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    Esterházy Etyeki Mansion Winery, Etyek

    Architect: Péter Bordás
    Text: Zoltán Dragon
    Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky


    Recently inaugurated, the building of Esterházy Mansion Etyek is an exciting experiment of reinterpreting local traditions and embedding them into contemporary context. The atmosphere of the Öreg-hegy („Old Hill”) region in Etyek is dominated by the tiny press-houses hiding among vineyards. The new building reflects the scale typical of its environment as a unique interpretation whilst also integrating the existing small cellar building and the press-house. Building blocks of various heights and dimensions are strung along in a playful way just like the loops of a chain. Small-size gabled roofs reappear not only to evoke the atmosphere of a village and the views of old press-houses, but also to mark the most important places of the building. The winery by BORD Architects’ Studio in Etyek takes no stand in the controversy between tradition and chic, but represents both tendencies owing to its reliance upon modern materials on the one hand, and local traditions and viticulture on the other.

    General design: BORD Építész Stúdió
    Leading architect: Péter Bordás
    Fellow architects: Róbert Benke, Imre Bődi, Annamária Holovits, Ildikó Pém, Júlia Szendrői, Tamás Tolvaj
    Structure: Szabolcs Fekete
    Landscape: András Kuhn – Táj- és kertépítész Iroda Kft.