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      Hungary's Szathmáry Palace Ruins Renovated With L-Shaped Corten Steel Lookout | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

    • Nicolás De Santiago

      Budapest architects MARP have replaced the missing corner of a ruined Renaissance palace with a Corten steel lookout point.

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      The reconstruction of the Szatmáry Palace by Marp in the City of Pécs, Hungary

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      Reconstruction of the Szatmáry Palace by MARP in Pecs, Hungary

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      Reconstruction of the Szatmáry Palace, Pecs, Hungary: MARP

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