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Church of Saint John Paul II / Robert Gutowski Architects

Church of Saint John Paul II / Robert Gutowski ArchitectsChurch of Saint John Paul II / Robert Gutowski ArchitectsChurch of Saint John Paul II / Robert Gutowski ArchitectsChurch of Saint John Paul II / Robert Gutowski Architects+ 18

Páty, Hungary
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  980
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  iGuzzini, All light, Rőben Brick

Vizafogó Kindergarten Budapest / Archikon

Vizafogó Kindergarten Budapest / ArchikonVizafogó Kindergarten Budapest / ArchikonVizafogó Kindergarten Budapest / ArchikonVizafogó Kindergarten Budapest / Archikon+ 22

Bánáti + Hartvig Architects’ New Office Building / Bánáti + Hartvig Architects

Bánáti + Hartvig Architects’ New Office Building / Bánáti + Hartvig ArchitectsBánáti + Hartvig Architects’ New Office Building / Bánáti + Hartvig ArchitectsBánáti + Hartvig Architects’ New Office Building / Bánáti + Hartvig ArchitectsBánáti + Hartvig Architects’ New Office Building / Bánáti + Hartvig Architects+ 24

Cabin Moss / Béres Architects

Cabin Moss / Béres ArchitectsCabin Moss / Béres ArchitectsCabin Moss / Béres ArchitectsCabin Moss / Béres Architects+ 31

Campus Varaždin Student Dormitory / SANGRAD+AVP architects

Campus Varaždin Student Dormitory / SANGRAD+AVP architectsCampus Varaždin Student Dormitory / SANGRAD+AVP architectsCampus Varaždin Student Dormitory / SANGRAD+AVP architectsCampus Varaždin Student Dormitory / SANGRAD+AVP architects+ 22

Varaždin, Croatia

Arches in Interior Design: 26 Projects that Reimagine the Classical Shape

Although the use of arches in architecture dates back to the 2nd millennium B.C., it was the Romans who solidified them as both an engineering element and a symbol of military victories, which we now see excessively as memorial arches. Shortly after, different civilizations and cultures adopted the arch for their own purposes, bridging together structural necessity and aesthetics. In this article, we look at how arches evolved from significant structural elements to captivating decorative details.

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Our Lady of Fátima Shrine / Robert Gutowski Architects

Our Lady of Fátima Shrine / Robert Gutowski ArchitectsOur Lady of Fátima Shrine / Robert Gutowski ArchitectsOur Lady of Fátima Shrine / Robert Gutowski ArchitectsOur Lady of Fátima Shrine / Robert Gutowski Architects+ 18

Alsószentiván, Hungary

The Zam! Community Center / Studio A4

The Zam! Community Center  / Studio A4The Zam! Community Center  / Studio A4The Zam! Community Center  / Studio A4The Zam! Community Center  / Studio A4+ 44

Kindergarten Pécs / Koller Studio / József Koller, László Csatai

Kindergarten Pécs / Koller Studio / József Koller, László CsataiKindergarten Pécs / Koller Studio / József Koller, László CsataiKindergarten Pécs / Koller Studio / József Koller, László CsataiKindergarten Pécs / Koller Studio / József Koller, László Csatai+ 25

Why Budapest's Contemporary Architects had to Go Underground to Find Success

This article by ArchDaily's former managing editor Vanessa Quirk first appeared on ArtsCultureBeat, the web magazine of Arts & Culture concentration at Columbia Journalism School’s MA program, titled "The Secret Life of Hungarian Contemporary Architecture."

This time last year, Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán stood at a podium in a pristine new subway station. Raw concrete beams criss-crossed above him; state-of-the art, driverless trains stood silently beside him. It was the opening ceremony for Line 4, a subway line that due to delays, corruption, and disputes had been 40 years in the making.

“The people of Budapest began to accept the thought that only their grandchildren would use Budapest’s new Metro line, or not even them.” Orbán told the crowd. He recounted an old joke that embodied the cynicism that once surrounded the project: Chuck Norris had been on Metro Line 4.

Orbán credited the line’s completion, which occurred only a few weeks before the 2014 parliamentary elections, to “the solidarity and unity that was established in 2010 [when Orbán’s government took power] and has since been maintained.” He didn’t mention how, under his first government (1998 to 2002), he had withheld funds from the project, contributing significantly to its delay. Nor did he mention that his party had fought against the idea that the line, an expensive infrastructural project, needed architecture at all.

Today, though, the line’s stunning architecture is its most noticeable feature. Line 4 is not just a watershed achievement in Hungary’s history, but also a symbol of what it takes to make contemporary architecture in Hungary today. Both literally and figuratively, contemporary architecture had to go underground.

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Duplex villa / débert architects

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Budaörs, Hungary

Paris Court / Archikon

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Paris Court / ArchikonParis Court / ArchikonParis Court / ArchikonParis Court / Archikon+ 75

Explore 20 Amazing Temporary Installations at Hello Wood 2019

The Hello Wood Summer School and Festival has expanded over the years to build up a lot of recognition internationally within the architecture community, with previous years having more than 1000 participants from across 70 countries and over 50 universities take part in Hello Wood’s educational event. By looking to the future and adopting an attitude of rebirth, a large part of the tenth anniversary of the festival was about criticism of the stereotypical role of the architect - one that is constrained by expectations and deadlines - while searching for the true superpower of those that want to make a change with a free spirit. Twenty workshops led by a truly global group of professionals helped to celebrate the decennial with their unique takes on the transformation of the architect. As a result of a series of rites and ceremonies that included the building of 20 installations, the week aimed at setting participants free to follow their dreams.

Floating Blocks / Tóth Project Architect Office

Floating Blocks / Tóth Project Architect OfficeFloating Blocks / Tóth Project Architect OfficeFloating Blocks / Tóth Project Architect OfficeFloating Blocks / Tóth Project Architect Office+ 31

Budapest, Hungary

House in Kapuvár / László Papp - plémühely

House in Kapuvár / László Papp - plémühelyHouse in Kapuvár / László Papp - plémühelyHouse in Kapuvár / László Papp - plémühelyHouse in Kapuvár / László Papp - plémühely+ 43

Fate of O’Donnell + Tuomey’s RIBA International Prize Contender Uncertain after Political Crackdown

The Central European University’s Budapest campus, designed by O’Donnell + Tuomey and shortlisted for the RIBA International Prize, is under threat of abandonment due to ongoing verbal and legislative attacks by Hungary’s populist prime minister, Viktor Orbán.

As reported by CNN, university officials have spoken publically about plans to leave Budapest, with the university’s board recently approving the opening of a satellite campus in Vienna in 2019. The decision would cast doubt over the second construction phase of the O’Donnell + Tuomey vision.

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Diósgyőr Stadium / KÖZTI Architects

Diósgyőr Stadium / KÖZTI ArchitectsDiósgyőr Stadium / KÖZTI ArchitectsDiósgyőr Stadium / KÖZTI ArchitectsDiósgyőr Stadium / KÖZTI Architects+ 24

  • Architects: KÖZTI Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  7360
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Gerflor, Nowy Styl Group, FERROBETON, FRATELLI MARIANI S. p. A., KÉSZ Goup International
  • Professionals : MARKET Építő Zrt.