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farmers market - Bp Nagymező utca 5. - 2009

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DRAWING

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movable store furniture - 2008

remake of a Thonet chair - 2007

FURNITURE DESIGN

exhibited: Ponton galery, Budapest awards: MOME rector’s award 2011, Árkay award 2011 - nomination: Média építészeti díja

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Déli pályaudvar - rehabilitation of the Southern Station of Budapest - 2011 thesis work

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morass research lab - Szőce, Őrség - 2010 Prima Primissima junior award, 2011

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MilanOpen, the cultural transport of Via Padova - Milan, Italy - 2010 exhibited: ASSAB ONE, Milan, Italy

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dormitory for medical students - Bp.Markusovszky square - 2009

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rooftop house - Bp. Hollósi Simon street - 2008

FABRIC 2.0 parametric design workshop - 2009 exhibited: MOME, N&N gallery, Budapest

youth accomodation in Csórompuszta - 2008

ARCHITECTURE

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cv GENERAL INFORMATIONS:

LANGUAGES:

Name: Adress: Mobile: E-mail: Date/place of birth: Nationality: Portfolio:

English: fluent in writing reading and understanding German: intermediate certificate, good understanding, but hard to speak and to write Italian: beginner

Mónus Noémi Budapest, Hungary, 1238. Grassalkovich út 110a 0036 30 6044240 monusmimi@gmail.com 1983. 09. 27, Debrecen, Hungary hungarian http://issuu.com/monusmimi/docs/monusmimi2011

STUDIES: 1990-1998 1998-2000 2000-2005 2005-2006 2010 feb. 2010 march-july 2006-2011

Microsoft office programe package, Photoshop, InDesign, Autocad, Sketchup, Corell Draw, recently learning 3D programs

PUBLICATIONS: Elementary school Pogány Frigyes Billingual School of Architecture - in german language - architectural technician Schuleck Frigyes Billingual School of Architecture - architectural technician Corvin Drawingschool - drawing,painting, architectural design, modelling, sculpturing University for Foreigners/Universita per Stanieri di Perugia - Perugia, Italy - italian language Politechnico di Milano - Milan, Italy - Interior design Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design - MOME - architectural designer

JOBS: 2004-2006 Profit and Loss Kft - administrative works - Budapest 2009 masterplan for a floating city in Siófok, Balaton, Hungary - for Egedesign 2008 summer Galleria San Giorgio - Portofino, Italy - painting 2009 july.-2010 jan. Sporaarchitects - modelling, organizer work 2009 interior design for a plastic surgery in Érd, Hungary - under construction 2011 apr.-2012 jan. Sziget-com Zrt - designing and making technical drawings about radiotechnical stations 2012 feb - may A4 Architecture Studio - architecture designer 2012 may Sporaarchitects - architecture designer

COMPETITIONS, WORKSHOPS, AWARDS, EXHIBITIONS: 2006 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012

COMPUTER SKILLS:

Freud installation in Budapest - Andrássy street - competition for the Austrian Cultural Forum - 1. prize I love Budapest, city colouring competition - 3. prize - exhibited in Dorottya Gallery, Budapest 2006 Souvenir Design Workshop - MOME - exhibited in Ponton Gallery - co-operation of British Council Fabric 2.0 Parametric Design Workshop and Exhibition - MOME, N&N Gallery OPEN NEIGHBORHOOD, Via Padova - Quartiere aperto, group exhibition, ASSAB ONE Gallery, Milan, Italy thesis exhibition - Ponton Gallery - Rehabilitation of the Southern Station of Budapest Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design rector’s award - for the thesis project Árkay award - the thesis award of the 12th. district of Budapest Media Prize for Architetcure - nomination Junior Prima award in architectural design chategory - for the ‘morass research lab’ design 1% artistique Médiatheque de DINARD competition, contemporary fineart installation - Dinard, France together with László Taubert and Barbara Sipos sculptors Shelters for all competition - shelter design for homelesses - participant together with Zsuzska Mészáros architect Helsinki Central Library competition - in A4 Studio - lead architecture designer

