Location: Hajdúszoboszló, Hungary
Program: Pavilion, Architecture, Public Space, Urban Landscaping, Public Gardens, Temporary Installation, Urban Design
Client: Municiplaity of Hajdúszoboszló
Area: 11.000 sqm
Team: in collaboartion with Orsolya Mátyus, Ian Chaplin (WeCare Architecture) and Dániel Rádai (The Urbal)
Koz-Part provides an urban experience of nature in the city of Hajdúszoboszló, a city of spa and water recreation Park in the East of Hungary.
The design call assigned the participants to open to the public a green area located between the lake shore and Jozsef Attila road. The character of the area dominated by large trees with a green pasture lawn.
Our concept for the design was to celebrate the lake with a walking route wining into the 'forest' and into the lake. This walking path connects the two main plazas at the deltas of the park. The two plazas focal element is water, manifested as a play in the water plaza and as a natural power to observe and connect to through the multi-functional pavilion. The board walk between the two plaza takes visitors through different activity places for play and sport, but also through different gardens (healing garden) to rest and to be restored.
Isometric perspective view of the park
Floating islands in summer
Public terrace / performance stage in winter
Interior of the multi-purposed pavilion