Tomáš Čech - Young Architects (1.5.2012 00:00)0 comments
Concept of the “Contemporary Czech House“ tries to propose solution / form of building outside of the city. It needs to be adequate to the daily housing, as well as not to disturb the surroundings. It does not want to destroy the landscape, nor to irritate the bystanders and neighbours. The intention is to create a friendly and humble atmosphere outside and inside being aware of it’s function and proportion.
Eszter Tusán, Nagy Márton - Young Architects (26.4.2012 00:00)
The place of our project is located the 9th district of Budapest, in Outer Ferencváros. Outer Ferencváros is the industrial zone of the district and is divided into 3 parts: Soroksári Street, Gubacsi Street and the territory alongside Outer Mester Street.
Katarzyna Nycz, Sylwia Dendys - Young Architects (1.2.2012 00:00)
A contemporary Polish house inspired by the regional architecture of Podhale, develops a traditional Zakopane-style housing type by changes in social structure and construction technologies.
Agnieszka Szymiczek, Tomasz Kapuła - Young Architects (30.1.2012 00:00)
In Poland almost all recently built houses do not have much in common with their historical antecessors built here in the past. In our proposal we wanted to tie all possible past and contemporary elements to create a house which would have its roots deep in the history.
Ondrej Kurek - Young Architects (18.4.2012 00:00)
I do not consider formal attributes or small regional differences to be important characteristics of slovak family house. More important for me is its position in formation of social relations of family and neighbourhood.
Eva Prelovšek Niemelä, Aarne Niemelä - Atelje Prelovšek, d.o.o. - Young Architects (30.4.2012 00:00)
Contemporary Slovene house - at the crossroads between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea.