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  • The House of Life

    Fresenius Nephrological Centre, Budapest

    Architect: Marosi Miklós
    Text: Götz Eszter
    Photos: Hajdú József

    The harmful effects of civilization tend to cause more and more cases of kidney disease in town-dwellers’ bodies bombarded by poisons. At least every other person affected thus in Hungary is treated now by the instruments and according to instructions of the German company named Fresenius specialized in equipment for nephritic patients. Having outgrown its building for a long time now, the Hospital in Péterfy Sándor Street has a new one for its overcrowded dialysis centre and thus Hungarian medicine has been also enriched with a complex medical centre. It was opened at the beginning of 2010 but its reconstruction has not yet been finished. Miklós Marosi chief architect adjusted to the ever changing conditions with rarely seen flexibility and openness whilst also sticking to a condition of his own: the interior design must not influence the exterior appearance, the interior proportions or the overall spatial impression.

    Leading architect: Marosi Miklós – KÖZTI Zrt.
    Fellow architects: Sebő István, Simkó Gábor
    Interior design: Kerecsényi Zsuzsa
    Structure: Váczi Péter
    Installations: Lukács Tamás, Szabó István
    Electrical engineering: Tóth Bertalan
    Landscape, garden: Havassy Gabriella
    Public utilities: Szalkai Béláné
    Medical technology: Dr.Nagy Józsefné – KORTEX Kft, Kerese János – PROCONT Kft
    Client: Fresenius Medical Care Magyarország Kft
    Main contractor: Bitu-Bau Építőipari Kft