Campus in Kecskemet

Campus in Kecskemet, Hungary

Design: Lima Design, Architects

The shape of the buildings is in a modern organic form, located within an existing park with 50 year-old trees. A special blind system connects into the intelligent electrical system.

Long Brick House in Hungary property

Long Brick House in Hungary

Long Brick House in Pilisborosjeno, Pest County,: Hungarian residential development – design by Foldes Architects – Pilisborosjeno residence, Hungary brick property: contemporary residential building in Pest County: architecture, architect info + photos

Sauflon Centre Of Innovation 1

Sauflon Centre of Innovation, Hungary

Design: Foldes Architects

The ethereal centre of innovation project, unveiled in Hungary, stands for the mutual inspiration of science, technology and art. A twenty four meter passage surrounded by the reflections of reflections. Foldes Architects involved a glass sculptor to compose the illusion effects engaging the visual notion of all visitors.

Kemenes Volcanopark Visitor Center in Hungary

Kemenes Volcanopark Visitor Center, Hungary

The iconic Kemenes Volcanopark Visitor Center lies 200 km West of the capital Budapest, and has been realised following a national architectural contest announced in 2009 by the Celldomolk City Council, when Foldes Architects celebrated their winning entry from the competing 44 projects.

H House in Sóskút Hungary

H House Sóskút – Hungary Residence

The 3 hectare-site is located 20 km from Budapest at the end of a small village. The 196 sqm building stands on the edge of the flat part of the land facing to the forest on the sloping part. The ground plan is created by using a reinforced concrete modular system made of a 12 sqm units.

New Generation Centre Hungary Building

New Generation Centre Hungary Building

The main building of Zanka’s New Generation Headquarters was originally built in the 1970s. Its 7-storey high tower represents a Modernist approach and was built in the Internationalist style typical of the period. Its simple, limestone-covered cube was a dominant item of the seasonally changing region of Balaton-Highlands.