2005 2011

OCTOGON - Architecture and design magazine, 2005/6, Kukucskáló, stég, bábgödör Építészfórum - Déli pályaudvar, átalakítás és rehabilitáció - http://epiteszforum.hu/node/19246 daily hungarian architecture magazine

OTHER INTERESTS: book binding, travelling, riding the bike in the city, good music, good concerts, good films, painting, drawing


architecture


YOUTH ACCOMODATION Csórompuszta Valley of Arts Festival Hungary 2008

This farm is a very bellowed accommodation for the youth during the art festival of Kapolcs, but there is not enough sleeping place, shower and toilet. This accommodation building built for maximum 30 people, with one big public space, with an opened kitchen, with a sleeping place for boys and girls together and with bathrooms. It was very important for me to save the values and the characteristics of the neighbourhood, but also I wanted to create something fresh and youthfull building. My building connect with the ruin wall of the farm and with a little back gate of the farm, and this connection create a nice garden in the middle of my building. In Csórompuszta live some permanent inhabitants also, and i wanted to save their peace. For this reason is opened every door to out of the farm, and all the out frontages are full of inside coloured doors, what try to break the building’s monotonity.

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FABRIC 2.0

parametric design workshop MOME N&N Gallery 2009

On the workshop we were acquaninted to the digitaly and manualy appliable basics of parametric design. The primary unit used by us was plastic glass. The glasses were manipulated and organized into physical systems via folding, cutting, glueing and pinning. The secondary paper, respectively digital units evolve via observation and mapping of behaviours and performative qualities of the systems evolved and the initial units. The secondary units then reorganize into structure with a basis of the enviroment of the new laws of physics and the new material. The evolving structures are not only effected by the laws of physics and the qualities of the building units. We worked with processes of searching forms and generating forms, looking for systems and being more as a system than a more totality of its parts. The solution is not exclusively of the initial design problem but a forward pointing design with new possibilities inside.

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ROOFTOP HOUSE HollĂłsi Simon steet, Budapest 2008

Our project was to plan a family house on a rooftop of a two-storey house. The neighbourhood is quiet, there is a park in front of the house and a garden behind the house. Standing on the house the trees seems to be knee-high and there is a new perspective from above. On one side we can only see the trees, on the other side we can see rooftops, chimneys, antennas. The whole neighbourhood was built in the ’30-s. My aim was to keep the flair of the neighbourhood and to make the best of this rooftop-situation. The new rooftop-shelter has to be a territory of great value with a real life in it.

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The residents of the house is a young couple with a 10 year old child. The inside of the house is structured by rooms on different floors and a bathroom. The bathromm dives deep into the space, the room only for the child is beside it and under it. There is space for studying and playing too. The bedroom of the child is one floor higher. The kitchen is beside the chimney. The upper room wich dives not into the roof is the bedroom of the parents. The three room is bounded with the staircase. These boxes structure the space on the rooftop too, for example you can sit on the lowest box. The facade continues homogenically the old house’s facade. In front of the windows there are convertible perforated sheets, this is the material of the boxes also.


DORMITORY FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS Markusovszky square Budapest 2009.

Our project is a dormitory for medical students in the heart of Budapest, in a park in front of the University. The site is bounded by the back of the next house, a busy road and the park. My goal was the optimal connection to the neighbour house, and the optimal sunlight and making good conditions for community life.

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The rooms: Every room is two-storey, each store is 2,5 meters high. The sleeping rooms for one person are connected with a study-room for 2,3 or 4 person, and a bathroom. There are 2 meters distance between the blocks so the sunlight can penetrate to the inside of the building, but it is protected from the neighbours (see next page). Every rooms is connected to public or private terraces. The kitchens: The kitchen-dinnig room is between the blocks, connected to the public t erraces (on the modells: blue blobs). Dining plays the main role because it is the main community activity. While the bedrooms are two-storey and only 2,5 m high, the kitchen is 5 m high. The contact with the terrace makes the networking of the students more easier. The sunlight gets into the kitchens trough the openings between the rooms.


