The directorship of the National Park chose the parkland clearing of Sarród village at the encounter of Fertő – Hanság at the border of the nature zone as the spot of its hall. Beside the protection of the flora and fauna, the National Park’s conservationist task is the preservation and the conveyance of the historico-cultural values, which this building tries to exemplify, too. The functional build-up of the building is similarly very complex due to the multivarious activities – official, educational, researching, economic, maintenance and touristic – going on in the building. This justifies the formation of a mass divided into smaller, articulated units which provides opportunity for the execution of the different activities among tranquil, separated circumstances. In the closed space the covered, open foreground continues in a two-level gallery atrium and like the high street of a village, it embraces the circularly planned assembly room, the village church ( the assembly scene of preaching and education) in a soft arch. In turn, the independent office and accommodating buildings line up like comb-shaped farmhouses, in the neighbouring villages looking into the atrium with their still traceable gables.