World’s First Water House Presented in Kecskemet by Hungarian Architect
(MTI) – The prototype of the world’s first allwater fluid house was presented to the industry in Kecskemet, central Hungary.
Designed by Hungarian architect Matyas Gutai, the sustainable fluid house uses water insulation in thermal panels on all sides of the building.
Gutai, 33, told MTI on Saturday that the water house is able to provide a balancing capability not unlike that of the Earth, which is covered in 73 percent by water. The balancing effect provides a state-of-the-art comfort zone within a few seconds in the building.
The prototype presented is a 10 sqm building which was built with European Union support.
Gutai, who attended secondary school in Kecskemet and received his first degree from the Budapest Technical University, is now a researcher at Tokyo University.
Photo: MTI – Sandor Ujvari