International Trade Center

The parcel now giving home to the International Trade Center in the delta of the most beautiful avenue of the city, Andrássy avenue, used to be the ugliest gap in Budapest after World War II. The design was conceived in a postmodern spirit, and it partially applied the formal world of the neighboring art nouveau and neo-classicist features. The bulk of the building was defined by the urban landscape characterized by the huge dome of St. Stephen's Cathedral to the south, and the delta of Andrássy avenue. The "quasi-courtyard" and the nearby small tower both given as a reply to this landscape could be interpreted as male and female symbols, which concept was also pointed out by the designer once.

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