Junction of Krúdy Gyula utca and Mikszáth tér, in a neighborhood locally known as Palotanegyed (literally Palace Quarter), at the heart of Budapest's District VIII. After the succesfull facade reconstruction of this 105-year old, protected condominium building, I was responsible for the entrance hall from re-designing to the permit procedure, as well as for defining the restoration and replacement processes by the harmonization of original blueprints with new element designs.
Perched on a steep hill – once a vineyard, nowadays more of a wild forest –, this house is designed in a spot currently occupied by a commercial building. Fully adhering to the contours of the existing structure, the blueprints also allow for winter use. No public utilities other than electricity are available on the plot. If the project does go into construction, the building will need to be near-autonomous.