The dwelling house of two upper vocational school teachers on Lechner Square exemplifies excellently that the novel spirit of the Art Nouveau inspiringly influenced the attitude of the contemporary middle class. Though the bead-moulding formed from glazed ceramics runs across the whole length of the facade under the cornice on the inner positioned Raffay House, harmony, good sense of proportion and moderate ornamentation dominate the spectacle. The corner Szígyártó House seems to be more magnificent and more splendidly ornamented. The building owes its unique look to the creative application of the ornamental attributes of brick facings and the peacock feather patterned ceramic adornments, shining in striking colours and crowning the windows. Both houses demonstrate that lasting value can be created provided that good taste is coupled with high standard craftsmanship and masterly masonry skills representing the atmosphere of the period.