LakoBOX memory game description

2013


Table of Contents

Introduction
1. The user interface
Videos on the user interface
Dwellings from the game
2. The game-themes
Function & Requirements
Function & Spaces
Functional solutions & Dwellings
Function & Light
Low rise, high density & Housing
Structural systems & Dwellings
Circulation systems & Dwellings
Energy-efficiency & Dwellings
3. Copyrights of the pictures in the game
Copyrights of the pictures on the Functions & Requirements game:
Copyrights of the pictures on the Functions & Spaces game:
Copyrights of The pictures on the Functional solutions & Dwellings game:
Copyrights of the pictures on the Function & Light game:
Copyrights of the pictures on the Low rise, high density & Housing game:
Copyrights of the pictures of the Structural systems & Dwellings game:
Copyrights of the pictures on the Circulation systems & Dwellings game:
Copyrights of the pictures on the Energy – efficiency & Dwellings game:
A. The source of the program
 

„Creative people are curious, flexible, persistent, and independent with a tremendous spirit of adventure and a love of play.”

 
 --Henri Matisse, french painter 1869–1954

Dear Players, Students and Teachers!

According to the educational psychology playing and playfulness is a key element to the learning process. Yet in today’s teaching practice insignificant proportion of university curricula is play oriented. The concept of the LakoBOX curricula is to attempt a minimal making up some of this shortage, at least on the field of residential building design’s education.

We looked at the process of creating and developing LakoBOX as a game itself: initially we organized a “virus competition” for architect students, with the goal of involving the most possible students in the creation and development of game ideas.

„The idea of the ”virus competition” is following: all aspects of the competition are kept «secret» and are constantly changing. The names of the entrants is kept secret. The names of the jury is kept secret and is changing. The specific task is kept secret as is the deadline. Each competing group is going their on way in their on rythm – each group in the competition gets a new small task from time to time, and by giving answers to these tasks they get one step further in the development of their game. The answer itself «influences» the nature of the next task. Yet the goal is the same: the best gaming ideas will be developed and programmed and the winner groups will be involved in the developing process.” – detail from the original virus competition announcement, from march 2012. The teams had to apply with a logo of their own, and an answer to the same original question: „What do you think of the connection between games and architecture?”

The „virus competition” was an ideas competition spreading on a live forum – www.lakobox.blogspot.com. By solving personalized tasks, the applying teams could get nearer and nearer to an uncontroversial solution. The core jury – József Kolossa DLA, Dávid Kohout, András Weiszkopf– wanted to see specific game ideas, insights and opinions, which eventually would build up the inside logics of a gaming software in a natural and creative way. Thirty teams (!) applied, and they developed their game ideas until June 2012. through four individual rounds of tasks. By the completion of the „virus competition” we stepped into the next phase of the game development, with a lot of game ideas and a huge creative team.

We asked for help from the Department of Automation and Applied Informatics on the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics. We wished to work together with their students, and turn the game ideas into computer programs. The students formed mixed teams where the students of architecture gave the game ideas along with graphical elements, and the students of informatics developed the program codes. The group of informatics students was mentored by Hassan Charaf Dr. professor and his team: Péter Ekler Dr. senior lecturer and Bertalan Forster Dr. associate professor of the Department of Automation and Applied Informatics: the cooperation could only come to life through their efforts. As a result of the cooperation many game programs were created, which we presented on march 21. 2013. on the Department of Residential Building Design at a gaming workshop day to the lecturers of both departments. Amongst the presented games were torpedo games, a 2D picture building game, a multiple choice game and a memory game. Students taking part in the development of the software were: Richárd Balog, Ernő Józsa, Péter Sebestyén Krassay, Richárd Nagy and Péter Gergő Sárközi students of informatics as well as Bodó Bánáti, Annamária Babos, Gergő Vátyi and Dér Anna Vereb students of architecture. The work of the students of architecture was consulted and mentored by József Kolossa DLA with the help of András Weiszkopf. Finally, based on a joint decision we completed the LakoMEMORY game, with the help of Andor Szamos student of informatics, using the graphical plans of András Weiszkopf.

Playing through the levels of the LakoBOX game, which was developed in the project “TÁMOP-4.1.2.A/1-11/1-2011-0055 Curriculum development on the subject of residential building design, with particular focus on energy conscious thinking”, players can discover buildings on the residential topic representing real architectural value according to the Department of Residential Building. Along these examples, the players are led through the spatial needs of residential functions, the context of multi story apartment houses, structural and energy-efficient solutions.

Have a good time and a good game!

the LakoBOX team

[Note]Note

link for the game: LakoBOX memory

The user interface is divided into two segments. The game-themes of the game and the controls can be found on the left side, the memory game itself is located on the right side. When choosing a game-theme only it’s first level is visible. Continuing to the next level is possible after completing the previous one. There are five levels to each game-theme. The program is counting the playing times, so your and your friends’ best times can be beaten. After clicking the restart button the pictures mix up, and the level restarts. The gameplay can always be paused by clicking the pause button.

On the first and third level of each game theme all the pictures are visible, the pairs found, gray out. On the second and fourth level the pictures are upside down. When clicked, they flip, if the matching picture is flipped as well, the pairs stay visible. The fifth level is about matching the pictures to the topic of four visible icons, after a successful match the picture stays flipped. Any of the levels can be played on again after they are completed once.

The game experience is best when played full screen in a browser. The game stores it’s data in the memory of the browser. After deleting browser history or cookies, all saved game data is lost!

Interaktive animations from the game:

Photograph of two blocks of the row house

Photograph from the entrance of the building

Photograph of the Steel and wood house taken from the slope

Photograph of the Alemao house taken from it's pool

Interior photograph of the house in Alfonso Reyes street

Interior photograph of the Atrium house taken from it's entrance hall

Photograph of the Bluff house taken from the slope

Photograph of the Bordeaux house taken from it's garden

Photograph of the Coffou house's glass facade

Photograph of the Crescent house taken from it's garden

Photograph of the house taken from the street

Photograph of the house from it's entrance

Photoraph of Gábor Turányi's family house

Photograph of the D house take from the other side of the channel

Photograph of the One wall house taken from the street

Photograph of the EMV apartment house taken from the negative corner

Photograph of Erik Gunnar Asplund's family house taken from above

Photograph of the apartment house's staircase

Interior photograph of Gunther Domenig's house

Photograph of one of the units of the "Haka" patio houses

Photograph of Sára Cs. Juhasz's weekend house

Photograph of György Vadász's weekend house

Photograph of the house looking towards the river

Photograph oh the houses solar paneled roof looking towards south

Photograph of the one story prefabricated building

Archive photograph of Luigi Figni's house

Photograph of the M house taken from it's atrium

Photograph of the Makasa apartment house taken from it's entrance

Archive photograph of the Mathenesse Siedlung

Photograph of the summer house at Balatoakarattya

Photograph of Ralph Erskine's family house

Photograph of the SB house taken from it's terrace

Interior photograph of the Schwarzpark house looking at it's garden

Photograph of the Studio enlargement looking through the windows into the interior

