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    Surgery, Révész Street, Budapest
    Budapest Award for Architecture, 2009

    Architect: Csaba Nagy
    Text: Mariann Simon
    Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky

    From the ten-storey prefab houses one can have a full view of the single-storey U-shaped building of the surgery building. In 2007 the local authority decided it was time to have it reconstructed and updated. Launched as a reconstruction, the project evolved into a complete remodelling. Preserved as a surgery for children and adults, it has been enriched with a number of new functions and thus now houses the all-night surgery for children and adults, an infectious ward, a district nurses’ surgery as well as the pharmacy previously attached to the structure. The new design made the best use of this free-standing development: the three main components – two surgeries and a pharmacy – open from the primary direction of access from Révész Street, but also the new functions have now entrances of their own on the lateral facades. The waiting rooms have been moved into the centre, and even though they receive enough light through the skylights, their space tends to widen out here and there toward the cortiles revealing green areas if we look in their directions.

    Architects: Nagy Csaba, Niszler Katalin, Benedek Botond, Archi-kon Kft.
    Structure: Pintér Tibor, Ékiterv Kft.
    Landscape: Szakács Barnabás , Szabó Franciska, Lépték-Terv Tájépítész Iroda
    Installation: Sor Zoltán, Kiss József, PhQ Kft.
    Electrical engineering: Dorgai Károly, KA-TE Kft.
    Medical technology: Bondor Gabriella, Kanosik Ilona, Mediproject-Plusz Kft.
    Contractor: Allegro Kft.
    Client: Budapest Főváros XIII. ker. Önkormányzat Polgármesteri Hivatala