2018_National Athletics Centre Budapest

Official and construction plan

General planing:
NAPUR Architect Ltd.

 

Senior architects:
Ferencz Marcel
Détári György

Project management:
Fikó Viktor
Filó Gergely
Gorka Judit

Architects:
Nyul Dávid
Holyba Pál
Gazdag Zoltán
Koralevicz Kinga
Mészáros Mónika
Grótz Csaba
Vajda Julianna
Horváth Márk
Kakas Norman
Bodnár Viktor
Almási Krisztián
Szivák Béla
Poros Tamás
Nagy Zsuzsa

Render:
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The National Athletics Centre (Hungarian: Nemzeti Atlétikai Központ) is a proposed track and field stadium in Budapest, Hungary. It’s expected to host the 2023 World Athletics Championships. The new stadium will be built on the eastern bank of the Danube River on Budapest’s south side, with a capacity of 40,000 for the championships, which will be reduced to 15,000 for future events

 

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2018_National Athletics Centre Budapest

Official and construction plan

General planing:
NAPUR Architect Ltd.

 

Senior architects:
Ferencz Marcel
Détári György

Project management:
Fikó Viktor
Filó Gergely
Gorka Judit

Architects:
Nyul Dávid
Holyba Pál
Gazdag Zoltán
Koralevicz Kinga
Mészáros Mónika
Grótz Csaba
Vajda Julianna
Horváth Márk
Kakas Norman
Bodnár Viktor
Almási Krisztián
Szivák Béla
Poros Tamás
Nagy Zsuzsa

Render:
Axion Visual

 

The National Athletics Centre (Hungarian: Nemzeti Atlétikai Központ) is a proposed track and field stadium in Budapest, Hungary. It’s expected to host the 2023 World Athletics Championships. The new stadium will be built on the eastern bank of the Danube River on Budapest’s south side, with a capacity of 40,000 for the championships, which will be reduced to 15,000 for future events

 

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DRONE_01_vb

CAM_11

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CAM_09_RE mod

CAM_08_RE

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