Family house, Budapest

The slanting corner plot lays in a hilly district of Budapest. The house was located in the northwestern part of the site thus providing a well usable, coherent green garden in the south side, and the best lookout towards the panoramic view. The statue-like appearance of the building comes from the gently carved white volume bordered by inclined planes, and opened up in southern and eastern directions. At the southeaster side the single, inclined leg of the white dinamic frame gives an airy impression. The caved surfaces of the off-white plastered facades are covered by softwood tables. The top of the refined volume is a gently pitched (10°-20°) roof with metal roofing in the same colour as the facade.

Design: 2011