high street & park


Our approach was to create public and private areas of common use, which together form the social, cultural center of Gomba, reflecting the demands of inhabitants not only functionally but also aesthetically. By renewing the area, it is possible to create a dignified environment for the distinctive heritage buildings of the settlement, and to create a public open space for inhabitants and visitors alike. In addition to being a stage for mondain activities, it can also become the heart of community and social life, thus creating an emotional bond, a sense of identity to the village.

The construction phase documentation was completed in 2012 for Szemők Balázs Square, a priority area within this space, its construction is already completed on the basis of the plans. When designing this newly built space, it was essential to make it an organic part of the village and provide an aesthetically pleasing space for new functions. According to our aims, Szemők Balázs Square - leaning up against a three-sided aesthetic post-reconstruction spatial wall  - is used and loved by all age groups of the settlement.


Conceptual design

Client: Municipality of Gomba

Size: 59.400 m2




Heinrich Nebbien german landscape architect's Városliget park – the park of the city – has been compared to such prestigious parks as London's Regent's Park, Munich's Englischer Garten, Berlin's Tiergarten, and New York's Central Park. According to Nebbien's  original intentions, the park is a venue for resting, meeting, teaching, education, parades, competitions, dance events and all kinds of entertainment. We would not expect anything different from Liget today.

While coming up with the conceptual design of the Museum Quarter, we could not overlook its historical past and the importance of the 200-year-old Városliget. Our main point of reference is the entrance motif conceived in 1813 - being the last surviving element of the original designs -, the Rondo. Rondo, a concentric circle, is the only geometric form of the park and therefore it is a transition between the rigid lines of the regular urban fabric and the scenic landscape of the inner park.

 Liget's new design must provide opportunities, plurality and heterogeneity, as by its character, a constantly changing and evolving public space. There are countless processes that shape the park; customs and habits of children, youth, parents, adults and the elderly. The park is to be accessible to everyone let them be 0-99 years old, individuals, families or groups: it therefore becomes a multifaceted intercultural space embracing many generations. Simultaneously changing and adapting, Liget surprises, inspires, renders curious, and educates.


 - purchased

Host: Szépművészeti Múzeum

Architect: Márton Noll (M-Teampannon)

Transport engineer: Balázs Ercsényi (Főmterv)

Visualization: János Kiss (VR Works)

Size: 982.050 m2

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As an extension to the 1st phase of Millenáris Park, we aimed to create a complementary space with functions still absent in the park or in its surroundings: - functions that target the local community. We have retained the existing hall buildings to match the previous phase and we came up with solutions that fit well with, and even make use of the possibilities such large open spaces provide.

We proposed the installation of indoor swimming pools and wellness features on the massive ground floor of building block M, since these facilities are currently unavailable in such proximity to any other intermodal node in Budapest. On the first floor we imagined the first community office of Buda, an incubator for the creative industry.

The park expansion becomes an integral part of the already complete unit in terms of style and design. We imagined a lake in front of block M, which generates captivating reflections in front of the glazed facade. Between block M and the Margit Boulevard, lawn surfaces rise towards the building, thus attenuating traffic noise of the boulevard. At the starting point of Millenáris Park's main axis, we designed a space where the dynamic sight of wind-driven flags always attracts the attention of passers-by, thus becoming a worthy gate, entrance to the park.



Host: Millenáris Széllkapu Nonprofit Kft.

Architect: Márton Noll (M-Teampannon)

Size: 30.000 m2




During the design process, we strived to highlight the uniqueness and virtue of the site without compromising the integrity of remembrance. With the redesign of the area, the cemetery can not only serve a public service function, but also play an aesthetic and physiological role in the life of visitors and inhabitants. Our primary goal in expanding and renovating the cemetery was to create a contemporary, well-functioning system in line with existing practices. The end result is a unified, representative setting that provides a worthy environment for remembrance.

We considered it essential that existing elements such as the building and the green space stay integral parts of the design. Applying transparency and purity to functions that make registration, reservation and everyday use easier, were key features of our methodology. We used seating, fixtures and materials that fit into the cemetery's ambience, provide a consistent image and are able to serve the habits of visitors and maintainers alike.


Open space design
- construction plan

Client: Municipality of Dabas

Size: 36.320 m2


Jubilee Park


For Dabas Jubilee Park, our approach was to create a verdant space of fundamentally recreational use. During the design process, we maintained the currently well-functioning surfaces while we also reflected on the potentials of the park. The ambience of the park simulates a landscape forest. We focused on preserving the natural atmosphere of the current site, while maintaining the width of the forest walkway.

