Studio & awards
Robert Gutowski Architects is a Budapest-based architectural practice founded in 2004. The practice has developed a reputation for working on a wide range of cultural, heritage and residential projects. Completed and ongoing current projects include a recital hall in Pannonhalma, Unesco World Heritage site, Pilgrim House in Mariazell, Austria and a contemporary museum in Székesfehérvár. The practice has earned recognition, winning several competitions and awards for completed projects. The reputation of the office is established by both a commitment to the collaborative aspect of creating architecture and a strong focus on refining design ideas to arrive at a solution which is architecturally, socially and intellectually coherent. Studio members: Robert Gutowski, Barnabás Dely-Steindl, Gáspár Bollók, Hunor László Kovács, Béla Ákos Szokolay, Éva Varga.
Awards: Media Awards 2007 Winner, Budapest / Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction 2008 Nominee, Zurich / Royal Institute of British Architects Goldfinger Scholar 2010 Shortlisted with Carmody Groarke and Eva Jiricna Architects, London / Media Awards 2013 Finalist, Budapest / Pilgrim House, Mariazell, competition I. prize / Media Awards 2016 Finalist, Budapest / Architizer A+ Awards 2017 Special Mention, New-York / The Plan Award 2017 Finalist, Venice / ICONIC Awards 2017 Interior Winner, Frankfurt
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