SANAA’s layered design proposal wins Budapest gallery competition

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SANAA’s proposal is a building whose roof is made up of several superimposed curved planes which, according to the architects, will function as an extension of the park. This will facilitate a connection with the adjacent Hungarian Music House designed by Sou Fujimoto, the FotoMuzeum Budapest Photography Museum and the KÖZTI Architects & Engineers Hungarian Museum of Architecture and the Vallet Museum of Ethnography by Martinis DIID Architects.

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“Ours is a contemporary form of public space – a space where the city, gardens and exhibition halls are part of an experiential whole,” described SANAA co-founders Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa. “It’s a museum that fluctuates with seasonal changes.”

A new competition for the redevelopment of the surrounding park, which is expected to expand the park’s green areas by five percent, will be launched in December.


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