The location for the Science Building is beautiful and more than suitable: opposite the Heart Institute of the University of Pécs, on the southern slope of the Makár Hill that is still an unbuilt site with grass. Hence the Architects got the playful idea: ‘Rolling Stones’, the vision of stones rolling down from the hills. The three roughly uniform ‘stones’ of the Science Building uses three different type of energy source. The heat of the soil, solar energy and normal central heating is also used. The building is already equipped with modern building service systems. The various methods can be tested in a way that the results can be recorded and the performances can be compared.
The Archaeology Museum of the Janus Pannonius Museum in Pécs is standing on the civil main square of the city, next to the mosque of Gazi Kassim, which is outstandingly unique in Europe, among eclectic walls. The architect’s aim was at the reconstruction of the Archaeology Museum that the archaeological givens and the renovations from the middle ages till the 21
century should be presented. The area and the building itself have written the scenario of the exhibition. At the reconstruction of the building the architects also used the possibilities of the ecological techniques.
1 Introduction and research goal The Energy Design Research Group at University of Pecs conducts thermal dynamic and light simulation studies for optimal building design. Simulation works as a decision support system for analyzing alternatives of
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Dénes , Andrea – Papp , Nóra – Babai , Dániel – Czúcz