Published: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
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The design clearly exhibits the architect's skill with material exploration.
Located in the heart of Budapest, the New York Palace is unquestionably one of the most famous buildings in the city. The project involved the enlargement of the four-storey historic structure, which is literally "flanked" by a new seven-floor building, in order to house a five-star hotel.
Innovative lighting accentuates the ambiance in the lounge.
The focus of the brief was the interior design of the meeting and convention areas, which are located in both the historic building and the new wing, for a total extension of approximately 1900 square metres. Specifically, the work involved six meeting rooms, a large 500-seat auditorium, the VIP lounge and hotel breakfast room, the business area, and all spaces connected to these areas.
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