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Posted by on Oct 1, 2016 in Budapest, Environment Posts, Event, Fresh Trends, Hungary

Hello Wood  : Crafting Inspiring Milestones in Timber While Exploring  Sustainable Design

Hello Wood : Crafting Inspiring Milestones in Timber While Exploring Sustainable Design

Article by Pooja Wahane – We explore the incredible event that is Hello Wood , a hub of ideas, creativity and sustainable design practices coming together to offer a unique experience.  Has this question ever crossed your mind; how would it feel to see your crazy design ideas in reality, be it architectural or interior design? To create something tangible, which you thought was a no-win proposition. Well, Hello Wood...

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Posted by on Sep 25, 2015 in 2007, Budapest, Courtyard, Hungary, Landscape architecture Posts, Ujirany/New Directions

Why This Courtyard Garden Works When so Many Others Fail?

Why This Courtyard Garden Works When so Many Others Fail?

Paulay Courtyard Garden, by Ujirany/New Directions in Budapest, Hungary. What is your first thought when you see a landscape project for the first time? The answer is straightforward: Do you like it or not? Could you explain why? To answer this question, let’s do an exercise, taking as an example a 430-square-meter project located in the capital of Hungary. According to World Atlas, Budapest is the most populated city in Hungary....

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Posted by on Jul 22, 2015 in 2013, Budapest, Hungary, Landscape architecture Posts, Squares, Ujirany

Etele Square Removes the Roof to Create Hungary’s Biggest Outdoor Waiting Hall

Etele Square Removes the Roof to Create Hungary’s Biggest Outdoor Waiting Hall

Etele Square, by Ujirany / New Directions, in Budapest, Hungary. Waiting for a train and it’s delayed again. Sitting in the waiting hall, counting the seconds, and suddenly finding yourself in awe of the market art on the seats. Or perhaps you’re just sitting there counting the tiles on the floor. The wait seems to be never-ending, and you’re feeling as if the boredom couldn’t get any worse. Sound familiar?...

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