Bank Centre | Budapest
The Szabadság Square where this building is built is the only so-called planned square of the downtown of Budapest, which was built almost at the same time (and designed almost by one architect). It was a challenge to design a building of present-day in the close vicinity of the heavily historicist National Bank and the former Stock Exchange Palace, which can provide aesthetic experience competing with the dignity of the mentioned neighbours.
The lobbies of each office floor are organized to be connected to the huge internal atrium which functions as an interior street open for public and providing retail restaurant and conference facilities.
The interior and exterior mood of the Bank Centre using granite, marble, glass and stainless steel can provide a standard and atmosphere for the tenant companies which they are accustomed anywhere in the world.
|Responsible Architect||Dr. József Finta DLA h.c.|
|Lead architect||Antal Fekete|
|Interior Architect||Anikó Z. Havas|
|Appointment:||1991 – 1994|