Areal photograph of the Kingo Houses

Photograph of the Utzon house looking at it from the bottom of the rocks

Archive photograph of the steel frame apartment house

Photograph of the Villa Anbar taken from it's atrium

Archive photograpf of the Villa Wagner

Interior photograph of William Morris' house

Row house with 20 units

Photograph of two blocks of the row house

Social apartmenthouse with 61 units

Photograph from the entrance of the building

Steel and wood house

Photograph of the Steel and wood house taken from the slope

Alemao house

Photograph of the Alemao house taken from it's pool

Family house, Alfonso Reyes street

Interior photograph of the house in Alfonso Reyes street

Atrium house

Interior photograph of the Atrium house taken from it's entrance hall

Bluff house

Photograph of the Bluff house taken from the slope

Bordeaux house

Photograph of the Bordeaux house taken from it's garden

Coffou cottage

Photograph of the Coffou house's glass facade

Crescent house

Photograph of the Crescent house taken from it's garden

Family house

Photograph of the house taken from the street

Family house with medical clinic

Photograph of the house from it's entrance

Family house

Photoraph of Gábor Turányi's family house

D house

Photograph of the D house take from the other side of the channel

One wall house

Photograph of the One wall house taken from the street

EMV apartment house

Photograph of the EMV apartment house taken from the negative corner

Family house of Erik Gunnar Asplund

Photograph of Erik Gunnar Asplund's family house taken from above

Apartment house in the Castle of Buda

Photograph of the apartment house's staircase

Family house of Gunther Domenig

Interior photograph of Gunther Domenig's house

"Haka" patio houses

Photograph of one of the units of the "Haka" patio houses

Weekend house

Photograph of Sára Cs. Juhasz's weekend house

Weekend house

Photograph of György Vadász's weekend house

Home in Geres

Photograph of the house looking towards the river

Experimental bioclimatic house

Photograph oh the houses solar paneled roof looking towards south

1/1/2 Summer house at lake Balaton

1/1/3 Crab Creek House

1/1/4 IKEA

1/1/5 The Abbotsford Warehouse Apartments

1/1/6 Summer house at lake Balaton

1/1/7 Family house

1/1/8 Haifa House

1/2/1 Coffou Cottage

1/2/2 Summer house at lake Balaton

1/2/3 Crab Creek House

1/2/5 The Abbotsford Warehouse Apartments

1/2/6 Summer house at lake Balaton

1/2/7 Family house

1/2/8 Haifa House

1/3/1 Gardner 1050

1/3/2 Apartment at Bow Quarter

1/3/3 Bamboo Residency

1/3/4 22 Dandár Park

1/3/5 Apartment Building

1/3/6 Apartment at Bow Quarter

1/3/7 Apartment Building

1/3/8 Apartment Building

1/4/1 Gardner 1050

1/4/2 Apartment at Bow Quarter

1/4/3 Bamboo Residency

1/4/4 22 Dandár Park

1/4/5 Apartment Building

1/4/6 Apartment at Bow Quarter

1/4/7 Apartment Building

1/4/8 Apartment Building

1/5/1 Family house

1/5/2 Villa in Szentendre

1/5/3 The Brick Loft

1/5/4 Family house

  • 2011

  • Šlaito st., Birštonas, Litvánia

  • Gintautas Natkevičius, Tomas Kuleša, Adomas Rimšelis

  • photo: G.Česonis

  • source: Építészfórum: http://epiteszforum.hu/node/21339

1/5/5 Family house

1/5/6 Villa Storingavika

1/5/7 TBONE House

1/5/9 Bamboo Residency

1/5/10 Fortress House

1/5/11 Townhouse

1/5/12 New Citc Block

  • 2012

  • Kessel-Lo, Leuven, Belgium

  • Bogdan & Van Broeck Architects

  • photo: Leo Van Broeck, Olmo Peters, Matthias Van Rossen

  • source: Építészfórum: http://epiteszforum.hu/node/18339

2/1/1 Robie house

  • 1909

  • Chicago, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

2/1/2 Apartment house of the Weiss Menfred Enterprises Retirement Found

  • 1937

  • Margit körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Béla Hofstatter, Ferenc Dolmány

  • photo: Ferenc Haar

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1938, Pápai Ernő Műintézete, Budapest

2/1/3 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Morgens Prip-Buus

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

2/1/4 Casa Gaspar

  • 1991

  • Zahora, Spain

  • Alberto Campo Baeza

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

2/1/5 Apartment house with twelve units

  • 1992-93

  • Víznyelő street, Budapest, Hungary

  • János Mónus, Zsuzsanna Szőke, Sándor Nagy

  • photo: János Mónus

  • source: Magyar Építőmúvészet 1995/1

2/1/6 Bordeaux house

  • 1998

  • Bordeaux, France

  • Rem Koolhaas

  • photo: Colin Davies

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

2/1/7 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Alvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

2/2/1 Robie house

  • 1909

  • Chicago, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

2/2/2 Apartment house of the Weiss Menfred Enterprises Retirement Found

  • 1937

  • Margit körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Béla Hofstatter, Ferenc Dolmány

  • photo: Ferenc Haar

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1938, Pápai Ernő Műintézete, Budapest

2/2/3 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Morgens Prip-Buus

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

2/2/4 Casa Gaspar

  • 1991

  • Zahora, Spain

  • Alberto Campo Baeza

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

2/2/5 Apartment house with twelve units

  • 1992-93

  • Víznyelő street, Budapest, Hungary

  • János Mónus, Zsuzsanna Szőke, Sándor Nagy

  • photo: János Mónus

  • source: Magyar Építőmúvészet 1995/1

2/2/6 Bordeaux house

  • 1998

  • Bordeaux, France

  • Rem Koolhaas

  • photo: Colin Davies

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

2/2/7 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Alvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

2/2/8 Colony Mews

2/3/1 Werkbundsiedlung

  • 1932

  • Jagdschloßgasse, Wienna, Austria

  • A. Lurcat, J. Hoffmann, R. Bauer, O, Strnad, Adolf Loos, J.Groag, G. Guevrakian, G. Rietweld, Holzmeister, Wachberger, Walter Loos, Bieber-Niedermoster, L.Pilleviski1, W. Sobotka, Miklós Velits

  • photo: Dr. Bierbauer Virgil

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1932

2/3/2 Apartment house

  • 1955-57

  • Via Giuseppe Dezza 49., Milan, Italy

  • Gio Ponti

  • photo: Gio Ponti Archives - Salvatore Licitra, Milano

  • source: Graziella Roccella: Gio Ponti, Taschen, Köln 2009

2/3/3 Apartment house

  • 1958

  • Tokio, Japan

  • Kunio Maekawa

  • photo: Maekawa Associates

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 103.

2/3/4 Halen housing estate

  • 1961

  • Halen, Thalmatt, Bern, Switzerland

  • Atelier 5

  • photo: Albert Winkler

  • source: Hubert Hoffmann: Urban Low-Rise Group Housing, Terrace Houses, Patio Houses, Linked Houses, Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgard, 1967

2/3/5 Apartment house

  • 1985-88

  • Nimes, France

  • Jean Nouvel, Jean-Marc Ibos, Frédéric Chambon, Jean-Rémi

  • photo: Philippe Ruault

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 178.

