Market Hall – As a Communal Space

Reconstruction of the Hall in Klauzál Square, Budapest

Architect: Zoltán Kun
Text: Sándor Csontó
Photos: József Hajdú

Built precisely 120 years ago, the market hall standing in Klauzál Square features architectural values and an exterior which is by no …

A megújulás jele

Információs pavilon a budapesti Kálvária téren

Építész: Takács Viktor
Szöveg: Okrutay Miklós
Fotók: Hajdú József

Az építészeti tervezés során a természeti, illetve az épített környezet hatásai mellett a társadalmi-szociológiai összefüggések is hasonlóan fontos formáló erővel bírnak. A leendő használók …

Fates in Shadows

Memorial of Forced Labourers in Teleki Square

Sculptor: Dan Reisinger
Text: Hédi Szepes
Photos: József Hajdú

On April 17th, this work of art made by Dan Reisinger, a Hungarian-born artist and designer living in Israel to commemorate forced labourers …

Croissant from Pressburg

New Developments in Bratislava

Text and photos: András Borsos

Formerly a coronation centre, Bratislava shows a new face now in the 21st century. Citydwellers commemorate their age-old ceremonies, but are also proud of their contemporary city. They like walking …

Furnitecture

Hungarian Pavilion at Leipzig Book Fair

Architects: sporaarchitects
Text: Péter Mátrai
Photos: Balázs Danyi

The Hungarian Pavilion at the International Book Fair in Leipzig focussed on a current topic of Hungarian literature, much in the same way it previously …

Ray in the Depth

NRHT Showroom, Bátaapáti

Architects: Dorottya Gőz, Abdel Rahim Chehadé
Text: Bálint Botzheim
Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky

Based in Bátaapáti, NRHT, which is the short for National Radioactive Waste Store, has a visitors’ centre which was completed in 2015 as an …

The Strength of Stone

Remodelling of a Residential Building, Tihany

Architect: László Mikó
Text: Gábor Kerner
Photos: János Szentiváni

Built in the 1930s, the main structure with a saddle roof as well as its exterior is defined by masonry built from quarry stone …

Moderate Approaches

National Heritage Park, Ópusztaszer

Architect: István Murka
Text: Anna Zöldi
Photos: Tibor Zsitva

The National Heritage Park in Ópusztaszer has been enriched with three sincere buildings of various characters reflecting the logic of their individual functions. István Murka, the …

Opening a Gate

Ludovika Campus Boarding School, Budapest

Architects: József Finta, Tamás János Szabó
Text: Eszter Götz
Photos: Tamás Bujnovszky

Embracing Orczy Gardens, the complex contains all the institutions of the National University of Public Service launched in the beginning of 2012. …

Fresh Viticulture

Anonym Winery, Etyek

Architects: István Szövényi, Anna Szövényi
Text: Ferenc Török
Photos: József Hajdú

Wine cellars are the most beautiful architectural relics of the ancient and still live traditions of Hungarian viticulture. In the vineyards of Tokaj, Villány and …

A Scale Found

The Reconstruction of the Town Hall, Visegrád

Architect: Tamás Bártfai
Text: Miklós Okrutay
Photos: József Hajdú

Open from the direction of the River Danube and closed towards the main street of the town, the town hall of Visegrád provides …

An Evolving History

The Restoration of the Castle in Siklós

Architect: Judit Kaló
Text: Tamás Fejérdy
Photos: Judit Kaló, Róbert Hack, Ferenc Tepper

The Castle in Siklós is unique in that it is the only castle in Hungary which has come down …