Architectural design

Public and community buildings

Residential buildings

Other buildings

References of building and investment advice (LCC)
  • Continuously

    On-site consulting and cost-effectiveness analysis

    Comparative analysis of the cost and maintenance costs of possible heating systems for family houses. Calculation of heat demand for renovation, determination of boiler capacity by analyzing cost-effectiveness of several alternatives.

  • 2016

    Cost effectiveness analysis of mechanical system variations of a straw bale type-house (LCC)

    The heating energy demand of the building has been examined in many variations, which show surprisingly different energetic and economic values besides the same building structures. The following two tables summarize the energy, installation and operating costs of the studied mechanical alternatives, as well as the somewhat subjective (but very important in real decision-making) aspects of the investments, such as space requirements, comfort and sustainability.

  • 2011

    Testing the method of calculating the European Cost Efficiency Regulation

    Member of an international team of experts testing the European Union Regulation on the cost-effectiveness of buildings. Report of a project coordinated by the Joint Research Institute: TEST RUN OF DRAFT FRAMEWORK METHODOLOGY FOR CALCULATION OF COST OPTIMAL MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • 2009

    Energy audit, investment preparation

    Energy audit of five existing buildings at two sites of the Animal Breeding and Feed Research Institute, proposing the technical content of the renovation for the call of KEOP 5-3-0. Energy calculations of the existing and planned state, and the cost estimate of the proposed investment. The value of the planned investment is HUF 170 million.

  • 2007-2009

    Preparation and management of investment

    Project management of “Turn Barracks into schools” project sponsored by the Waldorf Fundation – Vác. The purpose of the project was to renovate an old military barrack and change it into a school building adhering to Waldorf’s refined standards. The project plan was completed in 2007, and the building permit plan in 2008.

  • 2007

    Cost-benefit analisys

    The construction cost and maintenance cost analysis of a Single-detached dwelling in Magyarkút, which followed the low-energy house and passive house standards and was built of natural building materials.

  • 2006

    Architectural evaluation of investment

    Belső Udvar was part of the panel that evaluated proposals for the remodelling of Pesti Vigadó.

  • 2005-2007

    Investment monitoring

    Investment monitoring of screening centers and hospitals of HEFOP/4.3 in Fehérgyarmat, Mezőkövesd, Miskolc and Nyíregyháza.

  • 2004-2005

    Cost-benefit analysis

    Thermodynamical and cost analysis of wall structures in the eco-suburb of Rád.

  • 2003

    Preliminary feasibility study

    Feasibility study into the sustainable remodelling of a prefabricated block of flats for the Autonomous City Project.

  • 2003

    Preliminary feasibility study

    Feasibility study into the sustainable remodelling of an older city block for the Autonomous City Project.

  • 2003

    Preliminary feasibility study

    Preliminary feasibility study into the extension of a primary school in Kapolcs with bio-solar modules.

  • 2003

    Preliminary feasibility study

    Preliminary feasibility study into the installation of solar hot water supply for the sports-ground of Taliándörögd.

References of dynamic building simulation
  • 2018

    Examination of extreme interior thermal comfort of temple space

    The main ship of the Budapest church was very cold in winter and very hot in summer. In preparation for the renovation, we investigated the cause of the phenomenon by thermal imaging and dynamic thermal bridge simulation analysis, and made investment proposals for a more comfortable interior environment.
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  • 2006-

    Freeware excel file for thermodynamical supervision of buildings

    The act 7/2006. (V. 24.) TNM introduces new methods and requirements for thermodynamical supervision of buildings. The excel file developed by our office, is able to rate residential, office and educational buildings without active cooling and ventilation. The files, with indication of the author, are free to use.

  • 2005

    Dynamic simulation of low-energy house

    With the aid of the Energy+ software we simulated the optimal heating and cooling needs (for each hour of the day) of a Single-detached dwelling. The 140 m2, energy efficient house had adobe walls with straw bale insulation and other improvements that together provided above average heat insulation.

  • 2004

    Dynamic simulation of Family House

    At the design stage of a 400 m2, energy efficient Single-detached dwelling the possibility arose that it would overheat in summer. We have developed a computer model of the house, including the building materials and investigated the internal air temperature for each hour of the day. We gained valuable knowledge about the effects of shading, mass and enforced ventilation on the comfort levels of the internal air temperatures.

  • 2003

    Dynamic simulation of block house in an urban environment.

    As a part of the Autonomous City project, we simulated the energy consumption and heating requirements of a prefabricated block of flats, using the Energy+ software.

  • 2003

    Dynamic simulation of Single-detached dwelling

    Estimating cost and energy requirements of both traditional and energy efficient Single-detached dwellings using Energy+ software simulations.

References on research on building structures

Publications in Englesh – in chronological order

References on training and education