2/3/6 Three unit villa, extension

  • (1932) 1991-1996

  • Kavics street 8/D, Budapest, Hungary

  • Tamás Tomay

  • photo: Enikő Budai

  • source: Új Magyar Építőművészet, 1998/3, 28. o.

2/3/7 Croix-Rousse, social housing

  • 1999

  • Lyon, France

  • Frederic Borel

  • photo: Nicolas Borel

  • source: New Urban Housing, page 104.

2/3/8 Apartment house “mag house”

  • 2002

  • Rottenbiller street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Tamás Dévényi

  • photo: Andrea Häider

  • source: Alaprajz, 2002/05, page 16.

2/4/1 Werkbundsiedlung

  • 1932

  • Jagdschloßgasse, Wienna, Austria

  • A. Lurcat, J. Hoffmann, R. Bauer, O, Strnad, Adolf Loos, J.Groag, G. Guevrakian, G. Rietweld, Holzmeister, Wachberger, Walter Loos, Bieber-Niedermoster, L.Pilleviski1, W. Sobotka, Miklós Velits

  • photo: Dr. Bierbauer Virgil

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1932

2/4/2 Apartment house

  • 1955-57

  • Via Giuseppe Dezza 49., Milan, Italy

  • Gio Ponti

  • photo: Gio Ponti Archives - Salvatore Licitra, Milano

  • source: Graziella Roccella: Gio Ponti, Taschen, Köln 2009

2/4/3 Apartment house

  • 1958

  • Tokio, Japan

  • Kunio Maekawa

  • photo: Maekawa Associates

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 103.

2/4/4 Halen housing estate

  • 1961

  • Halen, Thalmatt, Bern, Switzerland

  • Atelier 5

  • photo: Albert Winkler

  • source: Hubert Hoffmann: Urban Low-Rise Group Housing, Terrace Houses, Patio Houses, Linked Houses, Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgard, 1967

2/4/5 Apartment house

  • 1985-88

  • Nimes, France

  • Jean Nouvel, Jean-Marc Ibos, Frédéric Chambon, Jean-Rémi

  • photo: Philippe Ruault

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 178.

2/4/6 Three unit villa, extension

  • (1932) 1991-1996

  • Kavics street 8/D, Budapest, Hungary

  • Tamás Tomay

  • photo: Enikő Budai

  • source: Új Magyar Építőművészet, 1998/3, page 28.

2/4/7 Croix-Rousse, social housing

  • 1999

  • Lyon, France

  • Frederic Borel

  • photo: Nicolas Borel

  • source: New Urban Housing, page 104.

2/4/8 Apartment house “mag house”

  • 2002

  • Rottenbiller street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Tamás Dévényi

  • photo: Andrea Häider

  • source: Alaprajz, 2002/05, page 16.

2/5/1 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Ole Rafn

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

2/5/2 "Carpet"-type housing estate "Biserhof"

  • 1956-1960

  • Biserhofstrasse, Biserhof, St. Gallen, Switzerland

  • Heinrich Danzeisen, Hans Voser

  • photo: Friedhelm Thomas

  • source: Karl Krämer, Einfalmilienhauser in der Gruppe, KARL KRÄMER VERLAG, Stuttgart, 1966

2/5/3 "Carpet"-type housing estate "Biserhof"

  • 1956-1960

  • Biserhofstrasse, Biserhof, St. Gallen, Switzerland

  • Heinrich Danzeisen, Hans Voser

  • photo: Friedhelm Thomas

  • source: Karl Krämer, Einfalmilienhauser in der Gruppe, KARL KRÄMER VERLAG, Stuttgart, 1966

2/5/4 Apartment house

  • 1958

  • Tokio, Japan

  • Kunio Maekawa

  • Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century,page 103.

2/5/5 Coffou Cottage

2/5/6 “Mauerberg” residential housing

  • 1963-1964

  • Siedlung Mauerberg, Wienna, Austria

  • Roland Rainer

  • photo: Hubert Hoffman

  • source: Hubert Hoffmann: Urban Low-Rise Group Housing, Terrace Houses, Patio Houses, Linked Houses, Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgard, 1967

2/5/7 Extension of a Barn

2/5/8 Bordeaux house

  • 1998

  • Bordeaux, France

  • Rem Koolhaas

  • photo: Hans Werlemann, Hectic Pictures

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

2/5/9 Family house

  • 2001

  • Groenoord-Zuid, Schiedam, NL

  • NIO Architecten

  • photo: Hans Pattist

  • source: Juan Blesa, Multi-Family Housing, EDITORAL PENCIL, Valencia, 2008.

2/5/10 18 apartment house

  • 2002-2006

  • Granadilla de Abona, Tenerife, Spain

  • Eustaquio Martínez García, Virgilio Gutiérrez Herreros

  • photo: Miguel Curbelo

2/5/11 H house

2/5/12 Family housing, Alfonso Reyes street

  • 2003

  • Alfonso Reyes, 58, Mexico city, Mexico

  • Dellekamp Arquitectos

  • photo: Oscar Necoechea

  • source: New Urban Housing, page 110.

3/1/1 Own family house

  • 1898

  • Belgium

  • Victor Horta

  • photo: Ministère de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen

3/1/2 Robie house

  • 1909

  • Chicago, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

3/1/3 Fallingwater house

  • 1935-37

  • Bear Run, Pennsylvania, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

3/1/4 A Weiss Manfréd Vállalatok Elismert Nyugdíjpénztárának

  • 1937

  • Margit körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Béla Hofstatter, Ferenc Dolmány

  • photo: Ferenc Haar

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1938, Pápai Ernő Műintézete, Budapest

3/1/5 Apartment house on Pasaréti street

  • 1937

  • Pasaréti street 7., II. Budapest, Hungary

  • Farkas Molnár

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

3/1/6 Unité d'Habitation

  • 1952

  • Marseilles, France

  • Le Corbusier

  • photo: FLC/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London, 2008

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 82.

3/1/7 Apartment house with twelve units

  • 1992-93

  • Víznyelő street, Budapest, Hungary

  • János Mónus, Zsuzsanna Szőke, Sándor Nagy

  • photo: János Mónus

  • source: Magyar Építőmúvészet 1995/1

3/1/8 Row house with 20 units

  • 1998-2001

  • Barlang street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Ferenc Cságoly, Ferenc Keller

  • photo: from Ferenc Keller

3/2/1 Own family house

  • 1898

  • Belgium

  • Victor Horta

  • photo: Ministère de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen

3/2/2 Robie house

  • 1909

  • Chicago, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

3/2/3 Fallingwater house

  • 1935-37

  • Bear Run, Pennsylvania, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

3/2/4 A Weiss Manfréd Vállalatok Elismert Nyugdíjpénztárának

  • 1937

  • Margit körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Béla Hofstatter, Ferenc Domány

  • photo: Ferenc Haar

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1938, Pápai Ernő Műintézete, Budapest

3/2/5 Apartment house on Pasaréti street

  • 1937

  • Pasaréti street 7., II. Budapest, Hungary

  • Farkas Molnár

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

3/2/6 Unité d'Habitation

  • 1952

  • Marseilles, France

  • Le Corbusier

  • photo: FLC/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London, 2008

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 82.

