Osváth Dorottya


Art Nouveau meets the modern world – The final building planned by Albert Kőrössy Kálmán The renovation of the villa under 26 Benczúr Street was recently completed. The exterior designed by Albert Kálmán Kőrössy has remained an art nouveau villa, while the interior has become a modern space, equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Build as a residential building, it later became a language examination centre, and now houses a centre for education and innovation.
A place of secrets – A visit to the garden of the National Museum The Night of Artefacts was held this week in Budapest, Between 17–19 September. As part of the event, a walk entitled The Secrets of the Museum Garden was led by Béla Debreczeni-Droppán in the garden of the National Museum.
"No one prepared us for the breathtaking experience" - The Riding Hall in Buda Castle Reborn People have admired the Lovarda ('riding hall') in Buda Castle, recently completed within the framework of the National Hauszmann Program, from the outside. They have not been able to look around inside yet, only see the beautiful interiors in photos. Pestbuda editors had the opportunity to visit the building as part of a guided tour. Alajos Hauszmann designed the riding hall, which was completed in 1901. Hence it is no surprise that the guided tour was called Hauszmann's Horses on the website of the National Hauszmann Program.
Budapest, as never seen before – Church towers in the city centre opened as viewpoints A unique attraction has been opened in Budapest following the renovation of the towers of the Inner City Parish Church as lookouts. The towers offer a new view of the magnificent Budapest cityscape.