The building: The building stands on colums, the street level can take place shops or restaurants open for everyone. The stairs and the lift begin from this level. The building is detached from the neighbour house with an outside staircase and a mechanical room. As the house is getting taller it secedes more and more from the neighbour house. On the upper floors the staircase is within the building. The dormitory is orientated to the sunlight, fresh air and view with terraces. So the dorm society can communicate too. The kitchens and much of the rooms attach to the public terraces. The private terraces are between the rooms looking at the main street and the rooms looking at the neighbour house. The inside of the house is for community, it’s function is not predetermined. The only specified function is the kitchen. The house has its own plasticity the community cab personalize it. The sunlight gets into this inside area trough the spaces between the rooms. This area is 5 meters high because of the two-storey private rooms.


FARMERS MARKET Nagymező street 5. Budapest 2009

Andrássy street

Commerce is a space-demanding human need occupying the two basic architectural types of space: open and closed spaces.

Paulay Ede street

embracing houses the site: Nagymező street 5.

The site is near “Budapest Broadway”, the theater area of Budapest. It was part of the project that everybody could choose the function of their site. I chose to build a farmers’ market. The aim is the creation of a place where, unlike in ever more popular hyper- and supermarkets, food and other products can be bought directly from the growers. Although there are several market halls and places in the downtown of Budapest, most of these sell imported goods. Besides making the most of the conditions of the place, the point of the project is to develop a kind of shopping culture which is gradually disappearing while hyper- and supermarkets are rapidly taking its place. Also giving space to theatres, musicians, and even jurisdiction, markets have been the heart of the European culture for centuries.

Nagymező street

Király street

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2 first idea cubes = shops spread upwards a vertical market space

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3 realization of the first idea with a pedestrian system

aquiring space for a market hall

5 variation of first idea: markethall duplication

the

6 new philosophy: the underground spreading of the market, following the course of the street and occupying the space of the underground garage

The market can grow and spread under the ground, following the shape of the building site instead of the course of the street, growing up until the first floor, thus allowing of more greenspace and walkways in the street and enough space for parking and the transportation of goods under it.

The site’s character contradicts the function of a market. It only has one end open to the street and it is really narrow but long, which are the very reasons for the market’s need for vertical spreading. But, observing the main characteristics of a healthy market, it is easy to realize that vertical spreading is in sharp contrast to the original function of a market. Considering a roofed market hall, the market is an integral part of the street, streaming freely as a space filling public function. The number of vendors is continuously pulsating with a need for double or triple the space at weekends or holidays. Under Nagymező street there is a large but long-forgotten garage lying unused, which could also be made use of when expanding the market hall. It would also be possible to open a new entrance from the direction of Paulay street as the rear neighboring house is a community office building. Thus the site could work as a three-storey passage with an open air market hall at the underground level, a passage and some stores on the ground floor, and small buffets and restaurants on the first. The plan is based on the plan of making of Nagymező street into a pedestrian street.


section 1.

section 2.

opened canvas roof

facade

roof closed canvas roof entrance from Paulay street 1. restaurants street

0. passage, street

street

-1. market hall

1. floor -1. market 0. passage, street 1. restaurants , wood cover shops, metal cover

Andrássy street entrance from Paulay street market Nagymező street greenplant surfaces

0. passage, street -1. market Paulay Ede street

utca

0. passage, wood cover

shops, metal cover

-1. market level shops, metal cover

-1. market, brick cover

The new construction is trying to adjust to its environment. The underground marketplace, stuck between two brick firewalls, continues the lining of the two brick firewalls, lending the market a nice homogeneous look. The floating walkways have a wooden paneling, and the shops are made of metal. All the market hall is built onto a steel framework of columns providing a mobile roof. This means that in case of good weather the market is open to the sky, but when it is raining or the sunshine in dangerously strong, the canvas roof is closed. Since the street is going to function as a walking street in the future, green surfaces will be designed to correspond to the market’s openings, and one lane will remain for the trolley bus.


the cultural transport system of Via Padova Via Padova Milan, Italy 2010 co-designer: Fenyvesi Borbála ASSAB ONE Gallery Milan OPEN NEIGHBOURHOOD exhibition

