The Liget Budapest Project is possibly the world’s most extensive architectural competition in 2014." /> The Liget Budapest Project is possibly the world’s most extensive architectural competition in 2014." />




03.18.14
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Liget Budapest International Architectural Design Competition



Four competitions. Five buildings. Six institutions. The Liget Budapest Project is possibly the world’s most extensive architectural competition in 2014. The project aims to reshape the Hungarian capital with a transformation of the city park. Sponsored by the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest and state-owned Városliget Zrt., the four competitions of Liget Budapest are open, international, two stage and free.

The four competitions are:
1. New shared building of the New National Gallery and the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art
2. New building of the Museum of Ethnography
3. New bulding complex of the Hungarian Museum of Architecture and the FotoMuzeum Budapest (formerly Hungarian Museum of Photography), consisting of two separate buildings
4. New building of the House of Hungarian Music

Registration opened in February and will continue until the submission deadline on May 27th, 2014. For more information, click here.


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