3/2/7 Apartment house with twelve units

  • 1992-93

  • Víznyelő street, Budapest, Hungary

  • János Mónus, Zsuzsanna Szőke, Sándor Nagy

  • photo: János Mónus

  • source: Magyar Építőmúvészet 1995/1

3/2/8 Row house with 20 units

  • 1998-2001

  • Barlang street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Ferenc Cságoly, Ferenc Keller

  • photo: from Ferenc Keller

3/3/1 Behrens house

  • 1901

  • Darmstadt, Germany

  • Peter Behrens

  • photo: Bildarchiv Foto Marburg

  • Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

3/3/2 Villa on Zentai street

  • 1934

  • Szépvölgyi street 88/b, Budapest II., Hungary

  • József Fischer

  • photo: József Fischer

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1935/1. page 16-17.

3/3/3 Own family house

  • 1937

  • Sweden

  • Erik Gunnar Asplund

  • photo: F.S.Sundahl

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

3/3/4 Family house

  • 1968-1970

  • Vöröslászló street 100., Szombathely, Hungary

  • Csaba Vincze

  • photo: Imre Tóth

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1971/6. page 36.

3/3/5 Weekend house

  • 1974-1976

  • Erdőalja street, Budapest III., Hungary

  • György Vadász

  • photo: István Vidovics

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1978/5

3/3/6 Crescent house

  • 1997

  • UK

  • Ken Shuttleworth/ Foster and Partners

  • photo: Nigel Young/ Foster and Partners

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

3/3/7 Bordeaux house

  • 1998

  • Bordeaux, France

  • Rem Koolhaas

  • photo: Hans Werlemann, Hectic Pictures

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

3/3/8 Steel and wood house

  • 2005

  • Asturias, Spain

  • Ecosistemaurbano

  • photo: Emilio P. Doiztua

  • source: 5 5/Architecture sustainable , Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2007, page 349.

3/4/1 Behrens house

  • 1901

  • Darmstadt, Germany

  • Peter Behrens

  • photo: Bildarchiv Foto Marburg

  • Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

3/4/2 Villa on Zentai street

  • 1934

  • Szépvölgyi street 88/b, Budapest II., Hungary

  • József Fischer

  • photo: József Fischer

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1935/1. page 16-17.

3/4/3 Own family house

  • 1937

  • Sweden

  • Erik Gunnar Asplund

  • photo: F.S.Sundahl

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

3/4/4 Family house

  • 1968-1970

  • Vöröslászló street 100., Szombathely, Hungary

  • Csaba Vincze

  • photo: Imre Tóth

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1971/6. page 36.

3/4/5 Weekend house

  • 1974-1976

  • Erdőalja street, Budapest III., Hungary

  • György Vadász

  • photo: István Vidovics

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1978/5

3/4/6 Crescent house

  • 1997

  • UK

  • Ken Shuttleworth/ Foster and Partners

  • photo: Nigel Young/ Foster and Partners

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

3/4/7 Bordeaux house

  • 1998

  • Bordeaux, France

  • Rem Koolhaas

  • photo: Hans Werlemann, Hectic Pictures

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

3/4/8 Steel and wood house

  • 2005

  • Asturias, Spain

  • Ecosistemaurbano

  • photo: Emilio P. Doiztua

  • source: 5 5/Architecture sustainable , Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2007, page 349.

3/5/1 Villa Tugendhat

  • 1930

  • Brno, Czech Republic

  • Mies van der Rohe

  • photo: David Židlický

  • source: Mies van der Rohe

3/5/2 Johnson house

  • 1949

  • New Canaan, USA, Connecticut

  • Philip Johnson

3/5/3 HB house

  • 2007

  • Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • Bevk Perovic

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: El croquis 160, Madrid, 2012/II., page 111.

3/5/4 „Haka” patio houses

  • 1963-1965

  • Hakamaankuja, Tapiola, Helsinki

  • Pentti Ahola

3/5/5 Apartment house

  • 1976

  • Seville, Spain

  • Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos

  • photo: Duccio Magamba

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 152.

3/5/6 Villa Anbar

  • 1993

  • Dammam, Saudi Arabia

  • Peter Barber

  • photo: Peter Barber

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

3/5/7 Apartment house of the Gerogia Retirement Found

  • 1936

  • Rákóczi street, Károly körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Dr. Béla Tarát, Ede Novák

  • photo: Kozelka

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1936, IX., Sós György, Budapest

3/5/8 Apartment house

  • 1937

  • Pozsonyi street 40-50., Budapest XIII., Hungary

  • Béla Hofstätter, Ferenc Domány

  • photo: Ferenc Haar

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége

3/5/9 Residential Building

  • 2002

  • Fukuoka, Japan

  • NKS architects

  • photo: Okamoto Kouji Technistaff

  • source: NKS Architects

3/5/11 Family house (Schwarzpark)

  • 2004

  • Basel, Switzerland

  • Miller&Maranta

  • photo: Ruedi Walti Fotografie

  • source: 8/Multi-Family Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2008

3/5/12 One wall hose (semidetached house)

  • 2007

  • Zurich, Switzerland

  • Kristian Kerez

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: El croquis 145, Madrid, 2009/II., page 159.

4/1/1 Villa Tugendhat

  • 1928-30

  • Brno, Czech Republic

  • Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

  • photo: Pavel Stecha

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/1/2 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Ole Rafn

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

4/1/3 Own family house

  • 1963

  • Sweden

  • Ralph Erskine

  • photo: Max Plunger

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/1/4 Selmer House

  • 1963

  • Oslo, Norway

  • Wenche Selmer

  • photo: Jens Salmer

  • source: Elisabeth Tostrup: Norwegian Wood, Princeton Architectural Press, New York 2006

4/1/5 Villa Anbar

  • 1993

  • Dammam, Saudi Arabia

  • Peter Barber

  • photo: Peter Barber

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

4/1/6 Family house

  • 2000

  • Budapest, Hungary

  • Gábor Turányi

  • photo: József Hajdú

  • source: szerk. Lévai-Kanyó Judit: 5 ház, Terc Kft., Budapest 2003

4/1/7 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Álvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

4/1/8 SB house

  • 2004

  • Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • Bevk Perovic

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: El croquis 160., Madrid, 2012/II., page 43.

4/2/1 Villa Tugendhat

  • 1928-30

  • Brno, Czech Republic

  • Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

  • photo: Pavel Stecha

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/2/2 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Ole Rafn

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

4/2/3 Own family house

  • 1963

  • Sweden

  • Ralph Erskine

  • photo: Max Plunger

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/2/4 Selmer House

  • 1963

  • Oslo, Norway

  • Wenche Selmer

  • photo: Jens Salmer

  • source: Elisabeth Tostrup: Norwegian Wood, Princeton Architectural Press, New York 2006

4/2/5 Villa Anbar

  • 1993

  • Dammam, Saudi Arabia

  • Peter Barber

  • photo: Peter Barber

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

4/2/6 Family house

  • 2000

  • Budapest, Hungary

  • Gábor Turányi

  • photo: József Hajdú

  • source: szerk. Lévai-Kanyó Judit: 5 ház, Terc Kft., Budapest 2003

4/2/7 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Álvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

4/2/8 SB house

  • 2004

  • Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • Bevk Perovic

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: El croquis 160., Madrid, 2012/II., page 43.