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Most of the immigrants in Europe live in Milan. From its 1,7 million inhabitants 180 000 are immigrant. The site is Via Padova in the second district of Milan, where 29 000 imigrants live. Italians only come here when they really need to. The closed community is divided into even more closed ethnical communities with this groups don’t have any connection with eachother. For this reason the delinquency is really high, because of the clash of the different ethnical groups. The essence of the project is to help for the communities to be closer to eachother. The Via Padova is 4km long street, where aren’t cultural places, there is just a park, what is closed from the street with a wall. Every community has his own shops and cafes in this area. The plan try to activate this neighbourhood all street long, where the only one transportation is the bus line 56. The bus, and the bus stops are the only places on the street where the different nationalities can meet. Therefore we built a cultural transport system, where every pair of bus stops get new cultural functions. These are for example: exhibition stop, game stop, library stop, or the spice stop. The bus stops get permanent functions, and the empty shops are temporary. The empty shops connected to the system too. In a kind of society like this, the system can’t work without an organizer group (see below).


theater, concert or closed

cinema, projection

studio box

system of temporary events the chairs and the stage

temporary design for the empty shops The system has 3 elements: studio box, chairs and fences. Every element is movable, you can move it from shop to shop. The system get space, where a shop become empty, and it stays till somebody rent it again. The elements can move also to the street, when there is a bigger event or a festival. From chairs you v贸can build a stage or a wall, it depends from the claim. In the studio box are all the things what you need for the show, computer, sound technic, projector, etc. The fence protect the people from the traffic and from the walkers.

facade of a shop

when there are no events

floor plan - shop and street

when there is a theater, music, or cinema in the shop

the fence

temporary elements - permanent elements

when the event need bigger space

in bigger fests on the street


permanent design - bus stop elements - SPICE üzenőfal

From the 3 elements the message wall and the video booth are in every bus stop, and the spice walls give the characteristic of this stop. The spice is different in every nation’s life, everywhere have a different character. In this bus stop we use this idea to make better connection between the ethnical groups.

temporary elements - permanent elements

STOP

In the spice walls you can find spice from the nationalities who live in the street, and naturally are take away. The free surfaces are to share information, about the spices, or how was the food with it, or for recipes. Every bus stop works like a “live Facebook” system. The video booth and the message wall are both have online and offline surfaces to share information, here you can write, draw or advertise.

spice wall

video booth


when there is a concert or theater

floor plan

facade - when the shop is closed

the bus stop

the empty shop when there is a projection

facade - when the shop is open

temporary

permanent

permanent and temporary - THE

FINAL PLAN


endless quantity

MORASS RESEARCH LAB

nearly endless quantity

Szőce Őrség, Hungary 2010 prima junior award 2011

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Szőce is a village in Őrség, in west Hungary. Near the village is the morass what survived the ice age. The unique microclimate of the area could save this special enviroment. This special climate due to the animal husbandry, what is a thousand years old tradition of the territory. The soil isn’t good enough to grow plants, therefore the animal husbandry was the main activity in the Őrség area. The regular mowing, and the grazing animals destroyed most of the forests, and for this reason could develop a special climate for the morasses. Sometimes in august after a hot day, the temperature goes under 0 degree. Some plants and animals live just in this area in the world. 50-60 years ago this climate began to be in danger. The nationalization of the agriculture stoped the animal husbandry in the area. The mowing stoped also, and forests began to grow again, therefore the morasses were in danger, and the landscape totally changed. The morass of Szőce is the last intact survived morass of the Őrség, the maintence of the place now is artificial, in every year 2 times mow a special youth organization. The research lab is near the morass, but the tiny little house is in a really bad condition, and also can’t serve the function perfectly. The researchers need a new house, what give new opportunities not just for the research, but also for the youth camps, lectures, and exhibitions.


