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    Tornyai János Museum, Hódmezővásárhely

    Architect: Péter Vesmás
    Text: Csaba Masznyik
    Photos: Márton Varga

    The Architects of the Szeged Space and Form have been making plans and designs for Hódmezővásárhely for over twenty years now and thus know and feel the town quite well. Their concept design for the revitalization of the environment of the Tornyai Museum has been on blueprint for years. Meanwhile resources made available via two subsequent EU tenders made it possible to realize it. In the first phase they designed the new entrance building next to the brick-faced main building of the museum, whilst in the second one the store rooms on the corner of the block and the museum garden so as to almost double the area of the museum before the conversion. The program and the necessary store dimensions were calculated in cooperation with the staff of the museum. The three-storey ferroconcrete „tube” in the basement houses a store of spectacles in individual store units, the ground-floor embraces a foyer and a library, whilst the upper floor is an undivided exhibition space. The facades of the new structures reveal textures imitating earth and clay: they rate as unique works of applied arts by Nándor V. Nagy restorer who made them by mixing facework finishes familiar from the building industry in cooperation with architects.

    Architect: Péter Vesmás
    General architecture: Tér és Forma Kft.
    Fellow architects: Rómeó Fontos, Ildikó Zákányi, György Sipos, Anna Simó, Bence Góg, Gergely Egedi, Viktor Vig, Zoltán Priskin
    Structure: László Lakatos – Szerkezet és Forma Kft.
    Technical installations: Attila Bodó, Tamás Tábory – Domi Épületgépészet Kft.
    Electrical engineering: Antal Papp – Intenzitás Kft.
    Public utilities: Endre Udvardy
    Sculptures: Nándor Nagy
    Client: Hódmezővásárhely Önkormányzat
    Main contractor: Építészmester Zrt.