In the nineties, Bauhaus became popular again in Hungary, as a reminisence of the period between the world wars and its values, often described as the ?civilian? era. Many buildings, mostly residential houses were completed using the characteristic features of this style, sometimes on an extremely high level. The Margit house was built at the downfall of the trend, skilfully summarizing its values with some additional, playful constructivist motives. Although the parcel's proportions are unfavorable, furthermore, a petrol station had to be fitted on the street level, the facades show a strongly unified image. A strictly composed, elegant but still restrained exterior is displayed towards Bem József street, while the facade on Tölgyfa street is more open with its structure lightened by colored geometric patterns that show an almost artistic influence. The house?s biggest virtue is probably the thoughtful articulation, the diverse street facade, which adapts to the building traditions of the neighbourhood.