Designing new homes, renovating old buildings, building factories - an architect can do a lot. Hungarian architect Anna Varga takes her expertise to other places. She brings together her various colleagues in Budapest, Gyöngyös and Iszkaszentgyörgy. This enables Xella customers in Hungary to build more sustainably, more energy-efficiently and faster. Anna Varga describes her role: “Together with the production and marketing we find innovative solutions that work in our small country.”
Now, she is proud of Xella's large-format autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) panels produced in Austria, which save her customers a lot of time during construction - AAC panel house projects are in increasing demand in Hungary.
“We are constantly looking for ideas from the Hungarian market, our own colleagues, and innovations from the international Xella Group. This allows us to develop what works and is needed in our national market“, says Anna Varga. “Networking is particularly important in a small country.” When you talk to her, you won't doubt that she knows how to bring people and ideas together. She is an open person who listens carefully in conversation and brings the perspective of builders and architects to the table. An ideal mix for thinking outside the box without losing touch with the ground.