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Lilla Kasztner

http://lillakasztner.portfoliobox.net

Pécs, Hungary
I finished my master studies in 2016 in Hungary as an architect. Right now I'm working at the area of architecture and graphic design. With my final project I participated in a workshop called '4x4 Workshop' in Beijing in 2016 and among around 200 other students I won 1st prize with my work. I'm interested in every innovation about sustainable architecture technologies. During the design process I'm trying to think 'out-of -box' finding new ways.

Clear Mind. Rethink Future.


We waste a lot of energy. We waste energy in our personal life, in transportation, in architecture almost everywhere. We have to change our habits. The future starts now.

Clear Mind. Rethink Future.


We waste a lot of energy. We waste energy in our personal life, in transportation, in architecture almost everywhere. We have to change our habits. The future starts now.
Creating new design with forgotten materials. New restarts in future-thinking.

As we look around in the world we can see that our modern and developed society nowadays is nothing else, but the society of rush. People are always in a hurry and trying to keep up with obligations. This could be extremely exhausting, generating bad habits and a very unhealthy lifestyle. We waste a lot of energy.

Not only in our personal life, but almost everywhere we waste energy. We use non renewable resources, our carbon- footprint is extremly big, the environment is changing fast. If we want to live between good and healthy conditions in the future, than we should take steps now in the present. Because FUTURE STARTS NOW.

We forgot how we can live together with nature especially in cities. We also forgot about many natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly materials that can be used as building materials too. Now it is the time to rediscover and use them again in a new way.


In the 'YogaHouse' project I would liked to create a high quality space for practicing yoga, where people can slow down, clear their minds and recharge their energy. For me it was really important that the building itself represents an affordable, renewable and eco-friendly approach.

The border between indoor and outdoor blends seamlessly.

Deciding beside a building material and structure is one of the most important element during the design process. In my project I wanted to use a durable but eco-friendly material, and after a long search I find a material called hempcrete, which is a mixture aof industrial hemp, water and lime. It has several benefits and same properties as concrete. Benefits of hempcrete : energy efficient, excellent thermal properties, , fireproof, waterproof, regulates moisture, aesthetic

The building and the surrounding environment has a strong connection. Nature and built-up area are making a unit.

The project is located in city Pécs, on the slopes of Mecsek Hills. To give back the taken green areas I made a green roof which can extend the green surfaces, and due to this the building can slick into the hillside. The main entrance of the building plot has an eye-cathing green- and hempcrete-wall.

Clear Mind. Rethink Future.


We waste a lot of energy. We waste energy in our personal life, in transportation, in architecture almost everywhere. We have to change our habits. The future starts now.

Clear Mind. Rethink Future.


We waste a lot of energy. We waste energy in our personal life, in transportation, in architecture almost everywhere. We have to change our habits. The future starts now.
Creating new design with forgotten materials. New restarts in future-thinking.

As we look around in the world we can see that our modern and developed society nowadays is nothing else, but the society of rush. People are always in a hurry and trying to keep up with obligations. This could be extremely exhausting, generating bad habits and a very unhealthy lifestyle. We waste a lot of energy.

Not only in our personal life, but almost everywhere we waste energy. We use non renewable resources, our carbon- footprint is extremly big, the environment is changing fast. If we want to live between good and healthy conditions in the future, than we should take steps now in the present. Because FUTURE STARTS NOW.

We forgot how we can live together with nature especially in cities. We also forgot about many natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly materials that can be used as building materials too. Now it is the time to rediscover and use them again in a new way.


In the 'YogaHouse' project I would liked to create a high quality space for practicing yoga, where people can slow down, clear their minds and recharge their energy. For me it was really important that the building itself represents an affordable, renewable and eco-friendly approach.

The border between indoor and outdoor blends seamlessly.

Deciding beside a building material and structure is one of the most important element during the design process. In my project I wanted to use a durable but eco-friendly material, and after a long search I find a material called hempcrete, which is a mixture aof industrial hemp, water and lime. It has several benefits and same properties as concrete. Benefits of hempcrete : energy efficient, excellent thermal properties, , fireproof, waterproof, regulates moisture, aesthetic

The building and the surrounding environment has a strong connection. Nature and built-up area are making a unit.

The project is located in city Pécs, on the slopes of Mecsek Hills. To give back the taken green areas I made a green roof which can extend the green surfaces, and due to this the building can slick into the hillside. The main entrance of the building plot has an eye-cathing green- and hempcrete-wall.


Idea by

Lilla Kasztner
Pécs
Hungary
I finished my master studies in 2016 in Hungary as an architect. Right now I'm working at the area of architecture and graphic design. With my final project I participated in a workshop called '4x4 Workshop' in Beijing in 2016 and among around 200 other students I won 1st prize with my work. I'm interested in every innovation about sustainable architecture technologies. During the design process I'm trying to think 'out-of -box' finding new ways.