House in Budakeszi

Tamás Mórocz designed a house in the inner part of Budakeszi, Hungary. The  settlement is characterized by buildings with pitched roofs perpendicular to the street; made often with  a porch  and  with  an  intimate garden beside and  at the back of the building. The neatness and the simple purity of the Swabian villages is a noticable feature of the settlement today. The house is a transcription of a building with pitched roof and porch.  Houses of this kind connect to their Read more […]
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House in a Hungarian Town

Polla Bauer and András Ónodi designed this building, in a suburb area surrounded by vineyards, with sharp contour and discrete elegance that stands our immediately from the neighborhood. Project description: Intercepted into the slope the house constitutes a two-storey elevation towards the street, which becomes one-storey at the back due to the inclination and the gable roof moved from the centre. The symmetry of the street facade may trigger tension first, which is relieved by the lean-to Read more […]
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Mak Bistro

Interior design studio Designfocus projected this contemporary bistro with simple material in Budapest. There concept is of a culinary style that is traditional combined with a contemporary influence. The family orientated square is stylishly designed in order to show the inherent materials that bring out artistic value and style. The traditional structure is visible revealing the stone and old wooden surfaces. The designer has carefully chosen ways to reveal the beauty of the materials. The Read more […]
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