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    The Filling Station of Messer Hungarogáz in Budapest

    Architect: Géza Kendik
    Text: Péter Haba
    Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky

    Operating on the site of the former Oxygen Works in Váci út, Messer Hungarogáz made a decision back in 2008 to replace the structures of the gas-producing works and the filling station erected in the early 1950s with new ones in a spirit of of a total technological renewal. Commissioned to make the designs for this project, Géza Kendik and his fellow designers, Árpád Vilics and Orsolya Maza noted whilst analyzing the facilities that the buildings are suitable to house the new production and filling procedures after the necessary renovations, the reconstruction of engineering systems and extension. They also realized that this complex is a valuable one considering both structural-functional and formal aspects as it is a characteristic example of the „childhood” of Hungarian industrial architecture, the extensive „attack” of industrialization following the war.

    Generáltervező: A4 Stúdió Kft.
    Vezető tervező: Kendik Géza
    Építész munkatárs: Vilics Árpád, Maza Orsolya
    Statika: László Viktor – Konstruaterv Kft.
    Gépészet: Pál Gábor – Kőrös-Consult Kft.
    Elektromosság: Tóth Zoltán – Planet Kft.
    Tűzvédelem: Segesdi Ferenc
    Környezetvédelem: Balázsné Lampert Zsuzsa
    Kertépítészet: Preszter Márta
    Beruházó: MESSER Hungarogáz Kft.