FACADE WITHOUT STRAW BALES

BUILDING PROCESS site plan - at present

in the time of construction

after demolish

CONNECTION BETWEEN THE NEW AND THE OLD HOUSE The machines can’t go to the morass, and to the area, for this reason the usual building system are not allowed here. I needed to develop a new site specific system. The forest near the morass is full of with acacia tree, what is unhealthy for this special environment. The root of the acacia produce nitrate, what dries the soil, therefore is dangerous for the morass. The plan of the forestry is to destroy the acacia, and 10 meters from the forest. In this way the morass has space and conditions to grow. The acacia can be a good building material, and also can solve the problem of the transportation. Near the wood I can use the materials of the old house, and the straw too, therefore I don’t need any transportable materials. The other important element of the project is the settling. One part of the ground is flat, here is the old house. The other part is running up, on this part are apple trees. To this running up part I imagined the new research lab, and on the flat part the morass can grow more. The new house is between the 2 part of the forest, and the house and the forest together create a continouos ‘wall’. The settling of the new house conform to the old house, in the time of building the old and the new houses can work together like one entity. The closed, roofed spaces are minimal, I gave enough space for everything, but not more than the minimum. In this way most of the comlex is openair, and there can be enough space to store the straw bales. The bales are temporary building elements, what can create new spaces for the house, for example for the youth camp, These spaces can change from time to time, it depends what are the actual needs. FASSADE WITH STRAW BALES


FLOORPLAN

DETAILS - order of layers 1

slate cover

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5 cm planks shodown

5x5 cm battening

2x15x20 cm framework

20x20 cm framework

35 cm straw bale

35 cm straw bale

15x15 cm frame

wapour - permeable film

5 cm planks shodown

20x20 cm framework

apple tree

bedrooms

SECTION

laboratory researcher’s room 1

water suplies

openable surface for bale changing mixed wall decking

presentation space kitchen ladder

ladder deck

openable surface for bale changing 2


railroads from Déli station

1861

1945

1962

1977

2011 railroads of the 3 main stations of Budapest

The Southern Railway station is the third biggest station in the country. After the 1930’s the MÁV (Hungarian railways) was thinking about, and thinking nowadays too, to move the station to the suburb area of Buda. My opinion is to not move a 150 years old railway infrastructure. The site have a unique panorama to the hills and the castle of Buda, and the station have the deepest contact with the Balaton lake from all the stations of Budapest. I think here is a really good opportunity to save the station and give a new touristic function for it. In this way the Southern Station can be the gate for our most amazing touristic sites. My aim wasn’t to build a station but I wanted to design a public space, where the travel is integral part of the place. In this way can get space new funtcions like a farmers market, commercial functions, or cultural functions of the waiting room. Near the new public functions was really important to save the character of the original station. In 1962 handed over the new building, and in 1977 enlarged the same architect, György Kőváry, with a metro station, underground passage, and a new office building for the MÁV. After the enlargement the station saved the original character. I continue this process in 2011, in this way the evolution of the building will be a visual process of time. From the 3 level high intermodal junction of György Kőváry I make one level, therefore I can loose some disturbing element, like the underground passage, or the lot of dark and depressing spaces.

INTRANSZMAS headquaters

‘long house’

DÉLI PÁLYAUDVAR: REHABILITATION OF THE SOUTHERN STATION OF BUDAPEST Magyar Jakobinusok square Budapest 2011 thesis project MOME rector’s award Árkay award

planned railroads

Média price of architecture -nomination

PRESENT CONDITIONS from Alkotás street

DEMOLISHING DEMOLISHING

cashier block

underground level CONSTRUCTING

- 2 ‘long house’ ceiling =

+1 markethall

- 1 cashier block ceiling =

+ inner height

+1 ground filling

one level high intermodal junction

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- 1 underground passage =

open air pedestrian system

+1 roofing

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+1 level for the city life

+1 waiting room

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+ urban and public functions

+ buildings

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+ commercial functions

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commercial functions stair Alkotás street INTRANSZMAS headquarters

inner promenade

park

INTRANSZMAS headquarters

waiting room, cleawing old cashier’s spiral staircase

ripping cultural functions

commercial functions

old cashier’s spiral staircase

inner promenade

platform area

cachier

waiting rooms

old cashier’s spiral staircase

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cleawing new roof

vertical transport

market ‘long house’

