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  • Order – House

    Open-Air School on the Benedictine Order, Táp

    Architect: Robert Gutowski
    Text: András Krizsán
    Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky

    Fotó: Bujnovszky Tamás

    Fotó: Bujnovszky Tamás

    Social and economic transformations taking place in the past few decades, and especially the losses affecting villages first of all entailed the loss of traditions. As a result of changing social and economic tendencies the traditional vernacular culture of the peasantry and thus the uprooting of self-sustaining rural communities after millennia, aging villages pushed to the periphery and abandoned have mushroomed.
    Róbert Gutowski chose such an abandoned and vacant parsonage building when designing a new community house for groups of guests visiting the local Benedictine Secondary Grammar-School in Táp. Tradition and invention, the past and present reality of the village entered into a smart and sincere dialogue. The designer correctly observed and interpreted that revival is more important than the canonized heritage adjusting to strict laws now. With heart-felt faith and trust in the freedom of the soul he approached building standing unoccupied for a long time. The building as we have it now is the fruit of inspiring and artistic utilization.

    Leading architect: Robert Gutowski – Gutowski Építész Kft.
    Fellow architects: Barnabás Dely-Steindl, Hunor László Kovács
    Structure: István Kerek, Tamás Pintér, Gábor Balázs, Ferenc Sziklai
    HVAC: László Lakner
    Electrical engineering: Dóra Pintérné Kolb
    Fire protection: Ferenc Mikus
    Kitchen technology: Árpád Rátonyi
    Client: Dr. Asztrik Várszegi archabbot, Titusz Hardi director, Magyar Bencés Kongregáció Pannonhalmi Főapátság
    Project maganer: Kristóf Pálffy-Józsa
    Main contractor: Péter Csikár, Euro Generál Zrt.
    Control: Sándor Beck, É.S.Beck Kft.