During the design process, we have tried to develop a building that is in balance with its environment but is modern and holds its value. One of the ground-floor apartments of the building, which is outstanding due to unique technical solutions, has a garden for resting, and all the other apartments from the first floor to the top have a balcony or loggia; furthermore, there is a shared garden installed on the first floor as well. The building has a lift, a reception desk (reception service), 19 storage rooms at the underground level for sale, as well as a parking garage equipped with a mechanical parking system. A rare feature of the property is that Miksa Róth, after whom Róth Residence was named, the most remarkable artist of Hungarian glass painting and mosaic art started his career in this building.
Miksa Róth (1865-1944) – glass painter and mosaic artist
Róth founded his “Art Institute of Glass Painting” in 1885. The “Art Institute of Imperial and Royal Court Glass Painter and Mosaic Artist Miksa Róth” operated until 1939. The institute started to engage in glass mosaic creation from 1897. Róth managed to elevate his work onto an artistic level; at the beginning his style was marked by historicism, then by art nouveau and art déco as well as their combination. Róth was nationally and internationally recognised many times, his pieces of art continue to enrich, among others, the buildings of the Parliament, the Grasham Palace, the Hungarian National Bank and the Music Academy as well as embellish many windows of the Cathedral in Szeged.