Sept. 15, 2016 – Today Central European University opens two state-of-the-art buildings in downtown Budapest, offering high-tech space for learning, teaching, research, and the exchange of ideas in line with the University’s commitment to open debate and community engagement. The two buildings, one of which retains its historic façade and interior elements, and both of which feature green technology, represent the completion of Phase I of a three-phase campus redevelopment project. Designed by award-winning Irish architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey and their Hungarian partner M-Teampannon, the general contractor is Market-Strabag. Both buildings are part of CEU’s campus along Nador utca (street) in Budapest’s downtown, within a UNESCO World Heritage Site buffer zone. Images of the new buildings are available here.
“The CEU Campus Redevelopment project is helping the University reach new heights, literally and figuratively,” said CEU President and Rector Michael Ignatieff. “The marriage of classic Hungarian elements with ultramodern, energy-efficient features is profoundly meaningful to us as an ambitious graduate education institution with deep Hungarian roots and a global reach, providing an innovative learning environment for the leaders of tomorrow.”
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