4/3/1 House of Tyroler József

  • 1935

  • Harangvirág street 11., Budapest II., Hungary

  • Farkas Molnár

  • photo: Seidner

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1936/9., page 14.

4/3/2 Chamberlain house

  • 1940

  • Wayland, Massachusetts, USA

  • Marcel Brauer

  • photo: Ezra Stoller/Esto

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/3/3 Johnson house

  • 1949

  • New Canaan, Connecticut, USA

  • Philip Johnson

  • photo: Paul Rocheleau

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/3/4 Own family house

  • 1971

  • Spain

  • Jorn Oberg Utzon

  • photo: Soeren Kuhn

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/3/5 Fisher house

  • 1973

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

  • Louis Kahn

  • photo: Roberto Schezan/ Esto

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/3/6 Own family house

  • 1986

  • Austria

  • Günther Domenig

  • photo: Gerald Zugmann

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/3/7 Crescent house

  • 1997

  • UK

  • Ken Shuttleworth/ Foster and Partners

  • photo: Nigel Young/ Foster and Partners

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

4/3/8 One wall hose (semidetached house)

  • 2007

  • Zurich, Switzerland

  • Kristian Kerez

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: El croquis 145, Madrid, 2009/II., page 153.

4/4/1 House of Tyroler József

  • 1935

  • Harangvirág street 11., Budapest II., Hungary

  • Molnár Farkas

  • photo: Seidner

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1936/9., page 14.

4/4/2 Chamberlain house

  • 1940

  • Wayland, Massachusetts, USA

  • Marcel Brauer

  • photo: Ezra Stoller/Esto

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/4/3 Johnson house

  • 1949

  • New Canaan, Connecticut, USA

  • Philip Johnson

  • photo: Paul Rocheleau

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/4/4 Own family house

  • 1971

  • Spain

  • Jorn Oberg Utzon

  • photo: Soeren Kuhn

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/4/5 Fisher house

  • 1973

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

  • Louis Kahn

  • photo: Roberto Schezan/ Esto

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/4/6 Own family house

  • 1986

  • Austria

  • Günther Domenig

  • photo: Gerald Zugmann

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/4/7 Crescent house

  • 1997

  • UK

  • Ken Shuttleworth/ Foster and Partners

  • photo: Nigel Young/ Foster and Partners

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

4/4/8 One wall hose (semidetached house)

  • 2007

  • Zurich, Switzerland

  • Kristian Kerez

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: El croquis 145, Madrid, 2009/II., page 153.

4/5/1 Bordeaux house

  • 1998

  • Bordeaux, France

  • Rem Koolhaas

  • photo: Colin Davies

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/5/2 Home in Geres

  • 2006

  • Canicada, Portugal

  • Graca Correia, Roberto Ragazzi

  • photo: Fernando Alda

  • source: 7/Single-Family Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2008

4/5/3 One wall hose (semidetached house)

  • 2007

  • Zurich, Switzerland

  • Kristian Kerez

  • photo: Hisao Suzuki

  • source: El croquis 145, Madrid, 2009/II., page 159.

4/5/4 Fallingwater house

  • 1935-1937

  • Bear Run, Pennsylvania, USA

  • Frank Lloyd, Wright,

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

4/5/5 Own family house

  • 1971

  • Spain

  • Jorn Oberg Utzon

  • photo: Soeren Kuhn

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/5/6 House M

  • 1997

  • Tokio, Japan

  • SANAA (Kazuyo Sejima es Ryue Nishizawa)

  • photo: Shinkenchiku-sha

  • source: Clare Melhuish: Modern Houses 2, Phaidon, London, 2000

4/5/7 Own family house

  • 1993

  • Rua Cartelas Vieira, Portugal

  • Eduardo Souto de Moura

  • photo: Duccio Malagamba, Barcelona

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

4/5/8 Experimental family house

  • 2003

  • Hanoi, VN

  • C+A Coelacanth and Associates

4/5/9 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Alvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

4/5/10 Croix-Rousse, social housing

  • 1999

  • Lyon, France

  • Frederic Borel

  • photo: Nicolas Borel

  • source: New Urban Housing, page 104.

4/5/12 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Alvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

5/1/1 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Ole Rafn

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

5/1/2 Apartment house with twelve units

  • 1992-1993

  • Víznyelő street, Budapest, Hungary

  • János Mónus, Zsuzsanna Szőke, Sándor Nagy

  • photo: János Mónus

  • source: Magyar Építőmúvészet 1995/1

5/1/3 Row house with 20 units

  • 1998-2001

  • Barlang street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Ferenc Cságoly, Ferenc Keller

  • photo: from Ferenc Keller

5/1/4 Row housing

  • 1999

  • Gavião, Portugal

  • José Gigante, Nuno Valentim Lopes

  • photo: Luís Ferreira Alves, João Gomes

  • source: Antonio Giménez, Conchi Monzonís: Collective Housing, EDITORIAL PENCIL, S.L., Valencia, 2006.

5/1/5 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Alvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

5/1/6 Family house

  • 2004

  • Cádiz, Spain

  • Rafael Otero González

  • photo: Fernando Alda

  • source: Antonio Giménez, Conchi Monzonís: Collective Housing, EDITORIAL PENCIL, S.L., Valencia, 2006.

5/1/8 Colony Mews

5/2/1 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Ole Rafn

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

5/2/2 Apartment house with twelve units

  • 1992-1993

  • Víznyelő street, Budapest, Hungary

  • János Mónus, Zsuzsanna Szőke, Sándor Nagy

  • photo: János Mónus

  • source: Magyar Építőmúvészet 1995/1

5/2/3 Row house with 20 units

  • 1998-2001

  • Barlang street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Ferenc Cságoly, Ferenc Keller

  • photo: from Ferenc Keller

5/2/4 Row housing

  • 1999

  • Gavião, Portugal

  • José Gigante, Nuno Valentim Lopes

  • photo: Luís Ferreira Alves, João Gomes

  • source: Antonio Giménez, Conchi Monzonís: Collective Housing, EDITORIAL PENCIL, S.L., Valencia, 2006.

5/2/5 Terracos de Braganca

  • 2004

  • Lisbon, Portugal

  • Alvaro Siza

  • photo: Jose Rodrigues

  • source: 4/Collective Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2006

5/2/6 Family house

  • 2004

  • Cádiz, Spain

  • Rafael Otero González

  • photo: Fernando Alda

  • source: Antonio Giménez, Conchi Monzonís: Collective Housing, EDITORIAL PENCIL, S.L., Valencia, 2006.

