RATIONALITY – PROGRESSION – FUNCTION – COMMUNICATION – ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS

Our goal is to design buildings that have a space-structure, use of materials, method of planning and implementation, architecture and message all governed by a coherent, transparent, rational order. Endeavouring to apply the most up-to-date solutions, design methods and technologies, the foundation stone of our basic principles is progress. We are aware that the primary reason for the creation of a building is the function placed in it, which, in the hope of lastingness, we intend to design to be able to flexibly adapt to the changes occurring over time. The building’s message must faithfully communicate the basic principles of the planning as well as react to the environment established around it. We respect our planet, and we view its protection from those dangers that civilisation causes as our general intellectual responsibility. With environmentally aware specialist know-how we endeavour to minimise the risks caused by the buildings we design.

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Owners


Béla Bánáti

owner, architect

LAJOS HARTVIG DLA

owner, architect

Partners


László Kopasz

partner, architect

Gábor Korintus

partner, architect

Project Architects

Péter Éles

project architect

Éva Kátai

project architect

Noémi Kiss

project architect

Szabolcs Lénárt

project architect

Viktor Nagypál

project architect

Zoló Nyirati

project architect

Ágnes Székely

project architect

Colleagues

Zsuzsa Annus

architect

Emese Bárdi

architect

Csaba Bukta

architect

Mónika Csordás

architect

Tamás Ferencz

architect

Zsófia Góg

assistant office manager

Gergő Kádár

architect

Regina Kurucz

architect

Péter Márkus

architect

Annamária Márton

architect

Eszter Nagy

office manager

Gergely Nagy K.

system administrator

Katalin Náray

architect

Nóra Novotny

architect

Balázs Őry

architect

Szilvia Palkó

architect

Dániel Ritter

architect

Péter Szabó

architect

Szabolcs Szatmári

architect

Ákos Szécsi

architect

Bereniké Tuza

office assistant

Zoltán Vass

architect

Judit Zajacz

architect