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  • In Memory of the Master

    Day Nursery, Csillaghegy

    Architect: Ágnes Kravár
    Text: Miklós Sulyok
    Photos: Tibor Zsitva


    „Variations of a Motif by Makovecz”, might as well have been a fitting title for my short article, as the new day nursery in Csillaghegy is a modified version of the one in Búza Street, Makó designed by Imre Makovecz regarding both its floor plan and overall formation. As far as the building in Csillaghegy is concerned, Imre Makovecz won the tender published by the local authority of District 3 Budapest in 2011 and thus went for designs himself but his strength soon failed him and finally asked Diana Mike, a young architect working for his team as an undergraduate. After the death of Makovecz, his long-time fellow architect, Ágnes Kravár took over the project. A peaceful area also in terms of architecture, Csillaghegy is a suburban garden city. The well-proportioned building majestically grows out from the relatively large site and turns with a friendly facade towards the street with its porch outside the entrance gate. Overlooking the elongated U-shaped and porticoed yard, the rooms with educational functions are octagonal, skylit and crowned with a cupola – all of which also feature the baths complex designed by Makovecz in Makó.

    Client: Óbuda-Békásmegyer Önkormányzata
    Project management: Óbuda Városfejlesztő Kht.
    Design: Paralel Építésziroda Kft.
    Main contractor: Kalotherm Zrt.
    Architects: Ágnes Kravár, Diana Mike
    Fellow architect: Géza Benyó
    Structure: László Pongor Pond – Mérnöki Iroda Kft., Gábor Hadnagy
    HVAC: László Szalóky – Kristályklíma Plusz Kft., László Benes, Endre Csiszár, Gergely Marosi
    Electrical engineering: Dezső Sax – Hochplan Kft.
    Interiors: Ágnes Kravár, Diana Mike, László Attila Márton
    Furniture: Miklós Györkös – Bellart Bt.
    Kitchen technology: Béla Fraknói
    Garden: Mónika Buella
    Ceramic tiles: Éva Kun
    Wooden works: László Megyeri