5/2/7 Quinta Monroy

5/2/8 Colony Mews

5/3/1 "Soholm housing estate"

  • 1950-1955

  • Bellevuekrogen, Klampenborg, Gentofte, Denmark

  • Arne Jacobsen

  • photo: D+W

  • source: Carsten Thau, Kjeld Vindum: Arne Jacobsen, The Danish Architectural Press / Arkitektens Forlag, Copenhagen, 2001

5/3/2 "Carpet"-type housing estate "Biserhof"

  • 1956-1960

  • Biserhofstrasse, Biserhof, St. Gallen, Switzerland

  • Heinrich Danzeisen, Hans Voser

  • photo: Friedhelm Thomas

  • source: Karl Krämer, Einfalmilienhauser in der Gruppe, KARL KRÄMER VERLAG, Stuttgart, 1966

5/3/3 “In den Gartenhöfen” and “Im Pfeiffengarten” housing

  • 1959-1961

  • Im Pfeiffengarten 4153, Reinach, near Basel, Switzerland

  • Ulrich Löw, Theodor Manz

  • photo: Foto-Kabus OHG, Konstabz

  • source: Hubert Hoffmann: Urban Low-Rise Group Housing, Terrace Houses, Patio Houses, Linked Houses, Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgard, 1967

5/3/4 "Haka" patio houses

  • 1963-1965

  • Hakamaankuja, Tapiola, Helsinki, Finnország

  • Pentti Ahola

  • photo: The Museum of Finnish Architecture, Helsinki

  • source: Hubert Hoffmann: Urban Low-Rise Group Housing, Terrace Houses, Patio Houses, Linked Houses, Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgard, 1967

5/3/5 Kyftenbeltlaan, atrium and row houses

5/3/6 Gassehaven housing

  • 1973

  • Gassehaven, Holte, Denmark

  • Palle Suensons

  • photo: Keld Helmer – Petersen

  • source: Paulhans Peters, Rolf Rosner, Wohn-Häuser,VERLAG GEORG D. W. CALLWEY, München, 1977

5/3/7 Row housing

  • 1975

  • Futó street, Perbál, Hungary

  • Tamás Maros, Judit Hámory

  • photo: István Mózer

  • source: Kálmán Timon, Korszerű kertes beépítések, a sorháztól a lakódombig, Műszaki Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1982

5/3/8 “Horstpad row housing”

  • 1977

  • Hoevelaken, Netherlands

  • Jan Verhoeven

  • photo: István Mózer

  • source: Kálmán Timon: Korszerű kertes beépítések, A sorháztól a lakódombig, Műszaki Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 1982

5/4/1 "Soholm housing estate"

  • 1950-1955

  • Bellevuekrogen, Klampenborg, Gentofte, Denmark

  • Arne Jacobsen

  • photo: D+W

  • source: Carsten Thau, Kjeld Vindum: Arne Jacobsen, The Danish Architectural Press / Arkitektens Forlag, Copenhagen, 2001

5/4/2 "Carpet"-type housing estate "Biserhof"

  • 1956-1960

  • Biserhofstrasse, Biserhof, St. Gallen, Switzerland

  • Heinrich Danzeisen, Hans Voser

  • photo: Thomas Friedhelm

  • source: Karl Krämer, Einfalmilienhauser in der Gruppe, KARL KRÄMER VERLAG, Stuttgart, 1966

5/4/3 “In den Gartenhöfen” and “Im Pfeiffengarten” housing

  • 1959-1961

  • Im Pfeiffengarten 4153, Reinach, near Basel, Switzerland

  • Ulrich Löw, Theodor Manz

  • photo: Foto-Kabus OHG, Konstabz

  • source: Hubert Hoffmann: Urban Low-Rise Group Housing, Terrace Houses, Patio Houses, Linked Houses, Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgard, 1967

5/4/4 "Haka" patio houses

  • 1963-1965

  • Hakamaankuja, Tapiola, Helsinki, Finnország

  • Pentti Ahola

  • photo: The Museum of Finnish Architecture, Helsinki

  • source: Hubert Hoffmann: Urban Low-Rise Group Housing, Terrace Houses, Patio Houses, Linked Houses, Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgard, 1967

5/4/5 Kyftenbeltlaan, atrium and row houses

5/4/6 Gassehaven housing

  • 1973

  • Gassehaven, Holte, Denmark

  • Palle Suensons

  • photo: Keld Helmer – Petersen

  • source: Paulhans Peters, Rolf Rosner, Wohn-Häuser,VERLAG GEORG D. W. CALLWEY, München, 1977

5/4/7 Row housing

  • 1975

  • Futó street, Perbál, Hungary

  • Tamás Maros, Judit Hámory

  • photo: István Mózer

  • source: Kálmán Timon: Korszerű kertes beépítések, a sorháztól a lakódombig, Műszaki Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1982

5/4/8 “Horstpad row housing”

  • 1977

  • Hoevelaken, Netherlands

  • Jan Verhoeven

  • photo: István Mózer

  • source: Kálmán Timon: Korszerű kertes beépítések, A sorháztól a lakódombig, Műszaki Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 1982

5/5/1 Catal Hüyük

5/5/2 Catal Hüyük

5/5/3 Mathenesse Siedlung

  • 1922

  • Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • J.J.P.Oud

  • source: Günther Satmm, J.J.P.Oud, Bauten und Projekte 1906 bis 1963, Florian Kupferberg Verlag, Mainz, 1984

5/5/4 Mathenesse Siedlung

  • 1922

  • Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • J.J.P.Oud

  • photo: Martien Kerkhof, Studio Retina

  • source: Ed Taverne/Cor Wagenaar/Martien de Vletter: J.J.P.Oud, Poetic Functionalist, Nai Publishers, Rotterdam, 2001

5/5/5 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Bent Ryberg

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

5/5/6 The Kingo Houses

  • 1956

  • Kingosvej, Helsingor, Denmark

  • Jorn Utzon

  • photo: Morgens Prip-Buus

  • source: Jorn Utzon / Richard Weston, The Countryard Houses,Jorn Utzon Logbook, Morgens Prip-Buus /Edition Blondal, Hellerup 2004

5/5/7 Residential housing

  • 2001-2002

  • Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Tegnestuen Vandkunsten

  • photo: Olof Hultin

5/5/8 Residential housing

  • 2001-2002

  • Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Tegnestuen Vandkunsten

  • photo: Olof Hultin

6/1/1 Family house, with medical clinic

  • 1961-1962

  • Kiskunhalas, Hungary

  • István Vellay

  • photo: István Szabó

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1963/1., page 25.

6/1/2 Robie house

  • 1909

  • Chicago, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

6/1/4 Family house

  • 2002-2006

  • Madrid, Spain

  • Eduardo Arroyo

  • photo: Roland Halbe

  • source: 2G n.41: Eduardo Arroyo, Barcelona 2007

6/1/5 Housing, Gazdagrét

  • 1983-1989

  • Budapest, Hungary

  • source: Hungarian Electronic Library, mek.oszk.hu

6/1/6 Social housing

  • 2002

  • Lakua, Spain

  • Ercilla&Campo Arquitectura

  • photo: César San Millán

  • source: Key Urban Housing, page 174.

6/1/7 Own family house

  • 1933-1935

  • Italy

  • Luigi Figini

  • photo: Dipartimento di Progettazione dell'Architettura, Politecnico di Milano, foto:Topuntoli

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

6/1/8 Erőmű housing

  • 1979-1980

  • Dorog, Hungary

6/2/1 Family house, with medical clinic

  • 1961-1962

  • Kiskunhalas, Hungary

  • István Vellay

  • photo: István Szabó

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1963/1., page 25.

