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A projekt az Európai Unió támogatásával, a Kohéziós Alap társfinanszírozásával valósul meg.


1 december 2014

After the decision of the international – Bosnian, Romanian and Austrian – pre-jury, Metro Line M4 was qualified into the finals and achieved fourth place at the competition event called “The Architectural Prize of the Media”. Concurrently, Szent Gellért tér station is running eighth in an on-going open international webpage vote, where the most beautiful metro stations are grouped.

The Architectural Prize of the Media is a competition for the most interesting architectural projects taking place in a year. Though the new metro line did not win a prize this year, it reached a noteworthy fourth place (previously, as a design, Fővám tér station had won the competition in 2005). The general designer of the metro line starting out as a metro of the tops was a consortium of FŐMTERV Zrt., PALATIUM Stúdió Kft. and UVATERV Zrt., and the architects included among others: Zoltán Erő, Balázs Csapó, Tamás Dévényi DLA, Péter Dajka, András Gelesz, Máté Antal, Dóra Brückner, Zsolt Kosztolányi, Péter István Varga DLó, Tibor Dékány, Sándor Finta Sándor, Ádám Hatvani and Orsolya Vadász.

Earlier on we reported that Fővám tér and Szent Gellért tér stations designed by Sporaarchitects won the global architectural prize Architizer A+ Awards in the metro stations category this year. Now, the popular international webpage, Bored Panda, opened a vote a few weeks ago to find out which is the most beautiful metro station at present. In this competition, Szent Gellért tér won ninth place among the top ten, and is now running eighth among stations such as Moscow’s Kievskaya, Stockholm’s Solna and Toledo in Naples.

BKV Zrt. DBR Metro Project Directorate