In the New National Gallery and Ludwig Museum competition conducted in the framework of the Liget Budapest International Design Competition the jury has not found any entry suitable for ...
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Governmental commissioner, director, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
Executive Director, Pritzker Architecture Prize, architect
Director, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, architect
Professor, AA London School of Architecture, architect
President, Hungarian Academy of Arts, interior designer
Chief Architect of Budapest
Architecture critic, Financial Times, architect
Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at Tampere University of Technology 1992-2004, architect
Member of Conseil d'État (France), former director, Musée du Louvre, Paris
Chief Architect of the Hungarian State
President, Association of Hungarian Architects, architect
UIA Representative (alternate), architect
President, Budapest Chamber of Architects, architect
President, Gyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage Management, architect
Professor, Faculty of Architecture at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, architect
The Museum of Fine Arts Budapest and the Városliget Zrt. 100 % owned by the Hungarian State hereby announce an open, international, two-stage design competition for the design of museum buildings within the framework of the Liget Budapest Project on the territory of the City Park Budapest. By the construction of the new buildings, the complete renewal of the green area of the City Park, and the renovation of the institutions already present Liget Budapest will be one of Budapest’s leading, well-known tourist and cultural destinations and a unique family park recognised as such all over Europe.Read more
The Entrants meeting the requirements of the Competition Programme can register for the competition free, download the competition materials free, enter the competition and submit their entries also without charge.
The New National Gallery provides a comprehensive overview of European culture and the Central European and Hungarian national identities through outstanding European artefacts of the modern age and the richest collection of Hungarian fine art. The Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art houses the latest contemporary culture.Read more
The Museum of Ethnography is the museum of people and their communities. The Museum is one of the earliest ethnographic institutions of Europe operating since 1872 and it is a social museum proud of its collection of outstanding value, and is also open to the future and to renewal; its building will be designed in this spirit. The Museum of Ethnography is a place where all members of society return with pleasure – because it mirrors themselves and their roots.Read more
The Hungarian Museum of Architecture is the house of traditions and innovation. It is a research centre, exhibition venue and social forum with relevant programmes for the users and designers of the buildings, considering architecture a public matter and embracing its whole spectrum from the flat to the city. The FotoMuzeum Budapest is one of the most significant photographic collection, exhibition site and research centre of Central Europe. The exhibitions and programmes of the museum introduce world famous classical artists and also young pioneers and deal with the historical aspects of this art as much as with the analogue and digital technologies.Read more
The House of Hungarian Music is the latest musical centre in Budapest as well as an interactive experience centre presenting the world of sounds. It is focused on the experiential and interactive exhibition of the whole span of Hungarian music history with uniquely complex functions among the museums of Hungary; it is not only an exhibition centre, but also an institution offering wide-ranging experiences and performing educational functions.Read more
The Government of Hungary has committed itself to erecting new buildings for six important cultural institutions in Budapest as part of the Liget Budapest project. Fine art, architecture, ethnography, music and photography: these are the five areas the leading institutions of which will be accorded a place in the City Park, one of the oldest parks of Budapest, together with a number of other museums and public institutions that have been working here for more than a hundred years. The project will be implemented in parallel with the complete rehabilitation of the park.Read more