Napur Architect Designs a Bowed Building for the Ethnography Museum in Budapest

24 May of 2016 by

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Napur Architect has won the competition to design a new building for the Museum of Ethnography in Budapest. On a site bordering Ötvenhatosok Square and adjacent to City Park, the building is one part of the Liget Budapest Project, aimed at renewing the civic space of the area with renovations to existing structures, rejuvenation of green…

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