Tamás Mórocz created a home in the inner part of Budakeszi, Hungary.
The settlement is characterized by buildings with pitched roofs perpendicular to the street produced frequently with a porch and with an intimate garden beside and at the back of the creating. The neatness and the basic purity of the Swabian villages is a noticable attribute of the settlement right now.
The house is a transcription of a creating with pitched roof and porch. Homes of this kind connect to their environment by means of the side backyard, consequently the front door and the porch are on the side of constructing and the rooms are organized alongside the porch.
The design and style of the developing is based on this classical layout but in this case the porch has been transformed. The front door is positioned in the extension which was added to the street front. The porch right here is enclosed in the mass of the creating and it withdraws as a subtraction from that mass and becomes a genuine open porch as we go in direction of the back.
It shelters from the street and unfolds in the course of the garden.
The vision of the porch was utilised as a start off-up and it was gradually transformed and partly disappeared throughout the layout process. It received transformed ahead of it could grow to be a burden that defiles the creating depriving it from its natural elegance.