6/2/2 Robie house

  • 1909

  • Chicago, USA

  • Frank Lloyd Wright

  • photo: Richard Weston

  • source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

6/2/3 Klein Bottle house

  • 2005-2008

  • Mornington Peninsula, Australia

  • McBride Charles Ryan - Rob McBride & Debbie-Lyn Ryan

  • photo: John Gollings

  • source: ArchDaily: http://www.archdaily.com/7952/klein-bottle house-mcbride-charles-ryan/1206053284_mcr-kbh-070737-8915/

6/2/4 Family house

  • 2002-2006

  • Madrid, Spain

  • Eduardo Arroyo

  • photo: Roland Halbe

  • source: 2G n.41: Eduardo Arroyo, Barcelona 2007

6/2/5 Housing, Gazdagrét

  • 1983-1989

  • Budapest, Hungary

  • source: Hungarian Electronic Library, mek.oszk.hu

6/2/6 Social housing

  • 2002

  • Lakua, Spain

  • Ercilla&Campo Arquitectura

  • photo: César San Millán

  • source: Key Urban Housing, page 174.

6/2/7 Own family house

  • 1933-1935

  • Italy

  • Luigi Figini

  • photo: Dipartimento di Progettazione dell'Architettura, Politecnico di Milano, foto:Topuntoli

  • source: Gennaro Postiglione: 100 Häuser für 100 Architekten,Taschen Deutschland GmbH, Köln, 2008

6/2/8 Erőmű housing

  • 1979-1980

  • Dorog, Hungary

6/3/1 Mathenesse Siedlung

  • 1922

  • Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • J.J.P.Oud

  • source: Günther Satmm, J.J.P.Oud, Bauten und Projekte 1906 bis 1963, Florian Kupferberg Verlag, Mainz, 1984

6/3/2 Villa on Zentai street

  • 1934

  • Szépvölgyi street 88/b, Budapest II., Hungary

  • József Fischer

  • photo: József Fischer

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1935/1. page 16-17.

6/3/3 Bridge house

6/3/4 Letterbox house

  • 2009

  • Mornington Peninsula, Australia

  • McBride Charles Ryan - Rob McBride & Debbie-Lyn Ryan

  • photo: John Gollings

  • source: http://www.archdaily.com/13597/letterbox house-mcbride-charles-ryan/257199216_080828-7075elev-assem-2/

6/3/5 Houses with tulips

  • 1973

  • Atomerőmű lakótelep, Paks, Hungary

  • György Csete

6/3/6 Precast housing

  • Debrecen, Hungary

6/3/7 Moor house

  • 1962

  • Orinda, California, USA

  • Charles Moor

  • photo: Morley Baer Photography Trust, source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

6/3/8 CODA

6/4/1 Mathenesse Siedlung

  • 1922

  • Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • J.J.P.Oud

  • source: Günther Satmm, J.J.P.Oud, Bauten und Projekte 1906 bis 1963, Florian Kupferberg Verlag, Mainz, 1984

6/4/2 Villa on Zentai street

  • 1934

  • Szépvölgyi street 88/b, Budapest II., Hungary

  • József Fischer

  • photo: József Fischer

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1935/1. page 16-17.

6/4/3 Bridge house

6/4/4 Letterbox house

  • 2009

  • Mornington Peninsula, Australia

  • McBride Charles Ryan - Rob McBride & Debbie-Lyn Ryan

  • photo: John Gollings

  • source: http://www.archdaily.com/13597/letterbox house-mcbride-charles-ryan/257199216_080828-7075elev-assem-2/

6/4/5 Houses with tulips

  • 1973

  • Atomerőmű lakótelep, Paks, Hungary

  • György Csete

6/4/6 Precast housing

  • Debrecen, Hungary

6/4/7 Moor house

  • 1962

  • Orinda, California, USA

  • Charles Moor

  • photo: Morley Baer Photography Trust, source: Colin Davies: Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, 2006

6/4/8 CODA

6/5/1 House with steel porch

6/5/2 House with steel porch

6/5/3 Steel and wood house

  • 2005

  • Asturias, Spain

  • Ecosistemaurbano

  • photo: Emilio P. Doiztua

  • source: 5/Architecture sustainable , Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2007, page 346.

6/5/4 Steel and wood house

  • 2005

  • Asturias, Spain

  • Ecosistemaurbano

  • photo: Emilio P. Doiztua

  • source: 5/Architecture sustainable , Editorial Pencil s.l., Valencia 2007, page 351.

6/5/5 22 Dandár park

6/5/6 22 Dandár park

6/5/7 "Collective housing"

  • 1978-1979

  • Miskolc, Hungary

  • Csaba Bodonyi

  • photo: István Mózer

  • source: Kálmán Timon, Korszerű kertes beépítések, a sorháztól a lakódombig, Műszaki Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1982

6/5/8 "Collective housing"

  • 1978-1979

  • Miskolc, Hungary

  • Csaba Bodonyi

  • photo: István Mózer

  • source: Kálmán Timon, Korszerű kertes beépítések, a sorháztól a lakódombig, Műszaki Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1982

7/1/1 Apartment house of the Weiss Menfred Enterprises Retirement Found

  • 1937

  • Margit körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Béla Hofstatter, Ferenc Domány

  • photo: Ferenc Haar

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1938, Pápai Ernő Műintézete, Budapest

7/1/2 Apartment house on Pasaréti street

  • 1937

  • Pasaréti street 7., II. Budapest, Hungary

  • Farkas Molnár

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

7/1/3 Unité d'Habitation

  • 1952

  • Marseilles, France

  • Le Corbusier

  • photo: FLC/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London, 2008

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 82.

7/1/4 Apartment house “mag house”

  • 2002

  • Rottenbiller street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Tamás Dévényi

  • photo: Andrea Häider

  • source: Alaprajz, 2002/05, page 21.

7/1/5

7/1/6 Torre velasca

  • 1958

  • Milano, Italy

  • Lodovice B. Belgioioso, Enrice Peressutti, Ernesto N. Rogers

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1960, Műszaki Kiadó, Budapest

7/1/7 Makasa housing

  • 2005

  • Les Palmas, Spain

  • Alexis López Acosta, Xavier Iván Díaz Martín

  • photo: Aitor Ortiz

  • source: a+t Density series, D Book, a+t ediciones, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Sp. 2007

7/1/8 Apartment house in the Castle of Buda

  • 1972

  • Úri street, Budapest I., Hungary

  • Lajos Horváth (KÖZTI)

  • photo: József Szabó

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1978/6

7/2/1 Apartment house of the Weiss Menfred Enterprises Retirement Found

  • 1937

  • Margit körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Béla Hofstatter, Ferenc Domány

  • photo: Ferenc Haar

  • source: Tér és Forma, 1938, Pápai Ernő Műintézete, Budapest

7/2/2 Apartment house on Pasaréti street

  • 1937

  • Pasaréti street 7., II. Budapest, Hungary

  • Farkas Molnár

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

7/2/3 Unité d'Habitation

  • 1952

  • Marseilles, France

  • Le Corbusier

  • photo: FLC/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London, 2008

  • source: Key Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century, page 82.

