GG Magazine made a piece one Gábor Városi, the passionate Hungarian arquitect, who shares his vistion: the possibility of living carefree in Experimental Architecture. He has created in Budapest an experimental masterpiece with two freehold apartments.
“Ever since my childhood I have been thrilled by composition in different genres – like in buildings and works of art.” – says Városi.
“My designs are free from all kinds of restrictions with the aim of creating visual joy and maximum functionality.” he says. “A creative day for me never begins too early – you cannot be creative and have good ideas with deep wrinkles from a lack of sleep,” Városi laughs. “A cappuccino is always part of the best way to start the day, along with a little sport later on in the morning.”
Experimental Arquitecture in Budapest
The Encyclopedia tells us that Experimental Arquitecture is “Architecture that questions concepts and limitations and is committed to experimentation with form, materials, technology, constructional methodology, and even social structure.”
Why amazing views over the Japanese garden with a heated outdoor swimming pool, the appartment has approximately 240 sqm, including two bathrooms, three bedrooms and a large living and dining area of some 74 sqm. The design incorporates glass surfaces along three elevations of the space – and gives you the sensation of being in the outside garden. The house had been fitted with state of the art technologie for extra comfort.
You can read the full article on GG Magazine.