The House of Hungarian Music awarded again
Posted by Mia Balogh · Oct 5, 2020

Although it is not ready yet, the House of Hungarian Music has already won some prestigious awards – let us tell you shortly about the latest one.

‘Best Use Of Music In Property Development/Real Estate’ – that’s the name of the latest award won by The House of Hungarian Music. This award is a given at the most prestigious international competition of the music industry, the Music Cities Awards.

This year, the international jury selected the Hungarian House of Music together with two buildings in the United States for the final in the ‘Best Use Of Music In Property Development/Real Estate’ category, which was finally won by the Hungarian edifice.

The jury was impressed by the unique concept of the building. ‘It was very convincing how the musical content appears beneath the spectacular appearance of the house in a well-thought-out manner: the three functions of the building – museum, performance art, education – are also separated from each other in the space. With its unmatched design as well as architectural and technical solutions fostering sustainable development, the building will serve as a worthy venue to its visitors’ – said director of Music Cities Events Luke Jones.

Last year, the House of Hungarian Music was awarded as the world’s best public building and before that, also for the best public building in Europe, at the International Property Awards.

The building is almost ready: according to the plans, it can be visited by the end of 2021.

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