The new building design stems from both an understanding of its role as a civic building in a historic European capital city and its need to respond to the requirements of a twenty-first century museum.
This building design frames a richness of diverse spaces for experience, learning and relaxing that support the educational development and understanding of the nature of sound and the origin of music.
This line is the largest infrastructure project of the city for the last decades. The architects aimed to provide attractive public transportation with the new aesthetics and high architectural quality of a series of new public spaces.
Based on submitted competitive projects and negotiations with architecture studios, the New National Gallery will be built in the Vársoliget to the design by internationally renowned Japanese SANAA architects studio.
Liget Budapest, the Hungarian capital’s large scale museum quarter project that aspires to create a unique cultural and family park through the complex development and renewal of Budapest’s City Park has been finally given the green light.
Museum of Ethnography, Hungarian Design, Budapest Cultural Centre Architecture, Images Museum of Ethnography Cultural Centre Development, Hungary – design by MAURO TURIN ARCHITECTES 16 Apr 2015 Museum of Ethnography in Budapest Location: Budapest, Hungary Design: MAURO TURIN ARCHITECTES Museum of Ethnography in Budapest Author’s Vision Facing to a significant complexity of the site, the project assumed…
Liget Budapest Project, Hungarian Design Competition Winner, Hungary Cultural Centre Architecture Liget Budapest Cultural Centre Competition New National Gallery–Ludwig Museum, Hungary Architecture Contest: SANAA + Snøhetta, Architects 14 Apr 2015 Liget Budapest Cultural Centre Competition Winners Europe’s new cultural centre to be built in Budapest’s 200-year-old City Park Winners: SANAA (Japan) and Snøhetta (Norway) Two…