decsi – Fireeng Kft.
    Gardens: Sándor Mohácsi – S73 Kft.
    Kitchen technology: András Gauland – Teco-Gastro Bt.
    Acoustics, environment: Róbert Csott – ’95 Apszis Bt.
    Traffic: Géza Kertesy – Metróber Kft.
    Public spaces: Lajos Koszorú, Bálint Koszorú – Város-Teampannon Kft.
    Restoration: Gergely Kelecsényi, László Czifrák – Alakart Kft., Eleonóra Balogh, Ádám Győrffy, Zsuzsanna Herling, Tivadar Lehoczky
    Client: Párizs Property Kft.
    Main contractor: Market Zrt.
    Pproject management: Óbuda-Újlak Zrt.