When developing the environment of the Kodály Centre, built as part of the Pécs – European Capital of Culture programme, the intention was to generate an understated system of spaces that serve the building functionally, as well as to create a generous space for reception. Open-space architecture was successfully employed to make the large surface car parks, which could not be covered, human in scale and aesthetic, despite their bleak functionality.
Geum Műterem Kft. and Tér-Team Kft. (final construction drawings)
Building permit drawings: S73 Kft.
Architectural design of Kodály Centre:
Építész Stúdió Kft. (design contest, building permit drawings, tender drawings)
Mérték Építészeti Stúdió Kft. (final construction drawings)
Realization: December 2010