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  • „I am Counting the Minutes of Joy Only”

    A Detached House near Sóskút

    Architect: Tamás Dévényi
    Text: Krisztián Dudics
    Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky

    The masas formation of the house was seemingly limited by the regulations of development: actually they catalyzed the process of thinking which aimed at the formal appearance very simple and stripped anyway. We can see now a single-storey longish mass positioned northeast-northwest topped with a simple pitched roof with inclination typical of the Hungarian countryside bearing the proportions of vernacular architecture anyway. However, the roof is not above the horizontal plan in an axially symmetrical way, but is sideways organized onto it, leaving a wide porch without pillars on the south-eastern side. By repeating and multiplying a floorplan unit of 12m2 and the structural frame of ferroconcrete – which remotely evokes the method of Japanese spatial organization with the coordination of spatial components – it actually creates the framework for human activities and the colourful and versatile, mobile life of the family.

    Építész: Dévényi Tamás
    Építész munkatársak: Kovács István, Mihály Eszter, Takács Orsolya, Vadász Viktor
    Tájtervező: Bogner Zsuzsa