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    NOKIA Skypark Office Centre, Budapest

    Architects: Gábor Zoboki, Gábor Szatmári 
    Text: György Szegő 
    Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky 

    The Nokia Skypark office block is actually a wreath-like architecture of four storeys surrounding two highrises which form the very heart of this development. This dual character has the potential to mediate towards the lower development context of its neighbourhood. However, it does not subject the mass to the overwhelming block houses of the background. The elegance of Nokia lies in this highly sculpturesque solution: the sweeping dynamics of the bodywork parapets of the storeys delicately refer to the cornices of historic architecture. To be more precise, it is modelled after the free-standing chateau design originating from France, which features projecting wings organised around a cour d’honneur. The house itself has a floor area of 25,000 square metres and visually communicates with a complex environment of modest size and scale. The ground floor part of the courtile of the Nokia building houses a café doubling as a restaurant. The latter is joined to the old streets running appr. 2 metres deeper via an arcaded passage. In the direction of the colonnaded arcades from the promenade there is the entrance to a kindergarten. A total of 16 lifts facilitate quick communication inside the office block, exterior shades on the southern side enhance the achievements of BREEAM-rates of the structure which houses unique research-laboratory functions as well as several offices with floor areas as large as 500 square metres that all meet the criteria of energy consumption and climatic conditions with mixed functions. Each component is sustainable and designed according to environment-conscious principles. All in all, the new headquarters of Nokia located in Corvin district is a prominent, characteristic phenomenon embodying future advances, which is also a centre for research work of 5G technology projected for the year 2020.

    General design: ZDA Zoboki Építésziroda
    Leading architects: Gábor Zoboki, Gábor Szatmári
    Coordintaing architects: Zoltán Turi, Richárd Borzák 
    Architects: István Országh, Brigitta Mayer, Lilla Schiebl, Judit Besey 
    Fellow architects: Eszter Kovács, Liu Dan, Balázs Orlovits, Attila Fekete, András Somogyi, Valéria Szabó, Csenge Györgyi 
    Constuction plan: Zsolt Hiri, Mihály Nagy, Márk Jankovics, Dániel Beke, Anita Erdő-Kocsis, Viktória Istók, Dániel Kulinyi, Judit Lobato-Kiss, Andrea Krisztina Sinkó, István Szigetfű – Vision Építész Iroda Kft.
    Intorior architects: Nóra Demeter, Edina Simon, Magdi Dobó, Ibolya Fehér, Edit Fuferenda, Anett Gál-Mózes, Tibor Polgár – Demeter Design Stúdió Kft.
    Visualization: József Lipka, Ákos Mátételki, Pál Uzoni – The Greypixel Workshop kft.
    Structure: Balázs Takács, Richárd Reisch, Viktória Fonód-Mile – FRT Raszter Építésziroda Kft.
    Statics: Balázs Puskás, Csaba Wágner, Márton Kerényi, István Bisz – Terraplan’97 Mérnökiroda Kft.
    HVAC: Erzsébet Görgeyné Bihari, János Bukovics, Tamás Terék, Zsolt Hajnal, Kristóf Lábán, Gábor Schrimpf, Tibor Udvardy, Gergely Bánó, Gergely Takács – G & B Plan Kft. Mérnökiroda Mérnöki Iroda Kft.
    Electrical engineering: György Kovács, Zoltán Ivanics, Attila Nagy, Balázs Mészáros, András Szabó, Gábor Ónodi, Roland Nagy – Provill Kft., Sándor Tatár, István Erdei – T-Network Kft.
    Landscape architects: Anikó Andor – Land A Kft., Andrea Balogh, Csaba Majoros – 4D Tájépítész Iroda Kft.
    Main contractor: Pedrano Construction Hungary Kft.
    Client: Corvin 4 Ingatlan Fejlesztő Kft., Futureal Csoport