Published at: 2019-02-04 09:43 | Author: Antoni Bohdanowicz
Strong backing has helped the oil production giant break through the 96 meter mark to develop a new architectural landmark
Budapest has long protected its skyline jealously. As a city, the recognized UNESCO heritage site has made it impossible for new buildings to be taller than the House of Parliament and the St Stephens Basilica, both of which are 96 meters high. But this will change on the Pest side as the Hungarian petrol giant MOL is set to begin construction of its 120-meter tower in the XIIIth district. It’s to be the first building designed by Foster+Partners in the Hungarian capital.
In 2017, it was announ...

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