This way of building has a past of approximately half a century. It is based on the life work of Béla Sámsondi Kiss which he practised from the 30s until his death, in 1972.
Continuing his activities we built houses using his rich theoretical and practical experiences and also improved various constructing methods by means of this technology.
The technical and practical experiences of this way of construction were also enriched by these methods that have stood the test of time and it proved viable. As a result of these practical experiences we worked out a new technological method, which has great architectural - structural freedom. This is the so-called plaster concrete structure.
This construction satisfies the functional, static and physical demands of the modern building structures. Reference establishments have been built since 1983. It has an ÉMI licence and stands under legal protection.

General description: The plaster concrete structure is a prefabricated, thin-walled monolith ferro-concrete shield or rather a girder structure that stays in and is produced by plaster-shutter. It’s main peculiarity is the folded plate construction.
This technology is suitable for producing almost any structural pieces of buildings so not only the walls and ceilings but outer and inner stairs, fences, built-in furniture or the structure and shielding of roofs can be made of plaster concrete as well. In a ready-made state every surface can be covered and painted easily.

The advantages of ferro-concrete structure appear here as well. Shelves, hidden lights (Eg.: in the bathroom), sloping planes etc. can be formed easily. Electric switches and wall-sockets as well as box-junctions and pipes are possible to install in advance. In this way we can save the trouble of engraving and destroying that goes with electric installation. Plaster concrete is suitable for making built-in furniture or kitchen counters easily according to claims. Only doors should be fitted on the furniture subsequently. The counters are usually tiled but can also be substituted for other materials if wanted.

When building in a loft one may often get into the difficult situation when the actual ceiling cannot be burdened any longer, it needs to be changed. Therefore the old ceiling should be removed which involves pulling down the roof.
Such works bring about the failure of the construction since having these works done means upsetting the lives and homes of the occupants. Plaster concrete aims at solving this problem. Without pulling down the roof and the actual ceiling a so-called additional ceiling can be built there.

Considering both the little weight of the complete construction (120-150 kg/m2) and the building facilities that are suitable for statical abilities this procedure stands the test in situations where everything else is out of the question.

The most spectacular products of plaster concrete building are the stairs. Several points should be taken into consideration while making them. It ought to be load-bearing and closed from below if possible, so that dust couldn't fall under the stairs while using it. In this way the area underneath can also be useful.
The stairs made of plaster concrete absolutely satisfies these features. We can allow full play to our imagination when designing. The flexibility of technology is sure to satisfy that.