"A ribbon (from the ground), or a stylized flower (from the bird’s-eye view) shaped building is going to welcome passengers arriving by car or train from the western part of the country to Budapest. This was the motivation behind the design of Budapest One, bordered by the junction of M1-M7 and highway 7, the railway, and metro M4, to adjust to the surrounding transport axis."
Journalists from Index visited the building of Budapest One, designed by P-R&P and the multimodal transport hub in Kelenföld. In the article our chairman and CEO, Dr. Gergely Paulinyi talks about the creation of the building’s iconic configuration and the connection between shape and sustainability.
Read the article of Budapest One here. (available only in Hungarian)
Photo: András Dimény