The park was divided into five units according to functions. The large grassy meadow provides space for events and the horse riding area. Loose groups of trees have been planted in the meadow, while the remaining lawn surface can be used as a playground. The existing playground was reinvented, as new play furniture for larger age groups was added as an extension. In the vicinity of the Hundred Year-Old Tree, vegetation is revitalized; it is also our proposal to build an adventure track over time on the older trees. By ensuring the water supply of Lake Körtó and the cleaning of the riverbed, we created a cozy, attractive resting area that is connected to the island with a new bridge. The revitalization and rehabilitation of the herbaceous meadows, the installation of new trees results in a pleasant, well-groomed landscape. The area is exposed by a network of pedestrian footpaths equipped with benches and forest sports equipment.


Open space design
- construction plan

Client: Dabas Város Önkormányzata

Size: 52.270 m2

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Our aim was to highlight the unique landscape values and characteristics of Hegyalja in the bath garden, along with providing a better display and emphasis for the historical significance of the cold water source at the meeting of the mountains and the plain. The source has been described as water with medicinal properties; therefore its importance in local history is outstanding. The park underwent a complex reconstruction, thus becoming the starting point as well as the destination of the touristic route.

On the hills of Napos-dűlő a resting place and a lookout terrace to the Danube has also been installed within the project framework. The nature trail leading up to Nagy Hill introduces the area’s natural, historic and cultural attractions to the viewer. The nature trail consists of 6 stops, all of them accompanied by a resting area.


Open space design
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Client: Municipality of Bekecs

Size: 5.400 m2


central piazza


As part of our concept, the free-formed yet guided lines of the main square are gradually calmed as we arrive to the grand mass of the church. Behind the church, a sport promenade creates connection to the main square. Sculptures of renowned athletes placed alongside the promenade accompany the passer-by, as a reminder of past encounters, perseverance and successes.

The diagonal axis is represented by a walkway that leads to a gate, surrounded by an imposing arrangement of buildings. The natatorium and the sports center frame an inner outdoor piazza with several sports fields. There is a colonnade guiding the piazza along its 4th side, adjacent to the football pitch. The repetitive structure of the seating area contains toilets and kiosks, both indispensable elements of football stadiums. The VIP area can be optionally extended in the future, the shared lounge area opens directly from the sport piazza. The frame structure currently expands above the seating area, but can be extended or modified at any further phase of construction. The changing and maintenance rooms are located inside the stadium’s head building, which also houses a wellness-fitness center as part of a complex spatial network.

For the match to go undisturbed, the stadium has a solid façade on ground level, while the upper corridor – also serving as a viewing gallery – has a glazed one. The natatorium communicates with glazed walls to both sides, allowing an open view to the inner sports piazza and the outer park. The school is linked to this sports complex through a covered corridor. As it is not advised to block diagonal passage on ground level, this connecting corridor rises above – stands on its own feet shortly after exiting the building. Czabán Samu park is intensely linked to the functions of the sports complex - running tracks, extreme sports fields, climbing walls, trampolines, and pools are at the disposal of local sports enthusiasts.

The promenade linking the units of the sports complex ends by the corner of the church where the new community hall and playhouse are being constructed. This hall will provide space for residential discussions, and potentially become a landmark of local cooperation and unity.


Design competition

Host: Budapest XV. Kerület Önkormányzata

Architect: László Csízy, András Borbély

Transportation engineer: Balázs Ercsényi (Főmterv)

Visualization: János Kiss (VR Works)

Size: 280.200 m2




Liget Budapest. There are several ways to interpret the project name, also defining expectations for the design:

Budapest’s ‘liget’ (translated to a loose woodland) is a meeting point, a space for sporting and recreation for the city of Budapest;

a woodland which is a distinguishing feature, an emblematic location of Budapest;

an open green surface scattered with forests and solitaire trees, an ecologically active and multifaceted area;

a park that can only be imagined in Budapest, a unique and remarkable tourist attraction.

These are the most important principles that emerged during the elaboration of our design:

  •  Városliget is a national heritage, a unique monumental park in need of restoration,
  • the park is an ecologically active area, the lungs of the city with valuable woodland,
  • the current tree stock is too thick, densely planted,
  • it is necessary to create a spatial structure that harmonizes with the original concept of Nebbien,

Our design focus was on:

  • implementing pedestrian and cycle-friendly interventions,
  • merging and increasing the quality of functions,
  • encouraging a variable and versatile use,
  • considering and preserving the area’s natural and built values,
  • providing accessibility to existing and planned buildings,
  • installing transparent structures in line with the characteristics of the park,
  • installing furniture reflective to the surrounding space.


Design competition, 
 - purchased

Host: Városliget Zrt.

Co-designer: László Andaházy (Panda Pont Kft)

Architect: Márton Noll

Transport engineer: Balázs Ercsényi (Főmterv)

Water engineer: Péter Karlóczai (Technoconsult Kft)

Visualization: János Kiss (VR Works)

Size: 911.629 m2