The history of the building dates back to the 1960’s when the building was set up in the modernist style characteristic to that era. It was Laszlo Barcsay architect and Laszlo Prohaszka interior designer who planned the hunting lodge with careful meticulosity. In the 1980’s the building have gone through various building and renovation works during which unfortunately the exterior banisters had to be exchanged diverging from the original plans. In the interior the original lightning of the hall was replaced with new lamp frames but the alterations did not change the building’s earlier character significantly. The present renovations were made necessary by the deterioration of the building structures, the entire building engineering and the electric system. In addition to this, some functional changes were also needed. We felt the original architecture of the building essentially valuable; therefore we wished to fit to these elements grapping the sense of modernism and bringing the natural environment into the building together with the new interim spaces making it even more a part of the building. The designer’s intent was to place the building into a new context making it more interpretable and receptible, and strengthen the appearance of the entire building with the novelties but at the same time prevent the building’s values from any kind of injuries.