7/2/4 Apartment house “mag house”

  • 2002

  • Rottenbiller street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Tamás Dévényi

  • photo: Andrea Häider

  • source: Alaprajz, 2002/05, page 21.

7/2/5

7/2/6 Torre velasca

  • 1958

  • Milano, Italy

  • Lodovice B. Belgioioso, Enrice Peressutti, Ernesto N. Rogers

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1960, Műszaki Kiadó, Budapest

7/2/7 Makasa housing

  • 2005

  • Les Palmas, Spain

  • Alexis López Acosta, Xavier Iván Díaz Martín

  • photo: Aitor Ortiz

  • source: a+t Density series, D Book, a+t ediciones, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Sp. 2007

7/2/8 Apartment house in the Castle of Buda

  • 1972

  • Úri street, Budapest I., Hungary

  • Lajos Horváth (KÖZTI)

  • photo: József Szabó

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1978/6

7/3/1 Apartment house

  • 1929

  • Nyíregyháza, Hungary

  • Dr. Iván Kotsis

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1929, II., Budapest

7/3/2 Apartment house of the Gerogia Retirement Found

  • 1936

  • Rákóczi street, Károly körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Dr. Béla Tarát, Ede Novák

  • photo: Kozelka

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1936, IX., Sós György, Budapest

7/3/3 Apartment house

  • 1937

  • Rákóczi street 12., Budapest VII, Hungary

  • Gyula Wälder

  • photo: Tivadar Kozelka

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

7/3/4 Apartment house

  • 1937

  • Himfy street 9., Budapest IX., Hungary

  • János Wanner

  • photo: Zoltán Seidner

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

7/3/5 Apartment house

  • 1937

  • Honvéd street, Budapest, Hungary

  • György Rumszauer

  • photo: Zoltán Seidner

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1939, XII., Pápai Ernő műintézete, Budapest

7/3/6 Apartment house

  • 2005

  • Kapás street 26-44., Budapest, Hungary

  • Zsolt Hajnal

  • photo: Andrea Häider

  • source: Alaprajz, 12. évfolyam, 2005., március-április, page 39.

7/3/7 Social apartment house with 61 units

  • 2006

  • Madrid, Spain

  • Amann-Canovas-Maruri

  • photo: Ángel Baltanás, Estudio Amann-Cánovas-Maruri

  • source: 8/Multi-Family Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l. 2008

7/3/8 EMW housing

  • 2001-2005

  • Calle Berrocal 52-58, Villaverde, Madrid, Spain

  • David Chipperfield

  • photo: Roland Halbe

  • source: Materia vol. 47, Federico Motta Editore, Milano 2005

7/4/1 Apartment house

  • 1929

  • Nyíregyháza, Hungary

  • Dr. Iván Kotsis

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1929, II., Budapest

7/4/2 Apartment house of the Gerogia Retirement Found

  • 1936

  • Rákóczi street, Károly körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Dr. Béla Tarát, Ede Novák

  • photo: Kozelka

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1936, IX., Sós György, Budapest

7/4/3 Apartment house

  • 1937

  • Rákóczi street 12., Budapest VII, Hungary

  • Gyula Wälder

  • photo: Tivadar Kozelka

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

7/4/4 Apartment house

  • 1937

  • Himfy street 9., Budapest IX., Hungary

  • János Wanner

  • photo: Zoltán Seidner

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

7/4/5 Apartment house

  • 1937

  • Honvéd street, Budapest, Hungary

  • György Rumszauer

  • photo: Zoltán Seidner

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1939, XII., Pápai Ernő műintézete, Budapest

7/4/6 Apartment house

  • 2005

  • Kapás street 26-44., Budapest, Hungary

  • Zsolt Hajnal

  • photo: Andrea Häider

  • source: Alaprajz, 12. évfolyam, 2005., március-április, page 39.

7/4/7 Social apartment house with 61 units

  • 2006

  • Madrid, Spain

  • Amann-Canovas-Maruri

  • photo: Ángel Baltanás, Estudio Amann-Cánovas-Maruri

  • source: 8/Multi-Family Housing, Editorial Pencil s.l. 2008

7/4/8 EMW housing

  • 2001-2005

  • Calle Berrocal 52-58, Villaverde, Madrid, Spain

  • David Chipperfield

  • photo: Roland Halbe

  • source: Materia vol. 47, Federico Motta Editore, Milano 2005

7/5/1 Apartment house of the Weiss Menfred Enterprises Retirement Found

  • 1937

  • Margit körstreet, Budapest, Hungary

  • Béla Hofstatter, Ferenc Domány

7/5/2 Apartment house on Pasaréti street

  • 1937

  • Pasaréti street 7., Budapest II., Hungary

  • Farkas Molnár

  • source: A Tér és Forma, 1937, 10th issue, Tér és Forma szerkesztősége és kiadóhivatala, Budapest, 1937

7/5/3 Apartment house in the Castle of Buda

  • 1972

  • Úri street, Budapest I., Hungary

  • Lajos Horváth (KÖZTI)

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1978/6

7/5/4 Flower Tower

  • 2004

  • Párizs, Hungary

  • Edouard Francois

7/5/5 Torre velasca

  • 1958

  • Milano, Italy

  • Lodovice B. Belgioioso, Enrice Peressutti, Ernesto N. Rogers

  • source: Magyar Építőművészet, 1960, Műszaki Kiadó, Budapest

7/5/6 Unité d'Habitation

  • 1952

  • Marseilles, France

  • Le Corbusier

7/5/7 Apartment house “mag house”

  • 2002

  • Rottenbiller street, Budapest, Hungary

  • Tamás Dévényi

7/5/8 Makasa housing

  • 2005

  • Les Palmas, Spain

  • Alexis López Acosta, Xavier Iván Díaz Martín

8/1/2 Earth House Estate Lättenstrasse

8/1/3 Passive progressive

8/1/4 Separation Creek House

8/1/5 Hof Residence

8/1/6 Hunsett Mill

8/1/7 Thomas Eco House

8/1/9 Family house

8/2/1 BedZED (Beddington Zero Energy Development)

8/2/2 Earth House Estate Lättenstrasse

8/2/3 Passive progressive

8/2/4 Separation Creek House

8/2/5 Hof Residence

8/2/6 Hunsett Mill

8/2/7 Thomas Eco House

8/2/9 Family house

8/3/1 E+ Green Home

8/3/2 Veljko Milkovic's Self-Heating Ecological House

8/3/3 Sunlighthouse

8/3/4 CODA

8/3/5 Passive house

8/3/7 Reflecting Hube

8/3/9 Villa Cascais

8/4/1 E+ Green Home

8/4/2 Veljko Milkovic's Self-Heating Ecological House

8/4/3 Sunlighthouse

8/4/4 CODA

8/4/5 Passive house

8/4/7 Reflecting Hube

8/4/9 Villa Cascais

8/5/2 Hunsett Mill

8/5/4 The Houl

8/5/5 Capitol Hill Residence

8/5/6 Capitol Hill Residence

8/5/7 Stacking Green

8/5/8 Stacking Green

	
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