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  • The Sanctuary of Methuselah Trees

    The Museum of the Pannon Sea, Miskolc


    Architect: Mihály Rudolf
    Text: András Bán
    Photos: Csaba Szász

    Some of the ancient, 7 million years old trees found in summer, 2007 in Bükkábrány are exhibited in the Ipolytarnóc Fossils Nature Reserve, whilst the four trees transported to the Herman Ottó Museum in Miskolc have proven sensational enough to house a new science wing here. Relying upon the power full call of the Methuselah trees, clients dreamed up a structure reinforcing the new museum function with forms suggesting a tourist „attraction”. However, the wing also had to house further rooms for science shows and education. Hadas Studio was commissioned to design the building inaugurated in November, 2013. Mihály Rudolf architect densely interspersed the new building with symbolic references characteristic of his modest style. The symmetrical structure clad in limestone from Süttő meant in front of the street facade of Herman Ottó Museum was built a level lower, adjusting to the base level of the existing house at the roofline. At first sight, it looks hardly more than a parapet, platform or an ascent staircase. Exhibition rooms take up more than half of the new wing whilst it houses the necessary engineering and service areas and a lecture hall.

    Architect: Mihály Rudolf
    Fellow architects: Endre Szamosi, László Kiser, Péter Dobos, Zoltán Bereczki, Miklós Balogh, Csaba Szász, Katalin Molnár, Judit Fehér, Zoltán Lipták
    Structure: Zoltán Kalydy
    HVAC: Géza Várfalvi
    Electrical engineering: Gábor Münnich
    Outdoor public utilities: István Vas
    Main contractor: Mester- Építő Kft.
    Exhibition: Zsuzsa Molnár