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    Buffalo Broods and educational trail, Sándorfalva

    Architects: Paradigma Ariadné
    Text: Anett Mizsei
    Photos: Attila Róbert Csóka, Szabolcs Molnár

    An arch with a 500-metre radius cuts across the reeds on the margins of Sándorfalva with a length of 500 metres. Design was started five years ago by Paradigma Ariadné. Several other study trails and facilities of ecotourism have been built in the country since then, however, all of them lack the powerful conceptual contents which the Buffalo Broods mediates. The buffalos are the key to the rehabilitation of the local ecosystem. The chore of the functional programme actually arises from this agricultural-ecological need: a stable is needed to provide some extent of protection and also storage space for keeping the animals here. This was also a pretext for architects to work out and integrate what they think of the relations between humans, the landscape and time. The study trail built from arched wooden floorboards connects the local fishing pond and the entrance to the open beach. The choreography of touring the area is a critical translation of slowing down as opposed to the perception of the country of people who travel on the highway at an inhuman speed.

    Architects: Paradigma Ariadné
    Structure: János Hegedűs
    Client: Sándorfalva Municipality
    Main contractor: Fa-ker Sped Kft.