The task of our office was to design an incubator house for the companies settled in the new industrial park that had been realized within the framework of the brown-meadow investment by converting the building of the former plant. The major aim of the incubation was to accommodate the novice companies and generate their development with naturally facilitating their cooperation so that after a certain time they are able to become active and dynamic participants of the economic life. This integrative ability is expressed by the so-called new ‘knowledge-horn’ entrance that defines the facade of the building. In the horizontal and vertical section there is a narrowing steel, stone and glass-shaped interim space which has diverse functions from the point of view of the arrival: on the one hand, its main frame elements function as advertising pillars; on the other hand by appearing on the building like a landmark element, it further emphasizes the original, reserved entrance situation.
The sincere brick-architecture, since here we can’t talk about a brick cover as such 51-centimeter-thick concise, small brick walls stand here unplastered that should be preserved by any means even in spite of the more and more severe energetic expectations.