‘longhouse’ markethall the roof of the old waiting room

Márvány street

Krisztina boulevard

+2 - siteplan - rooftop

the roof of the old waiting

vertical transport

the roof of the old waiting room

vertical transport

vertical transport long house market

subway entrance

Vérmező park

+1 - siteplan - cleawings

subway entrance old cashier, spiral staircase

bicycle parking

stair

0 - siteplan - railway area

INTRANSZMAS headquarters

commercial buildings

waiting rooms

facade from Alkotás street

parking entrance

Márvány street

level Alkotás street

facade from Krisztina boulevard

level of Krisztina boulevard

vertical transport

parking entrance

vertical transport

long house market

the roof of the old waiting room


The most characteristic element of the plan is the new roof of the station. It begins from the old ceiling and it ends in the level of Márvány street. The long is 650 meters, and the highest point is 15 meters.The perforation of the roof follows the line of the railway, the view from the station level will be a never ending structure. The new roof’s function isn’t to hide the station,but is more to lifting it up. It gives a new level for the city. The railway following structure has two cleawings with public functions. From the roof tore out the long building, what has a new market function. It is a gigantic long and narrow space. like an aquarium, with a lot of colours and smell of fruits, vegetables and spices. The transformed building is visible from the space of the station and from the rooftop too.

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Alkotás street Krisztina blv

parking

The functioning of the station have to change also. The train service and the public transport of the city works in one space, because the entrance of the metro and the platforms are in the same level.In this way not just the travelers use this space, but the citizens too. The ticket office system is newly organized. In the end of every pair of platforms are a ticket box with four cash desks. There are 5 boxes, and 20 cash desks. In the boxes are also resting room for the workers of the train. It can be so easier to buy the ticket directly near the train.

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commercial functions

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bicycle parking

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Alkotás street

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Magyar jakobinusok square

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roofing

2

inner promenade

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vertical transport

10

old cashier, caracole

14

Vérmező park

18

light hole

3

platforms

7

communicating space with pillars

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subway entrance

15

markethall

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INTRANSZMAS

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cashiers

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waiting room and cultural functions

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Krisztina boulevard

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the roof of the old waiting room

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18 12 14

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0 - floor plan - level of the railway area

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+1 - floorplan - cleawings

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+2 - floorplan - rooftop


ground floor plan - railway area D

THE WAITING ROOMS AND THEIR CITY FUNCTIONS

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A

B

B

The other cleawing is the cultural walking ‘street’ on the west side of the new roof. The cultural functions are cinema, library, exhibition space, internet café, playground, and restaurant. The new construction tear out the roof and boarder the light chimneys of the waitingrooms and the cultural spaces. In these chimneys get space elevators and stairs, they give the vertical connection betwwen the station’s space and the cultural places. Every light chimney have also 20 chairs to wait for the trains, or to meet eachother. Each cultural function get an identity, a specially choosed material, which cover these spaces, and float to the cleawing, and down the waiting rooms. The situation is the same like the market has, everything is visible from the roof and from the station too. The culture and commerce is the part of the travelers and citizens life too, this is a meeting point, cultural center, station, and market together.

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D

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1. floor plan - cleawing level

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13 7

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D

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roof floor plan - rooftop level

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B

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C D

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light chimney, waiting room

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pillars

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cleawing, outer promenade

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main staircase

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cinema - concrete

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water suplies

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library with cinema projection room - wood

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inner playground for children - poliamyd

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exhibition space - paintable betonnip

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restaurant - ceramic tile

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internet - metal

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remaining roof of the old cashier

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old cashier, spiral staircase

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subway entrance

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roof joists

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roof

light chimneys, waiting rooms


A-A section

cinema

B-B section

C-C section D-D section

library


furniture design


REMAKE OF A THONET CHAIR 2007

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MOVABLE STORE FURNITURE 2008

The box designed for people who travel or move a lot. For these people the storing is always a big problem. With this store furniture is never a problem again. This is a textil bag, what you can use for shopping, or traveling. You can stiff with cardboard sheets, and after you can use like a furniture, because of the cheap materials and simple construction, you can build it up very quick. It is perfect for students who live in dormitories and the nice design help them to make unknow living spaces more familiar. As a bag you can take it everywhere with yuo, and you can transform it to furniture where you need, because useless cardboard can be found everywhere. double side bag

removable ear riverside textile of the bag cardboard

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drawing


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