Budapest Developments: Hungarian Building Designs

Budapest Developments, Hungarian Building Projects, Property Design News, Architects

Budapest Developments

Contemporary Buildings + Architectural Projects in Hungary, Eastern Europe

Budapest Building Developments

Central European Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Budapest Architecture Designs – chronological list

Budapest Architecture News
Budapest Architecture Walking Tours
Budapest Buildings
Budapest City Hall
Budapest M4 Metro Stations
Budapest Varoshaza Forum

Hello Wood Pop Up Park Downtown Budapest
House of Hungarian Music
Hungarian Autoklub Headquarter
Hungarian Buildings

Jazz Loft Apartment Building

Liget Budapest Masterplan

Margeza apartment in Budapest
Máriássy House Loft Office Budapest
Museum of Ethnography Design Competition
Museum of Ethnography in Liget Budapest

National Athletics Center Budapest
Nedű Street House in Budapest
Nepsziget Budapest Masterplan
New Budapest Bridge by UNStudio
New National Gallery of Hungary

Pannónia Apartment Building in Budapest
Paris Court in Brudern House
Proposal for Museum of Ethnography

Széll Kálmán Square Budapest

The Duna Arena in Budapest
The New House of Hungarian Music competition entry
Tulipán Street Buda

Villa Black in Budaliget
Villa Cinquecento in Budapest

Location: Budapest, Hungary, central Europe




East European Architecture

Hungarian Architects

Hungarian Architecture

Paris Court in Brudern House, Ferenciek Square, design by KROKI and architecture studio ARCHIKON:
Paris Court in Brudern House Budapest developments
photo : Tamás Bujnovszky
Paris Court in Brudern House

Architectural Projects in neighbouring countries of East Europe:

Slovakian Architecture

Slovenian Architecture

Romanian Architecture

Greek Architecture

Bulgarian Architecture

Macedonia Buildings

Slovenian Buildings

Slovenian Architects

This is the capital and the largest city of Hungary, and one of the largest cities in the European Union. It is the country’s principal political, cultural, commercial, industrial, and transportation centre, sometimes described as the primate city of Hungary.

It has architecturally noteworthy buildings in a wide range of styles and from distinct time periods, from the ancient times as Roman City of Aquincum in Óbuda, which dates from around 89 AD, to the most modern Palace of Arts, the contemporary arts museum and concert hall.
source: wikipedia

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