Public hall which called the K201 Public Hall is completed designed by the collaboration architect between Tamás Szentirmai + János Vági. This public hall is designed for the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary. This public hall of a campus is covers an area for about 140 square meters and it is progressed in 2010.
This hall is designed based on the order of the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Budapest which is precisely located in the historical central building of the campus. To gather all the parts of the faculty onto the same floor, the reconstruction process is started few years ago. During this process, the main rooms are freed and the faculty started using it. This new hall which is designed by the architect is tending to fulfill the various functions among others it provides space for the lectures, exhibitions, conferences, and workshops.
The two dominant aspects are the historical environment and the flexibility during the work process. The architect have planned an intervention which is emphasizes and leaves the building’s historical elements, untouched values and the functions are built in an enormous piece of the furniture installed in the space, which is a variable installment and which forms the space at the same time. It is also separates the forefront, an intimate exhibition corner when open, it is result a unified, one room space when it is closed.
Public Hall Interior Design
Inside this object, there is a small kitchen part, a wardrobe and a storage for chairs which is during empty state functions as the background of the exhibition. The hanged frame of the illuminations and the big folding shutters of the windows appear as a significant element beside this furniture design. A moderate use of the materials is counterpointed by the cavalcade of the colorful chairs is resulted the minimalist, homogeneous attitude.
Architects: Tamás Szentirmai + János Vági
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Project area: 140 sqm
Project year: 2010
Photographs: Tamás Szentirmai