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Friday, February 21, 2020

Sou Fujimoto, House of Hungarian Music

In the bid for the House of Hungarian Music in Budapest, the process for which was anonymous, Sou Fujimoto’s entry was selected. Part of the new Liget Budapest museum park in the capital of Hungary, the Japanese architect’s design presents a circular undulating white roof perforated with a non-repetitive pattern that partly extends to the rest of the building. The museum program is distributed in three levels: under the roof, an intermediate diaphanous space with glazed enclosures blurring the limits between interior and green areas, and a basement level.
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