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Known for its innovative architecture installations, the Budapest-based Hello Wood Studio has created, Art Shield, the winterization protection of the monument in Vörösmarty square in Budapest with a fresh, contemporary proposal.
Key historical buildings on our Budapest architecture tours include the Aquincum museum and ruin garden, Buda Castle, Castle Vajdahunyad, Fishermen’s bastion and Dreschler Palace. New Budapest architecture to see: Magyar Autóklub and The Duna Arena.
The 19th century mill Jazz Loft Apartment Building restoration project has been by completed by T2a Architects, creating rental housing built near old socialist apartment blocks.
Designed by építész stúdió a simple and modern Pannónia Apartment Building project is a residential housing development, taking up an entire block in the centre of Budapest.
Designed by Napur Architects the Villa Black was built on one of the most beautiful locations of Budaliget. The flat site is located on a former airport field, in the exact center of the area, which previously functioned as the airport runway.
One of the most ornamented buildings in Europe, Paris Court in Brudern House Budapest has been renovated and repurposed: architecture photos and story of this historic revival.
When Napur Architects were tasked to redesign Villa Cinquecento in Buda, it was inevitable that the architects and new customers would need to collaborate through open, transparent communication to achieve a high-quality result.
LAB5 architects was requested to design an update of the interior in 2018. During the last years not only their expectations towards the look of offices changed a lot, but also the way they work has undergone a minor revolution.
As part of the medium and long-term plans for the urban design of Budapest Southern City Gate Development, NAPUR Architect Ltd. have designed the Budapest Athletic Stadium and its complementary project elements.
Designed by Napur Architect the Duna Arena is located close to the northern gateway of Budapest, on the banks of the Danube, easily accessed by bus, tram and the nearby metro line, as well as by boat, bicycles and on foot.
The new museum building, Museum of Ethnography, designed by Napur Architect has dynamic yet simple lines simultaneously harmonised with the park environment and communicating with the surrounding urban area.
Designed by Építész Stúdió the Széll Kálmán Square project was about the refurbishment of one of Budapest’s busiest downtown transport hubs, and the most visited public square on the Buda side.
Designed by Építész Stúdió Nedű Street House sits on a narrow corner plot, with the maximized height and areas, the roof was the only place where, the otherwise unusable attic became a spacious room.