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    Emerald Residence, Budapest

    Architects: Alfréd Peschka, Bertalan Nemes, Tamás Csernik
    Text: Zoltán Dragon
    Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky

    Baroque-style St Anna’s Church in downtown Pest received a revivalist Renaissance facade in the 1870s when a three-storey convent house and two-storey bazaars were also built next to it. The structure was seriously damaged by bombs demolishing the adjacent Servite convent. A telecommunication centre was built to replace it in the 1970s which was connected with the church with a narrow member containing offices. In 2018 a new stage started, and this architectural connection was destroyed. Designers with Óbuda Architects Studio, Alfréd Peschka, Bertalan Nemes, Tamás Csernik and Norbert Kákóczki designed it with various approaches and thus predate this square in a period when it had still been possessed by the Servite order. The new simple pierced facade free from archaization does not reveal itself at once. The modules of the main facade evoke the old convent, its mass and triple articulation is a reflection of the bulk of the church without the tower. The braced glass expanse installed between the two structures evoke the facade of the former convent with the tools of graphic art.

    Client: Biggeorge Property
    General architecture: Óbuda Építész Stúdió Kft., ügyvezető: Gábor Lipcsei
    Leading architects: Alfréd Peschka, Bertalan Nemes, Tamás Csernik
    Project director, architect: Zsolt Miklóshalmi
    Fellow architects: Norbert Kákóczki, Tamás Remenár, Krisztina Gyulai, Kornélia Kovács, Csilla Lipcsei, Zoltán Nagy
    Consultant: Tamás Dévényi
    Structure: József Almási Dr., Péter Varvasovszky
    HVAC: György Pavlics
    Electrical engineering: Gábor Kun, Viktor Szalai
    Weak current: András Riztl
    Framework: Horváth László
    Fire protection: Lajos Gábor Takács Dr. 
    Garden: Kinga Csaba