A curve to link park and city. Budapest Ethnography Museum by Napur Architect

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Napur Architect LtD. Principal architect.- Marcel FERENCZ.
Design team
György Détári, Filó Gergely, Holyba Pál, Nyul Dávid, Grócz Csaba, Mészáros Mónika.
Interior design.- Czakó Építész Ltd.
Support structure.- Exon 2000 Ltd. Szántó László
Building engineering.- HVarC Ltd. Lucz Attila
Landscaping.- Garten Studio Ltd.
Városliget Zrt.
Benedek Gyorgyevics, the CEO of Városliget Zrt
Lajos Kemecsi, the director of the Museum of Ethnography
László Baán, the project’s ministerial commissioner.   
General Contractor
ZÁÉV Építőipari Zrt. and Magyar Építő Zrt.
Built area.- 33,000 m².
Site area.- 100,000 m².
Competition.- 2016.
Design year.- 2016-2018.
Completion year.- 2022.
Városliget, Budapest, Hungary.

Marcel Ferencz. NAPUR Architect

NAPUR Architect Ltd is a family multi-generational intellectual and professional architectural workshop founded by Ferencz István Habil in 1992. Since its inception, the company has been involved in architectural design and accumulated decades of experience as a lead designer in turnkey projects from concept to completion. Now the architecture firm is led by Ferencz Marcel Habil.

The firm has numerous outstanding architectural works, received many architectural awards, and is committed to architectural quality. Their mission is to execute the design of turnkey projects of unique, unrepeatable architectural appearance and function for both their domestic and foreign clients. The main profile of the company is the architectural and interior design of public buildings, sports venues, cultural facilities and sophisticated, bespoke residential villas of high quality.

Ferencz Marcel Habil. He is the author of the author of the Danube Arena, which received the FINA Silver Commemorative Medal and the Tierney Clark Award in 2017.
In 2016, the new Hungarian Ethnographic Museum won the 1st prize in an international design competition.
In 2017, he was awarded the 1st prize by the leading designer of the Budapest Athletics Stadium.
In 2018, the new Hungarian Ethnographic Museum, which he designed, won the “European Best Public Building” and “World’s Best Architecture” awards at the International Property Awards, and in 2019, the “Space / Strength” II. National Salon of Architecture - Audience Award.
In 2018, he won the first prize of the national design competition of the National Athletics Stadium, which has been under construction ever since.
In 2021, he won the design of the building in the national design competition for the central building of the Mathias Corvinus Collegium.



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