The bad news is that if you are planning to visit Etele Square, you’ll need to hurry up — it is only a temporary design. Etele Square will be renovated, along with the metro entrance, to make a comprehensive whole in the future. The current design, which serves its users extremely well, was carried out in such a way as to initialize an organic change in the district. The second phase of the design process focuses more on the long-term value of the space. Etele Square will still be Hungary’s biggest waiting hall, but it will also be able to host events and become a true central gathering point in Budapest. So as not to make the two designs too detached from each other, the designers at Ujirany / New Directions have decided to stick to the modular, carpet-like pavement in their second design. But instead of grassy meadows, we will be roaming between concrete seating and grove like tree plantations scattered around the square.
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It seems as if Hungarian commuters have nothing to complain about, right?
So if you’re planning to design an open space near a station of any kind, think about the poor commuters who sometimes have to wait a little bit longer than expected. Take notes and start designing, because who knows, maybe one day you’ll have to commute yourself.
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Project: Design of Etele Square – temporary and final design Location: Etele Square, Budapest, Hungary Design: Ujirany / New Directions Landscape Architects (Dominika Tihanyi, Gabor Szohr) 3D visualization: Zita Sarfanek Design year: 2013 Year of construction: 2013 Area: 7682 m2 Budget: 500 000 EUR Photos: Ujirany / New Directions, Tamás Bujnovszky Show on Google Maps
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